Utility and disutility values used in the cost-effectiveness model
i) Procedural fairness on the basis that NICE refused to disclose the cost-effectiveness model
that was used to determine the value of treatment in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease.
A cost-effectiveness model
can't put a value on a patient's ability to recognize the face of a loved one, for even a few additional months.
In generating their cost-effectiveness model
, Meltzer et al.
Endoscopic ablation with photodynamic therapy cost more than endoscopic surveillance, esophagectomy, or no preventative strategy, but it provided the most discounted quality adjusted life years (dQALYs) in a cost-effectiveness model
Before implementation of the vaccination program, a cost-effectiveness model
was developed that estimated the cost effectiveness of prevaccination testing for immunity to HBV infection among inmates.
Using a preliminary cost-effectiveness model
, we estimated that 10.
Their cost-effectiveness model
assessed three alternative interventions--intensive glycemic control, intensified hypertension control, and reduction in serum cholesterol--based on results from the U.
24) Other cost-effectiveness models
, all of which assumed a 39% to 45% reduction with vaginal progesterone, have come to similar conclusions.