Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of four treatment modalities for substance disorders: a propensity score analysis.

@article{Mojtabai2003EffectivenessAC,
  title={Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of four treatment modalities for substance disorders: a propensity score analysis.},
  author={Ramin Mojtabai and Joshua S. Graff Zivin},
  journal={Health services research},
  year={2003},
  volume={38 1 Pt 1},
  pages={233-59}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of four treatment modalities for substance abuse. DATA SOURCES The study used data from the Services Research Outcomes Study (SROS), a survey of 3,047 clients in a random sample of 99 drug treatment facilities across the United States. Detailed sociodemographic, substance use, and clinical data were abstracted from treatment records. Substance abuse outcome and treatment history following discharge from index facilities were… CONTINUE READING
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