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Making choices in health, WHO guide to cost-effectiveness analysis, edited by T. Tan-Torres Edejer ... [et al.]

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Making choices in health, WHO guide to cost-effectiveness analysis, edited by T. Tan-Torres Edejer ... [et al.]
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Making choices in health
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionariesbibliography
Oclc number
171583441
Responsibility statement
edited by T. Tan-Torres Edejer ... [et al.]
Sub title
WHO guide to cost-effectiveness analysis
Summary
Several guidelines on cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) already exist. There are two reasons for producing another set. The first is that traditional or ''incremental'' CEA ignores the question of whether the current mix of interventions represents an efficient use of resources. Secondly, the resources required to evaluate the large number of interventions required to use CEA to identify opportunities to enhance efficiency are prohibitive. The approach of Generalized CEA proposed in this Guide seeks to provide analysts with a method of assessing whether the current as well as proposed mix of i
Table Of Contents
""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""List of Acronyms and Abbreviations""; ""PART ONE: METHODS FOR GENERALIZED COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS""; ""1. What is Generalized Cost-Effectiveness Analysis?""; ""2. Undertaking a study using GCEA""; ""3. Estimating costs""; ""4. Estimating health effects""; ""5. Discounting""; ""6. Uncertainty in cost-effectiveness analysis""; ""7. Policy uses of Generalized CEA""; ""8. Reporting CEA results""; ""9. Summary of recommendations""; ""References""; ""Annex A. WHO-CHOICE activities on Generalized Cost-Effectiveness Analysis""""Annex B. Draft list of intervention clusters for evaluation by WHO-CHOICE""""Annex C. An illustration of the types of costs included in a selection of intervention activities at central levels""; ""Annex D. Interpreting international dollars""; ""Annex E. DALYs to measure burden of disease""; ""Annex F. Measuring intervention benefit at the population level""; ""Annex G. Epidemiological subregions as applied in WHO Generalized CEA""; ""Endnotes""; ""PART TWO: BACKGROUND PAPERS AND APPLICATIONS""; ""1. Development of WHO guidelines on generalized cost-effectiveness analysis""""2. PopMod: A longitudinal population model with two interacting disease states""""3. Programme costs in the economic evaluation of health interventions""; ""4. Econometric estimation of country-specific hospital costs""; ""5. Stochastic league tables: communicating cost-effectiveness results to decision-makers""; ""6. Uncertainty in cost-effectiveness analysis: probabilistic uncertainty analysis and stochastic league tables""""7. Effectiveness and costs of interventions to lower systolic blood pressure and cholesterol: a global and regional analysis on reduction of cardiovascular-disease risk""""8. Generalized cost-effectiveness analysis: an aid to decision making in health""; ""9. Ethical issues in the use of cost effectiveness analysis for the prioritization of health care resources""; ""Index""; ""A""; ""C""; ""D""; ""E""; ""G""; ""H""; ""I""; ""N""; ""P""; ""Q""; ""R""; ""S""; ""T""; ""U""; ""W""
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