Lifestyle interventions are cost-effective in people with different levels of diabetes risk: results from a modeling study.

@article{Bruggen2007LifestyleIA,
  title={Lifestyle interventions are cost-effective in people with different levels of diabetes risk: results from a modeling study.},
  author={Monique A M Jacobs-van der Bruggen and G J Klaasse Bos and Wanda Jose Erika Bemelmans and Rudolf T. Hoogenveen and Sylvia M. C. Vijgen and Caroline A. Baan},
  journal={Diabetes care},
  year={2007},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={128-34}
}
OBJECTIVE In the current study we explore the long-term health benefits and cost-effectiveness of both a community-based lifestyle program for the general population (community intervention) and an intensive lifestyle intervention for obese adults, implemented in a health care setting (health care intervention). RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS Short-term intervention effects on BMI and physical activity were estimated from the international literature. The National Institute for Public Health and… CONTINUE READING
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