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Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies

Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies for hearing loss. Liu CF(1), Collins MP, Souza PE, Yueh B. Author information: (1)Center of Excellence for Health Services Research and Development, Department of Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, WA 98101, USA. [email protected]

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Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies

We compared the cost-effectiveness of three screening strategies (tone-emitti Routine hearing screening can identify patients who are motivated to seek out and adhere to treatment, but little information exists on the cost-effectiveness of hearing screening

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Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies for ...

2011-3-15  Information on the cost-effectiveness of hearing loss screening provides critical information for administrators and policy makers deciding to adopt a new screening strategy. No previous research has assessed costs or cost-effectiveness of hearing loss screening strategies. In this article, we assess the effect of the SAI-WHAT study screening strategies on utilization and costs of audiology care. We also examine the long-term cost-effectiveness of each of the SAI-WHAT study screening strategies.

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Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies

2017-5-25  In summary, this study examined long-term cost-effectiveness of three hearing loss screening strategies among older veterans: tone-emitting otoscope, hearing handicap questionnaire, and a combination of both.

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Long-term cost-effectiveness of screening strategies

We compared the cost-effectiveness of three screening strategies (tone-emitting otoscope, hearing handicap questionnaire, and both together) against no screening (control group) in 2,251 older veterans. The effectiveness measure for each group was the proportion of hearing aid use 1 year after screening.

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Long-term effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ...

HCV screening seems to be cost-effective in populations with high HCV prevalence, but not in low HCV prevalence populations. Conclusions: HCV screening and early treatment have the potential to improve average life-expectancy, but should focus on populations with elevated HCV prevalence to be cost-effective. Further research on the long-term health-economic impact of HCV screening when combined with appropriate monitoring strategies

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of screening strategies for ...

For a 60% coverage level of screening, cervical cancer reduction would be 49.2% for a 3-year periodicity. The reduction would be 40.3% and 33.1% for 5 and 10 years periodicity respectively. Considering cost-effectiveness, 10-year screening gave the lowest annual cost to avoid 1 cervical cancer case

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Cost-effectiveness of different strategies for screening ...

effectiveness of different strategies for screening and treating strongyloidiasis in people migrating from endemic countries to Europe. What are the new findings? Presumptively treating immunosuppressed migrants from endemic areas, without screening or testing, was a cost-saving strategy compared with the cur-rent base-case scenario.

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Cost-effectiveness of five screening strategies for ...

598 Le Bras et al. Table 1 Description of 2016 data from French Biomedicine Agency (ABM) used to produce virtual cohort for cost-effectiveness analysis of five prenatal screening strategies* Data n or n (%) Source Women tested by maternal serum screening 652653 ABM (pers. comm., 2018) Risk from maternal serum screening ≥1/1000 89536 (13.

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of programmatic screening ...

2018-3-24  A deterministic TB transmission model, including both population-based and cohort-based analyses was used to determine the cost-effectiveness of different LTBI screening and treatment strategies for a wide range of risk groups. Country-specific estimates of unit costs were used in the cost-effectiveness analysis.

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Cost-effectiveness of the children's oncology group

2014-5-20  The consensus-based Children's Oncology Group (COG) Long-Term Follow-up Guidelines recommend lifetime echocardiographic screening for ALVD. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of the COG guidelines and to identify more cost-effective screening strategies. DESIGN: Simulation of life histories using Markov health states.

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of screening strategies for ...

For a 60% coverage level of screening, cervical cancer reduction would be 49.2% for a 3-year periodicity. The reduction would be 40.3% and 33.1% for 5 and 10 years periodicity respectively. Considering cost-effectiveness, 10-year screening gave the lowest annual cost to avoid 1 cervical cancer case

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Cost-effectiveness of Screening Strategies for

Preferred screening strategies are in the upper left, maximizing the percentage of cases identified and minimizing the total costs per case. In contrast, least preferred screening strategies are in the bottom right. On the basis of these criteria, the 2-hour OGTT was

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Cost-effectiveness of five screening strategies for ...

598 Le Bras et al. Table 1 Description of 2016 data from French Biomedicine Agency (ABM) used to produce virtual cohort for cost-effectiveness analysis of five prenatal screening strategies* Data n or n (%) Source Women tested by maternal serum screening 652653 ABM (pers. comm., 2018) Risk from maternal serum screening ≥1/1000 89536 (13.

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Cost-effectiveness of prenatal screening strategies for ...

ing the use of first-trimester screening with nuchal translucency (NT) 17 , 18 , and, more recently, the use of three-dimensional(3D)orfour-dimensional(4D)imaging

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of programmatic screening ...

2018-3-24  Cost-effectiveness analysis of programmatic screening strategies for LTBI in the EU/EEA TECHNICAL. REPORT . iv Table 5. Prices per item and the quantity provided under the different activities of tuberculosis control for the

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Cost-effectiveness of strategies to increase screening ...

2017-2-14  The aim of the study is to carry out a cost-effectiveness analysis of three different interventions to promote the uptake of screening for cervical cancer in general practice in the county of Valles Occidental, Barcelona, Spain. Women aged from 30 to 70 years (n = 15,965) were asked to attend a general practice to be screened. They were randomly allocated to one of four groups: no intervention ...

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Cost-effectiveness of different strategies for screening ...

effectiveness of different strategies for screening and treating strongyloidiasis in people migrating from endemic countries to Europe. What are the new findings? Presumptively treating immunosuppressed migrants from endemic areas, without screening or testing, was a cost-saving strategy compared with the cur-rent base-case scenario.

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Cost-effectiveness of contact screening strategies for ...

2018-5-1  METHOD: The costs of post-TB outbreak screening strategies were calculated using a mixed (top-down and bottom-up) cost analysis method and expressed in 2015 US dollars. Cost-effectiveness was evaluated using a decision analysis model from the health system perspective, comparing cumulative health care costs and the total number of TB cases averted.

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of alternative screening

2015-2-15  Our CEA model compared the cost-effectiveness of three different screening strategies for diagnosis and treatment of FH in the US. Based on model parameters derived from peer-reviewed literature and publically available reports, the results demonstrated the cost-effectiveness of adding a statin adherence program to a lipid cascade screening ...

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Cost-effectiveness analysis of screening strategies for ...

For a 60% coverage level of screening, cervical cancer reduction would be 49.2% for a 3-year periodicity. The reduction would be 40.3% and 33.1% for 5 and 10 years periodicity respectively. Considering cost-effectiveness, 10-year screening gave the lowest annual cost to avoid 1 cervical cancer case

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Cost-effectiveness of different screening strategies for ...

2011-12-1  Screening Strategies . We evaluated the use of DXA screening strategies with T-score thresholds of −2.5 or less, −2.0 or less, and −1.5 or less to offer treatment. These are thresholds for which treatment has been recommended by various organizations (24, 51, 59, 60). We evaluated the use of calcaneal QUS as a prescreening test prior to DXA.

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Cost-effectiveness of Screening Strategies for

Preferred screening strategies are in the upper left, maximizing the percentage of cases identified and minimizing the total costs per case. In contrast, least preferred screening strategies are in the bottom right. On the basis of these criteria, the 2-hour OGTT was

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Cost-effectiveness of prenatal screening strategies for ...

ing the use of first-trimester screening with nuchal translucency (NT) 17 , 18 , and, more recently, the use of three-dimensional(3D)orfour-dimensional(4D)imaging

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Cost-effectiveness of five screening strategies for ...

598 Le Bras et al. Table 1 Description of 2016 data from French Biomedicine Agency (ABM) used to produce virtual cohort for cost-effectiveness analysis of five prenatal screening strategies* Data n or n (%) Source Women tested by maternal serum screening 652653 ABM (pers. comm., 2018) Risk from maternal serum screening ≥1/1000 89536 (13.

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Cost-effectiveness of different strategies for screening ...

effectiveness of different strategies for screening and treating strongyloidiasis in people migrating from endemic countries to Europe. What are the new findings? Presumptively treating immunosuppressed migrants from endemic areas, without screening or testing, was a cost-saving strategy compared with the cur-rent base-case scenario.

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Cost-effectiveness of strategies to increase screening ...

2017-2-14  The aim of the study is to carry out a cost-effectiveness analysis of three different interventions to promote the uptake of screening for cervical cancer in general practice in the county of Valles Occidental, Barcelona, Spain. Women aged from 30 to 70 years (n = 15,965) were asked to attend a general practice to be screened. They were randomly allocated to one of four groups: no intervention ...

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Cost-effectiveness of different screening strategies for ...

2017-1-31  Additional screening strategies. The age of the screened population varied between 60, 65, and 70 years, with or without rescreening, after 5 or 10 years in people with negative initial screening results. The screening of risk groups of smokers, siblings of AAA patients, patients with angina or claudication, and those with popliteal aneurysm ...

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Cost-effectiveness of contact screening strategies for ...

2018-5-1  METHOD: The costs of post-TB outbreak screening strategies were calculated using a mixed (top-down and bottom-up) cost analysis method and expressed in 2015 US dollars. Cost-effectiveness was evaluated using a decision analysis model from the health system perspective, comparing cumulative health care costs and the total number of TB cases averted.

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Cost-Effectiveness of Screening Strategies for

2020-12-25  ng sexually transmitted disease (STD) clinics. Incremental cost-effectiveness of 4 screening strategies were compared: 1) Endocervical DNA probe test (PACE2, Gen-Probe), 2) Endocervical AC2 (Aptima Combo 2, Gen-Probe), 3) Self-Obtained Vaginal AC2, and 4) Urine AC2. Sensitivities of the vaginal, urine, and cervical AC2 tests were derived from 324 women attending STD clinics. The

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