In this post, we explain the rerandomization procedure and provide an example to illustrate its benefits. This topic will be of interest primarily to those involved with RCTs, and those interested in a relatively new, advantageous, and intuitive method for randomizing units into treatment groups.
Medicare has undoubtedly helped millions of seniors and disabled adults receive health coverage since being signed into law in 1965. Today, Medicare covers 55 million beneficiaries across the US. In the coming decades though, Medicare (more…)