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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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We searched Google Scholar and PubMed using the terms economic evaluation, cost analysis, cost of services, cost effectiveness analysis, cost utility analysis and cost benefit analysis with term Pakistan.
These are Methods for the economic evaluation of healthcare programmes,21 Cost effectiveness of health and medicine22 and Economic evaluation in healthcare:merging theory with practice.9 In addition, we find online resources on cost effectiveness analysis in health care on the web portal of International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcome research (ISPOR).23 Based on our review of these resources in the following section we provide nature, scope and types of economic evaluation used in healthcare.
Cost effectiveness analysis refers to the analysis in which costs are compared with the outcomes measured in natural units, such as "lowered levels of blood pressure", "ability to accurately diagnosis symptom" and "symptom-free days", or some types of functional and emotional ability scale etc (Box 1 in the Figure).
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