The cost diary: a method to measure direct and indirect costs in cost-effectiveness research.

Abstract

From a societal perspective long-term clinical trials or follow-up studies should preferably not only include an evaluation of the health effect for the patient, but also an economic evaluation. In order to yield comprehensive medical and nonmedical resource use data, we at least partly depend on respondents' recall for collecting these costing data. A… (More)

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