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Using Cost-Effectiveness Analysis to Improve Health Care

Opportunities and Barriers

by Peter J. Neumann

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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ISBN 100195171861
ISBN 109780195171860

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From the Back Cover. The Bestselling Reference, Updated with the Latest Tools, Data, and Techniques. Now in its third edition, the revised and updated Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health: A Practical Approach offers a comprehensive resource for evaluating the interventions and programs that are designed to improve health/5(5). Alan M. Garber, Mark J. Sculpher, in Handbook of Health Economics, Abstract. Cost-effectiveness analysis is versatile and used widely to assist in health care decision making. This chapter discusses how cost-effectiveness analysis is used at the system or national level, particularly in the domain of coverage and payment policy.

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Although the book has a lot of good, dispassionate scholarship, it also contains analysis and editorial comment, spread throughout.

For the US based Neumann, cost effectiveness analysis is a way “to bring a structure and order and scientific reasoning to Cited by: 1. As health costs in the U.S. soar past $ trillion, much evidence indicates that the nation does not get good value for its money.

It is widely agreed that we could do better by using cost-effective analysis (CEA) to help determine which health care services are most by: It is widely agreed that cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) could shed light on ways for the U.S. health care system to achieve better value.

However, to date American policy makers have largely avoided using CEA and researchers have devoted little attention to understanding why this is so. By considering the economic, social, legal, and ethical factors that contribute to the situation, and how.

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Author: Organización Mundial de la Salud,World Health Organization,T. Adam,C. Murray; Publisher: World Health Organization ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» "The Guide, in Part I, begins with a brief description of generalized CEA and how it relates to the two questions raised above.

Using cost‐effectiveness analysis to improve health care: opportunities and barriers, by PETER J. University Press, Oxford, No. of pages: Author: Andrea Manca. Although the book has a lot of good, dispassionate scholarship, it also contains analysis and editorial comment, spread throughout.

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[Peter J Neumann] -- "This book traces the roots of CEA in health and medicine, describes its promise for rational resource allocation, and discusses the nature of the opposition to it, using Medicare and the Oregon.

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soar past $ trillion, much evidence indicates that the nation does not get good value for its money. Get this from a library. Using cost-effectiveness analysis to improve health care: opportunities and barriers. [Peter J Neumann] -- Much evidence suggests that the US does not achieve good value for its health care spending.

This book provides a unique perspective on this problem by considering the economic, social, political. This book focuses on the challenges and potential associated with the use of cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) in health care.

The first chapter gives an introduction. Chapter 2 provides a brief history of CEA in the USA. It discusses the roots of CEA in health and medicine, its promise for rational resource allocation, and its promotion to the medical : P.

Neumann. This articles serves as a guide to using cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) to address health equity concerns. We first introduce the "equity impact plane," a tool for considering trade-offs between improving total health—the objective underpinning conventional CEA—and equity objectives, such as reducing social inequality in health or prioritizing the severely by: Cost-effectiveness analysis was conducted following standard protocols [26], calculating the average cost-effectiveness ratio (CER) for each policy scenario relative to the base case, and then.

In Using Cost-effectiveness Analysis to Improve Health Care, Peter J. Neumann, an associate professor in Harvard's Center for Risk Analysis and School of Public Health, takes stock of the field and examines the failure of cost-effectiveness analysis to gain wider acceptance as a formal decision-making tool.

Offers actionable advice for conducting analyses to improve the allocation of health resources An ideal reference for economists, policy analysts, hospital executives, and students across health, business, and humanities disciplines; New to this Edition: An in-depth review of the past 20 years of cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) and its use.

The third volume in the Handbooks in Health Economic Evaluation series, this book provides the reader with a comprehensive set of instructions and examples of how to perform an economic evaluation of a health intervention.

It focuses solely on cost-effectiveness analysis in health care. The book is developed out of the Advanced Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis course taught at the.

It focuses solely on cost-effectiveness analysis in health care. The book is developed out of the Advanced Methods in Economic Evaluation course taught at the University of Oxford, and the four main sections mirror the four principal components of the course: Outcomes, Costs, Modelling using decision trees and Markov models, and Presenting cost Price: $  In a climate of economic uncertainty, cost effectiveness analysis is a potentially important tool for making choices about health care interventions.

Methods for such analyses are well established, but the results need to be interpreted carefully and are subject to bias. Making decisions based on results of cost-effectiveness analyses can involve setting thresholds, but for individual patients Cited by: