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  1. Development of new peer or lay health-related lifestyle advisor (HRLA) roles is one response to the need to enhance public engagement in, and improve cost-effectiveness of, health improvement interventions. Th...

    Authors: Mark Pennington, Shelina Visram, Cam Donaldson, Martin White, Monique Lhussier, Katherine Deane, Natalie Forster and Susan M Carr
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:30
  2. Cost of illness studies are needed to provide estimates for input into cost-effectiveness studies and as information drivers to resource allocation. However, these studies often do not differentiate costs asso...

    Authors: Annie N Simpson, Heather S Bonilha, Abby S Kazley, James S Zoller and Charles Ellis
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:29
  3. The cost of behavior change communication (BCC) interventions has not been rigorously studied in Bangladesh. This study was conducted to assess the implementation costs of a BCC intervention in a maternal, neo...

    Authors: Bidhan Krishna Sarker, Sayem Ahmed, Noushin Islam and Jahangir AM Khan
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:28
  4. Despite growing interest in use of lipid nutrient supplements for preventing child malnutrition and morbidity, there is inconclusive evidence on the effectiveness, and no evidence on the cost-effectiveness of ...

    Authors: Chloe Puett, Cécile Salpéteur, Elisabeth Lacroix, Freddy Houngbé, Myriam Aït-Aïssa and Anne-Dominique Israël
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:27
  5. South Africa, the country with the largest HIV epidemic worldwide, has been scaling up treatment since 2003 and is rapidly expanding its eligibility criteria. The HIV treatment programme has achieved significa...

    Authors: Rob Baltussen, Evelinn Mikkelsen, Noor Tromp, AnneKarin Hurtig, Jens Byskov, Øystein Olsen, Kristine Bærøe, Jan A Hontelez, Jerome Singh and Ole F Norheim
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:26
  6. Chronic hepatitis C affects approximately 170 million people worldwide, and thus being one of the main causes of chronic liver disease. About 20% of patients with chronic hepatitis C will develop cirrhosis ove...

    Authors: Fabio MR Barros, Hugo Cheinquer, Carolina T Tsuchiya and Eduardo AV Santos
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:25
  7. To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of growth hormone (GH) treatment (Genotropin®) compared with no GH treatment in adults with GH deficiency in a Swedish societal setting.

    Authors: Kristian Bolin, Rickard Sandin, Maria Koltowska-Häggström, Jane Loftus, Christin Prütz and Björn Jonsson
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:24
  8. In economic evaluation, cost per quality-adjusted life year (QALY) is generally used as an indicator for cost-effectiveness. Although JPY 5 million to 6 million (USD 60, 000 to 75,000) per QALY is frequently r...

    Authors: Takeru Shiroiwa, Ataru Igarashi, Takashi Fukuda and Shunya Ikeda
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:22
  9. A recently developed 10-valent pneumococcal non-typeable H influenzae protein D-conjugate vaccine (PHiD-CV) is expected to afford protection against more than two thirds of isolates causing IPD in children in Lat...

    Authors: Sebastián García Martí, Lisandro Colantonio, Ariel Bardach, Julieta Galante, Analía Lopez, Joaquín Caporale, Gerhart Knerer, Jorge Alberto Gomez, Federico Augustovski and Andrés Pichon-Riviere
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:21
  10. As care and antiretroviral treatment (ART) for people living with HIV/AIDS become widely available, the number of people accessing these resources also increases. Despite this exceptional progress, the estimat...

    Authors: Mariana Posse and Rob Baltussen
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:20
  11. Clinical trials have indicated that lifestyle interventions for patients with lifestyle-related cardiovascular and diabetes risk factors (the metabolic syndrome) are cost-effective. However, patient characteri...

    Authors: Inna Feldman, Lennart Hellström and Pia Johansson
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:19
  12. Chemotherapy-induced anaemia is a common and significant complication of chemotherapy treatment. Blood transfusion and administration of Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents (ESAs) either alone or in combination ...

    Authors: Eleftheria Nikolaidi, Magdalini Hatzikou and Mary Geitona
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:16
  13. Knowledge about the prices of medicines used in hospitals, particularly the actually achieved ones, is scant. There are indications of large discounts and the provision of medicines cost-free to Austrian hospi...

    Authors: Sabine Vogler, Nina Zimmermann, Claudia Habl and Jan Mazag
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:15
  14. This paper examines the cost of quality improvements in Population Services International (PSI) Myanmar’s social franchise operations from 2007 to 2009.

    Authors: David Bishai, Amnesty LeFevre, Marc Theuss, Matt Boxshall, John D Hetherington, Min Zaw and Dominic Montagu
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:14
  15. COPD is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). To determine the clinical factors associated with the cost of COPD management, we analyzed the relationship b...

    Authors: Kyle Darnell, Alok Kumar Dwivedi, Zhouyang Weng and Ralph J Panos
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:13
  16. Non-adherence to anti-psychotics is common, expensive and affects recovery. We therefore examine the cost-effectiveness of adherence therapy for people with schizophrenia by multi-centre randomised trial in Am...

    Authors: Anita Patel, Paul McCrone, Morven Leese, Francesco Amaddeo, Michele Tansella, Reinhold Kilian, Matthias Angermeyer, Martijn Kikkert, Aart Schene and Martin Knapp
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:12
  17. As fiscal constraints dominate health policy discussions across Canada and globally, priority-setting exercises are becoming more common to guide the difficult choices that must be made. In this context, it be...

    Authors: Francois Dionne, Craig Mitton, Tanya MacDonald, Carol Miller and Michael Brennan
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:11
  18. Recent analyses show that donor funding for child health is increasing, but little information is available on actual costs to deliver child health care services. Understanding how unit costs scale with servic...

    Authors: Benjamin Johns, Spy Munthali, Damian G Walker, Winford Masanjala and David Bishai
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:10
  19. A challenge to effective protection against tuberculosis is to sustain expensive and complex treatment public programs. Potential consequences of program failure include acquired drug resistance, poor patient ...

    Authors: Thaddeus L Miller, Andra Cirule, Fernando A Wilson, Timothy H Holtz, Vija Riekstina, Kevin P Cain, Patrick K Moonan and Vaira Leimane
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:9
  20. Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by excessive anxiety and worry about several events and activities. The estimated 1-year prevalence for adults is around 2% and the lifetime prevalence could reach...

    Authors: Luís Silva Miguel, Nuno Silva Miguel and Mónica Inês
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:8
  21. To investigate the cost effectiveness of management of patients within the context of a multidisciplinary team (MDT) meeting in cancer and non-cancer teams in secondary care.

    Authors: K Melissa Ke, Jane M Blazeby, Sean Strong, Fran E Carroll, Andy R Ness and William Hollingworth
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:7
  22. Economic evaluations of health interventions pose a particular challenge for reporting. There is also a need to consolidate and update existing guidelines and promote their use in a user friendly manner. The C...

    Authors: Don Husereau, Michael Drummond, Stavros Petrou, Chris Carswell, David Moher, Dan Greenberg, Federico Augustovski, Andrew H Briggs, Josephine Mauskopf and Elizabeth Loder
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:6
  23. Musculoskeletal disorders impose a substantial economic burden on American society, but few studies have examined the economic benefits associated with treating such disorders. The purpose of this research is ...

    Authors: Timothy M Dall, Paul Gallo, Lane Koenig, Qian Gu and David Ruiz
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:5
  24. The increasing prevalence of psychological health problems among adolescent girls is alarming. Knowledge of beneficial effects of physical activity on psychological health is widespread. Dance is a popular for...

    Authors: Anna Philipsson, Anna Duberg, Margareta Möller and Lars Hagberg
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:4
  25. Rapid changes in lifestyle have led to a global obesity epidemic. Understanding the economic burden associated with the obesity epidemic is essential to decision making of cost-effective interventions. This st...

    Authors: Bach Xuan Tran, Amrita V Nair, Stefan Kuhle, Arto Ohinmaa and Paul J Veugelers
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:3
  26. Many drugs are available for control of hypertension and its sequels in Nigeria but some are not affordable for majority of the populace. This serious pharmacoeconomic question has to be answered by the nation...

    Authors: Obinna Ikechukwu Ekwunife, Charles E Okafor, Charles C Ezenduka and Patrick O Udeogaranya
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2013 11:2
  27. Counseling in combination with pedometer use has proven to be effective in increasing physical activity and improving health outcomes. We investigated the cost-effectiveness of this intervention targeted at on...

    Authors: Eelco AB Over, GC Wanda Wendel-Vos, Matthijs van den Berg, Heleen H Hamberg-van Reenen, Luqman Tariq, Rudolf T Hoogenveen and Pieter HM van Baal
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:13
  28. In resource-limited settings, HIV budgets are flattening or decreasing. A policy of discontinuing antiretroviral therapy (ART) after HIV treatment failure was modeled to highlight trade-offs among competing po...

    Authors: April D Kimmel, Stephen C Resch, Xavier Anglaret, Norman Daniels, Sue J Goldie, Christine Danel, Angela Y Wong, Kenneth A Freedberg and Milton C Weinstein
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:12
  29. Allocating national resources to regions based on need is a key policy issue in most health systems. Many systems utilise proxy measures of need as the basis for allocation formulae. Increasingly these are und...

    Authors: Tim Ensor, Hafidz Firdaus, David Dunlop, Alex Manu, Ali Ghufron Mukti, Diah ayu Puspandari, Franz von Roenne, Stephanus Indradjaya, Untung Suseno and Patrick Vaughan
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:11
  30. Although annual influenza vaccination could decrease the significant economic and humanistic burden of influenza in the United States, immunization rates are below recommended levels, and concerns remain wheth...

    Authors: Ian G Duncan, Michael S Taitel, Junjie Zhang and Heather S Kirkham
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:10
  31. Resource allocation is a challenging issue faced by health policy decisionmakers requiring careful consideration of many factors. Objectives of this study were to identify decision criteria and their frequency...

    Authors: Lalla Aïda Guindo, Monika Wagner, Rob Baltussen, Donna Rindress, Janine van Til, Paul Kind and Mireille M Goetghebeur
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:9
  32. In assessing the cost-effectiveness of an intervention, the interpretation and handling of uncertainties of the traditional summary measure, the Incremental Cost Effectiveness Ratio (ICER), can be problematic....

    Authors: Sennen Hounton and David Newlands
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:8
  33. Guidance from the Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) on cost estimation in cost–benefit assessments in Germany acknowledges the need for standardization of costing methodology. The obj...

    Authors: Monika Scheuringer, Narine Sahakyan, Karl J Krobot and Volker Ulrich
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:7
  34. The World Health Organization recommends that national malaria programmes universally distribute long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets (LLINs). LLINs provide effective insecticide protection for at least t...

    Authors: Anni-Maria Pulkki-Brännström, Claudia Wolff, Niklas Brännström and Jolene Skordis-Worrall
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:5
  35. This study estimated the cost effectiveness of community-based therapeutic care (CTC) for children with severe acute malnutrition (SAM) in Sidama Zone, Ethiopia compared to facility based therapeutic feeding c...

    Authors: Asayehegn Tekeste, Mekitie Wondafrash, Girma Azene and Kebede Deribe
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:4
  36. Behavioral interventions typically focus on objective behavioral endpoints like weight loss and smoking cessation. In reality, though, achieving full behavior change is a complex process in which several steps...

    Authors: Rilana Prenger, Louise M Braakman-Jansen, Marcel E Pieterse, Job van der Palen and Erwin R Seydel
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:3
  37. Systematic and transparent approaches to priority setting are needed, particularly in low-resource settings, to produce decisions that are sound and acceptable to stakeholders. The EVIDEM framework brings toge...

    Authors: Jacqui Miot, Monika Wagner, Hanane Khoury, Donna Rindress and Mireille M Goetghebeur
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:2
  38. Decision makers in many jurisdictions use cost-effectiveness estimates as an aid for selecting interventions with an appropriate balance between health benefits and costs. This systematic literature review aim...

    Authors: Evelina A Zimovetz, Sorrel E Wolowacz, Peter M Classi and Julie Birt
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2012 10:1
  39. Adherence to antiretroviral medication regimens is essential to good clinical outcomes for HIV-infected patients. Little is known about the costs of case management (CM) designed to improve adherence for patie...

    Authors: Elliot A Marseille, Sebastian Kevany, Ismael Ahmed, Getachew Feleke, Bill Graham, Thomas Heller, James G Kahn and Michael Reyes
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2011 9:18
  40. Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2D) poses a large worldwide burden for health care systems. One possible tool to decrease this burden is primary prevention. As it is unethical to wait until perfect data are availab...

    Authors: Anne Neumann, Peter Schwarz and Lars Lindholm
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2011 9:17
  41. Compared to conventional human basal insulin (neutral protamine Hagedorn; NPH) the long-acting analogue insulin glargine (GLA) is associated with a number of advantages regarding metabolic control, hypoglycaem...

    Authors: Ernst-Günther Hagenmeyer, Katharina C Koltermann, Franz-Werner Dippel and Peter K Schädlich
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2011 9:15
  42. Diabetes mellitus brings an increased risk for cardiovascular complications and patients profit from prevention. This prevention also suits the general population. The question arises what is a better strategy...

    Authors: Talitha L Feenstra, Pieter M van Baal, Monique AM Jacobs-van der Bruggen, Rudolf T Hoogenveen, Geert-Jan Kommer and Caroline A Baan
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2011 9:14
  43. Our objective was to determine the cost-effectiveness of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) technology with intensive insulin therapy compared to self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG) in adults with type 1 ...

    Authors: R Brett McQueen, Samuel L Ellis, Jonathan D Campbell, Kavita V Nair and Patrick W Sullivan
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2011 9:13

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