Yes, I think such questions can be on topic. If you look at What topics can I ask about here, you'll see this (emphasis is mine):
If your question is about...
- clinical guidelines
- disease prevention and management
- human physiology and pathophysiology
- diagnostic and prognostic methods
- public health
- medical research
... then this is the right place to ask.
Although that list doesn't specifically include health technology and economic issues, I think those fall under the broad headings I've bolded. For example, if multiple treatments are available for a disease, and they vary significantly in cost, then knowing their cost effectiveness would certainly be germane to making a decision on which will be approved. And if it's the entity that makes those decisions in your country, then clearly it's a public health issue and therefore on topic here.
I did get the sense that you thought such analyses were possibly useless because they only apply to a specific treatment pathway, but I think the first answer you got on your question addresses that.
But as I commented on your question, it does need to show a little prior research. I would think you're actually in a better position to judge what that would entail than we are. Who reads the reports you create, for example?