Exploration of the difference in results of economic submissions to the National Institute of Clinical Excellence by manufacturers and assessment groups.

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OBJECTIVES A recent study showed that estimates of cost-effectiveness submitted to National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) by manufacturers had significantly lower incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs) than those submitted by university-based Assessment Groups. This study extends that analysis. METHODS Data were abstracted… (More)

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@article{Chauhan2007ExplorationOT, title={Exploration of the difference in results of economic submissions to the National Institute of Clinical Excellence by manufacturers and assessment groups.}, author={Deven Chauhan and Alec Miners and Alastair J. Fischer}, journal={International journal of technology assessment in health care}, year={2007}, volume={23 1}, pages={96-100} }