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Reporting the cost-effectiveness of interventions with nonsignificant effect differences: example from a trial of secondary prevention of coronary heart disease.

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OBJECTIVES: This study reports the cost-effectiveness of interventions with nonsignificant differences in effect, and considers reporting of cost-effectiveness in situations where nonsignificant differences arise in some but not all end points. METHODS: Data on costs and effects associated with three end points (adequate assessment, risk factors, and life-years) were derived from a trial of methods to promote secondary prevention of coronary heart disease. Incremental cost per life-year gain...

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10.1017/s0266462303000412

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Primary Care Health Sciences
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Journal:
International journal of technology assessment in health care
Volume:
19
Issue:
3
Pages:
476-489
Publication date:
2003
DOI:
EISSN:
1471-6348
ISSN:
0266-4623
URN:
uuid:ff412c67-9637-4a4c-84e2-8a5eab04cfb2
Source identifiers:
110964
Local pid:
pubs:110964

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