Does Including Informal Care in Economic Evaluations Matter? A Systematic Review of Inclusion and Impact of Informal Care in Cost-Effectiveness Studies

@article{Krol2014DoesII,
  title={Does Including Informal Care in Economic Evaluations Matter? A Systematic Review of Inclusion and Impact of Informal Care in Cost-Effectiveness Studies},
  author={Marieke Krol and Joc{\'e} Papenburg and Job van Exel},
  journal={PharmacoEconomics},
  year={2014},
  volume={33},
  pages={123-135}
}
BackgroundInformal care makes an important contribution to societal welfare. However, it may involve substantial time costs and can have a considerable negative effect on the health and well-being of informal caregivers. These costs and effects of informal caregiving are often excluded in economic evaluations of healthcare interventions. The impact of this exclusion on the outcomes of these evaluations is largely unknown.ObjectivesThis study aimed to explore the inclusion of informal care in… CONTINUE READING
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