Cost-effectiveness of evidence-based pharmacotherapy or cognitive behavior therapy compared with community referral for major depression in predominantly low-income minority women.

@article{Revicki2005CosteffectivenessOE,
  title={Cost-effectiveness of evidence-based pharmacotherapy or cognitive behavior therapy compared with community referral for major depression in predominantly low-income minority women.},
  author={Dennis A. Revicki and Juned Siddique and Lori Frank and Joyce Y. Chung and Bonnie L. Green and Janice Krupnick and Manishi Prasad and Jeanne Miranda},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={62 8},
  pages={868-75}
}
BACKGROUND Few clinical trials have evaluated interventions for major depressive disorder in samples of low-income minority women, and little is known about the cost-effectiveness of depression interventions for this population. OBJECTIVE To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of pharmacotherapy or cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) compared with community referral for major depression in low-income minority women. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS A randomized clinical trial was conducted in 267… CONTINUE READING

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