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Published by Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cost Control.,
  • Health Expenditures.,
  • Economics, Medical.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesOTA ; H-125
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14740774M

    Office of Technology Assessment. Abstract A report by the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) that analyzes the "feasibility, implications, and usefulness of cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis in health care decisionmaking" (p. 1. Introduction. New medical technologies are often argued to be a leading force behind the growth in health care spending. 1 In order to limit this growth, both public and private payers have increasingly demanded evidence on combined measures of the benefits and costs of new technologies. These measures include cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, and cost-benefit analysis, hereafter referred Cited by:

      The implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology. Background paper #1: Methodological issues and literature review. Washington, DC: Office of lèchnology Assessment, Cited by: These implications align with the recommendations of the Second Panel in cost-effectiveness analysis. The effect of medical expenditure on the prices of consumption As explained above, the Envelope theorem in economics show that the effect of medical expenditure on the utility of consumption can be ignored at the margin at it balances with the Author: Anirban Basu, Anirban Basu.

    (Background paper #4 of the Series on implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology) CU85 _____. A review of selected federal vaccine and immunization policies. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, September CU86 _____. Computer technology in medical education and : Clifford Goodman. This study presents the first cost-effectiveness analysis of multiple medical devices used to diagnose pre-eclampsia in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Methods Blood pressure and proteinuria measurement devices, identified from compendia for LMICs, were by: 2.


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It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts. This volume is a background paper for OTA’S assessment, The Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical assessment analyzes the feasibility, implications, and usefulness of applying cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis (CEA/CBA) in health care decisionmaking.

The major, policy-oriented report. Evaluating Costs an; Benefits in Health Care. INTRODUCTION. A substantial share of the health policy com- munity seems to perceive cost-effectiveness analysis/cost-benefit analysis (CEA/CBA) as a potentially significant aid in the attempt to re- duce health cost inflation and inefficient re- source allocation.

Office of Technology Assessment. The Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical Technology: Background Paper 2: Case Studies of Medical Technologies: Case Study 7: Allocating Costs and Benefits in Disease Prevention Programs: An Application to Cervical Cancer Screening, report, May ; [Washington D.C.].

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Why Use Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. The edition of Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries(Jamison and others ) was among the first efforts to guide choices about public health policies in developing countries by systematically combining information about effective interventions with information about their was motivated, in part, by a sense that developing Author: Katherine R Jones.

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In addition, the effects of in- complete adherence to the treatment regimen are examined. Get this from a library. The implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology: summary.

[United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.]. The Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical Technology; Background Paper #2: Case Studies of Medical Technologies; Case Study #9: The Artificial Heart: Cost, Risks, and Benefits  Lubeck, Deborah P. and Bunker, John P.

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Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance.].Additional Physical Format: Online version: Implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology.

Washington, D.C.: Congress of the United States. A major factor contributing to the spiralling costs of health care is the proliferation of new medical technology, defined as new drugs, procedures and devices. Between per cent of the increase in health care costs every year is attributed to newer developments in medical technology.

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