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Economic Evaluation Abstraction Form Version 3. 0

By Department of Health and Human Services

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Book Id: WPLBN0000033883
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Economic Evaluation Abstraction Form Version 3. 0  
Author: Department of Health and Human Services
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Medical research, Medical reports
Collections: Medical Library Collection
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Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Health And Human Services, D. O. (n.d.). Economic Evaluation Abstraction Form Version 3. 0. Retrieved from http://community.ebooklibrary.org/


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This economic abstraction form is used for the Guide to Community Preventive Services (the Community Guide) to systematically abstract data from economic evaluation studies and to adjust results when appropriate to allow for greater comparability between studies employing differing methodologies. Two reviewers will read each article, and each reviewer will complete a copy of the form. Once differing responses are reconciled by members of the Economic Review Team for the Community Guide, the data from these forms will be summarized and included in economic evaluation summary tables and databases. One of the objectives of the review is to make economic evaluations of community-based interventions more comparable within an acceptable degree of uncertainty. As such, adjustments to cost-effectiveness analyses (CEAs) and costutility analyses (CUAs) will be made when feasible and appropriate to approximate the study to standards set by the reference case of the Panel on Cost-Effectiveness in Health and Medicine (PCEHM). Similarly, all the standards pertaining to costs and quantification of benefits in the reference case will also apply to cost analyses (CAs) and cost-benefit analyses (CBAs).

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Contents Section Instructions Answer Form I. CLASSIFICATION INFORMATION .............................................................................4................................5 II. INTERVENTION DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................6................................7 III. STUDY INFORMATION ................................................................................................8................................9 IV. ADJUSTMENTS Adjustment I — Currency ...............................................................................................16..............................17 Adjustment II — Base Year.............................................................................................16..............................17 Adjustment III — Discount Rate ....................................................................................18..............................19 Adjustment IV — Intervention or Program Costs ..........................................................20..............................21 Adjustment V — Averted Illness/Injury Costs ...............................................................22..............................23 Adjustment VI — Productivity Losses ...........................................................................24..............................25 Adjustment VII — Conversion of Health Outcome Measures to QALYs .....................26..............................27 V. NONADJUSTABLE DIFFERENCES ...........................................................................28..............................29 VI. QUALITY ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................31..............................33 VII. SUMMARY TABLE ......................................................................................................42..............................43 Appendixes A. Purchasing Power Parity Rates: U.S. Dollars per Foreign Currency Unit ........................................................44 B. Criteria for Base-Year Adjustments ..................................................................................................................45 C. Consumer Price Index Conversion Factors .......................................................................................................46 D. Discount Factors ..............................................................................................................................................47 E. Inventory of Typical Program and Intervention Costs ......................................................................................49 F. Example of a Cost-Effectiveness Ratio Conversion from $/LY saved to $/QALY saved ...............................50

 

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