Insomnia, Health-Related Quality of Life and Healthcare Resource Consumption

@article{Hatoum1998InsomniaHQ,
  title={Insomnia, Health-Related Quality of Life and Healthcare Resource Consumption},
  author={Hind T. Hatoum and Sheldon Xiaodong Kong and Christopher M. Kania and Dr Josephine M. Wong and Wallace B. Mendelson},
  journal={PharmacoEconomics},
  year={1998},
  volume={14},
  pages={629-637}
}
Objective: Insomnia is a prevalent sleep complaint which has been reported to be greatly associated with reduced health-related quality of life (HR-QOL) and increased healthcare resource use. This study documents the prevalence of insomnia, and its impact on patients’ HR-QOL and healthcare resource use in managed- care settings in the US. Design and Setting: A multi-site survey of 5 American Medical Group Association ® (AMGA) clinics was conducted. Each clinic mailed questionnaires to 1100… CONTINUE READING

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