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  1. The Government of Ghana has been implementing various health sector reforms (e.g. user fees in public health facilities, decentralization, sector-wide approaches to donor coordination) in a bid to improve effi...

    Authors: Daniel Osei, Selassi d'Almeida, Melvill O George, Joses M Kirigia, Ayayi Omar Mensah and Lenity H Kainyu
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:9
  2. The use of neonatal screening for cystic fibrosis is widely debated in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, but the evidence available to inform policy is limited. This paper explores the cost-effectiveness of ad...

    Authors: Neil Simpson, Rob Anderson, Franco Sassi, Alexandra Pitman, Peter Lewis, Karen Tu and Heather Lannin
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:8
  3. From a health care provider prospective, to assess the cost-effectiveness of four Antiretroviral therapy (ART) regimens given in addition to voluntary counselling and testing (VCT) for preventing mother-to-chi...

    Authors: Yot Teerawattananon, Theo Vos, Viroj Tangcharoensathien and Miranda Mugford
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:7
  4. Identifying new approaches to tuberculosis treatment that are effective and put less demand to meagre health resources is important. One such approach is community based direct observed treatment (DOT). The pu...

    Authors: Eliud Wandwalo, Bjarne Robberstad and Odd Morkve
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:6
  5. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common disorder that is associated with broad functional impairment among both children and adults. The purpose of this paper is to review and summarize ava...

    Authors: Louis S Matza, Clark Paramore and Manishi Prasad
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:5
  6. For patients with mild hepatitis A virus (HAV) infection, this study compared estimates of total costs associated with managing cases under a policy of mandatory hospitalization in the Republic of Kazakhstan a...

    Authors: Abdiaziz S Yassin, Michael Favorov, Edmond Maes, Ramses Sadek, Aliya Jumagulova, Victor Merker, Tatiana Surdina and Terence Chorba
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:4
  7. Hypertension is among the most common chronic condition in middle-aged and older adults. Approximately 50 million Americans are currently diagnosed with this condition, and more than $18.7 billion is spent on ...

    Authors: G John Chen, Luigi Ferrucci, William P Moran and Marco Pahor
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2005 3:2
  8. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a chronic incapacitating illness that affects between 400,000 and 800,000 Americans. Despite the disabling nature of this illness, scant research has addressed the economic im...

    Authors: Kenneth J Reynolds, Suzanne D Vernon, Ellen Bouchery and William C Reeves
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2004 2:4
  9. Health organizations the world over are required to set priorities and allocate resources within the constraint of limited funding. However, decision makers may not be well equipped to make explicit rationing ...

    Authors: Craig Mitton and Cam Donaldson
    Citation: Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation 2004 2:3
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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

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