XLOSX-Linked Opitz Syndrome
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For every dollar spent on the family intervention, $2.12 in XLOS costs would be averted.
The total costs of this strategy include three components: (1) the costs of XLOS for children who do not achieve out-of-hospital placement because the supply of placements, a function of the elasticity of supply, is not TABULAR DATA OMITTED TABULAR DATA OMITTED sufficient to meet the total need; (2) the irreducible costs of XLOS that are associated with bureaucratic processing nd interviewing; and (3) payments to providers of beds (the costs of placement).
It is unrealistic to assume, however, that XLOS can be eliminated entirely, even if there is a sufficient supply of beds.