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Your search has found 333 articles in the database for the term 'Likely to be cost effective'

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The cost-effectiveness of a family meetings intervention to prevent depression and anxiety in family caregivers of patients with dementia: a randomized trial

...support caregivers may prevent or delay patient institutionalization and hence be cost-effective. However, evidence about the cost-effectiveness of such interventions is scarce. The aim of this study was to evaluate...

Cost-effectiveness analyses for mirtazapine and sertraline in dementia: randomised controlled trial

...in dementia. However, mirtazapine does appear likely to have been cost-effective if costing includes the impact on unpaid carers and with quality of life included in the outcome. Unpaid (family)...

Cost evaluation of a coordinated care management intervention for dementia

...Objective: To calculate intervention costs and the potential cost offset of a care management intervention that substantially improved the quality of dementia care.; Study Design: From both a payer...

The cost-effectiveness of a nonpharmacologic intervention for individuals with dementia and family caregivers: the tailored activity program

...showed that TAP was cost-effective 79.2% of the time for “doing things” and 79.6% of the time for “being on duty.” Varying the cost assumptions did not change cost-effectiveness.; Conclusions:...

Cost-effectiveness of one year dementia follow-up care by memory clinics or general practitioners: economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial

...cost per quality adjusted life year. To establish cost-effectiveness, a cost-utility analysis was conducted using utilities based on the EQ-5D. Uncertainty surrounding the incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (difference in costs divided...

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an internet intervention for family caregivers of people with dementia: design of a randomized controlled trial

...cost effective way to support family caregivers in an earlier stage and diminish their psychological distress in the short and longer run.; Methods/design: A pragmatic randomized controlled trial is designed...

Cost effectiveness of donepezil in the treatment of mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease: A UK evaluation using discrete-event simulation

...these recommendations have been the subject of debate, we sought to address the potential limitations of existing models and produce estimates of donepezil treatment cost effectiveness in the UK using...

Cost-effectiveness of a health intervention program with risk reductions for getting demented: results of a Markov model in a Swedish/Finnish setting

...willingness-to-pay level. The probabilistic sensitivity analysis indicated cost effectiveness in 67% of the samplings given a willingness-to-pay level of 600,000 SEK/year. This is a promising outlook for future research on...

Cost analysis of early psychosocial intervention in Alzheimer’s disease

...used to estimate standard errors.; Results: Overall, there were no statistically significant differences because of large variation in the observations. The average additional cost of psychosocial intervention provision was estimated...

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