Health care CBA/CEA: an update on the growth and composition of the literature.

@article{Elixhauser1993HealthCC,
  title={Health care CBA/CEA: an update on the growth and composition of the literature.},
  author={Anne H Joanna Elixhauser and Bryan R. Luce and W. R. Taylor and Joseph A. Reblando},
  journal={Medical care},
  year={1993},
  volume={31 7 Suppl},
  pages={JS1-11, JS18-149}
}
Cost-benefit (CBA) and cost-effectiveness analyses (CEA) are methods that enumerate the costs and consequences associated with health-related technologies, services, and programs. This article examines the trends in published CBA and CEA of personal health services from 1979 through 1990. It is based on a bibliography that was compiled to help address the immense need for information on the variation and effectiveness of medical practices, particularly as researchers expand their analysis to a… CONTINUE READING

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