Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses of a multidisciplinary intervention compared with a brief intervention to facilitate return to work in sick-listed patients with low back pain.

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STUDY DESIGN Randomized clinical trial of 2 interventions in 351 employees sick listed due to low back pain (LBP) and a subsequent validation study (n = 120) to validate results from subgroup analyses in the original study. OBJECTIVE To compose health economic analyses (cost-effectiveness- and cost-benefit analyses) of multidisciplinary versus brief… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/BRS.0b013e31828ca0af

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@article{Jensen2013CosteffectivenessAC, title={Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analyses of a multidisciplinary intervention compared with a brief intervention to facilitate return to work in sick-listed patients with low back pain.}, author={Chris Jensen and C. V. Nielsen and Ole Kudsk Jensen and Karin Dam Petersen}, journal={Spine}, year={2013}, volume={38 13}, pages={1059-67} }