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  1. To reduce the likelihood of complications in persons with type 2 diabetes, it is critical to control hyperglycaemia. Monotherapy with metformin or insulin secretagogues may fail to sustain control after an ini...

    Authors: Alexandra J Ward, Maribel Salas, J Jaime Caro and David Owens

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2004 2:2

    Content type: Research

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  2. Several studies carried out to establish the relative preference of cost-effectiveness of interventions and severity of disease as criteria for priority setting in health have shown a strong preference for sev...

    Authors: Lydia Kapiriri, Trude Arnesen and Ole Frithjof Norheim

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2004 2:1

    Content type: Research

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  3. Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) is potentially an important aid to public health decision-making but, with some notable exceptions, its use and impact at the level of individual countries is limited. A numbe...

    Authors: Raymond Hutubessy, Dan Chisholm and Tessa Tan-Torres Edejer

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:8

    Content type: Methodology

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  4. The therapeutic effects of zinc and copper in reducing diarrheal morbidity have important cost implications. This health services research study evaluated the cost of treating a child with acute diarrhea in th...

    Authors: Archana B Patel, Leena A Dhande and Manwar S Rawat

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:7

    Content type: Research

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  5. This article provides a description of the population model PopMod, which is designed to simulate the health and mortality experience of an arbitrary population subjected to two interacting disease conditions ...

    Authors: Jeremy A Lauer, Klaus Röhrich, Harald Wirth, Claude Charette, Steve Gribble and Christopher JL Murray

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:6

    Content type: Methodology

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  6. In an informal address to the 4th International Conference on Priorities in Health (Oslo, 23 September 2002), Professor Jeffrey Sachs – Chairperson of the WHO Commission on Macroeconomics and Health – maintain...

    Authors: Daniel Wikler

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:5

    Content type: Commentary

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  7. On any plausible account of the basis for health care resource prioritization, the benefits and costs of different alternative resource uses are relevant considerations in the prioritization process. Consequen...

    Authors: Dan W Brock

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:4

    Content type: Review

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  8. Information on the unit cost of inpatient and outpatient care is an essential element for costing, budgeting and economic-evaluation exercises. Many countries lack reliable estimates, however. WHO has recently...

    Authors: Taghreed Adam, David B Evans and Christopher JL Murray

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:3

    Content type: Methodology

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  9. Stroke is a major cause of death and long-term disability in Western societies and constitutes a major claim on health care budgets. Organising stroke care in a stroke service has recently been demonstrated to...

    Authors: Job van Exel, Marc A Koopmanschap, Jeroen DH van Wijngaarden and Wilma JM Scholte op Reimer

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:2

    Content type: Research

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  10. Estimating the costs of health interventions is important to policy-makers for a number of reasons including the fact that the results can be used as a component in the assessment and improvement of their heal...

    Authors: Benjamin Johns, Rob Baltussen and Raymond Hutubessy

    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2003 1:1

    Content type: Methodology

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