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Patient-Centered and Professional-Directed Implementation Strategies for Diabetes Guidelines: A Cluster-Randomized Trial-Based Cost-Effectiveness Analysis.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of mammography and clinical breast examination strategies: A comparison with current guidelines.
They study A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Adjuvant Chemoradiotherapy for Resected Gastric Cancer.
Second and related, the EPA is avoiding performing a proper cost-effectiveness analysis because of apparent weaknesses in the statutory requirements, including requirements in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995.
Cost-effectiveness analysis and weighted cost-effectiveness analysis can be used for comparing projects whose benefits are not readily measurable in monetary terms (Levin, 1983).
While the effects of DBD extend into both the financial and behavioral domains, we believe that a cost-effectiveness analysis may be of more interest to treatment providers and clinicians familiar with this population.
Cost-effectiveness analysis evaluates and compares both costs and effects of alternative therapies.
Cost-effectiveness analysis of cetuximab/irinotecan vs active/best supportive care for the treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer patients who have failed previous chemotherapy treatment N Starling, D Tilden, J White and D Cunningham British Journal of Cancer, 2007, 96, 206-212
Cost-effectiveness analysis has won growing acceptance as a tool to help policymakers allocate health resources more effectively.
The annual malfunction rate is a critical component in cost-effectiveness analysis.
To help address the controversy that still simmers over how, or whether, to assign a specific value to effects such as degraded human health, OIRA and several federal agencies asked a committee of the National Academies' Institute of Medicine (IOM) to weigh in with guidance on one type of cost-benefit analysis, called cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA), which can include calculations of the dollar value of human life and which was included in Circular A-4.
This article presents an overview of economic analysis methods that currently are applied to alcohol services research, such as cost analysis, cost-effectiveness analysis, and cost--benefit analysis, including cost-offset studies.