cost-effectiveness analysis

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cost-effectiveness analysis

Cost-utility analysis Clinical trials A form of economic analysis in which alternative interventions are compared in terms of the cost per unit of clinical effect–eg cost per life saved, per mm Hg of lowered BP, per yr of quality-adjusted life gained, etc Health care policy Analysis related to the effectiveness of therapies or interventions and their associated costs. Cf Cost-benefit analysis.
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Despite this evidence for both the clinical and cost effectiveness of these supplements they are neither subsidised under Australia's pharmaceutical benefits scheme nor exempt from the GST levy.
Balakrishnan said, "ePLAN offers the capability for each jurisdiction to develop its own cost benefit tests as recommended in the NSPM, giving the flexibility to include costs and benefits that they believe are applicable to them." Bala also stated, "ePLAN is a tool that not only works for planners and evaluators, but also computes cost effectiveness on the go as measures and projects are implemented within programs."
The topic was referred as missing when the word/phrase "economic evaluation or cost analysis, cost effectiveness analysis, cost utility analysis and cost benefit analysis" is not mentioned anywhere in the book.
In the cost effectiveness category, Skopje and Stip top their respective lists, whose top ten include Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Serbian and other cities.
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RAK FTZ was also rated third best overall for economic potential across the Middle East (second in the UAE); and the fifth best free zone in the Middle East for cost effectiveness. Over 115 free zones were evaluated in the annual free zone rankings and awards across six individual categories - best economic potential, best incentives, best facilities, best transportation links, best FDI promotion strategy and most cost-effective free zone.
PCI dramatically improves survival after a heart attack and compares favorably with drug therapy on both a comparative and cost effectiveness basis.
National and provincial estimated costs and cost effectiveness of a programme to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission in South Africa.
While overall efficacy and safety information are crucial for the approval and widespread use of a new drug, so is cost effectiveness, Dr.
They then turn to Europe for "high-quality" cost effectiveness studies with a randomized group.
Screening for postnatal depression in primary care: cost effectiveness analysis.

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