Cost-effective public health guidance: asking questions from the decision-maker's viewpoint.

Abstract

In February 2004, in his assessment of the long-term financial viability of the NHS, Derek Wanless recommended the use of 'a consistent framework, such as the methodology developed by NICE, to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of interventions and initiatives across health care and public health'. One year later public health was added to NICE's remit and the… (More)

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@article{Chalkidou2008CosteffectivePH, title={Cost-effective public health guidance: asking questions from the decision-maker's viewpoint.}, author={K. Chalkidou and Anthony Johr Culyer and Bhash Naidoo and Peter Littlejohns}, journal={Health economics}, year={2008}, volume={17 3}, pages={441-8} }