Willingness to pay for drug rehabilitation: implications for cost recovery.

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OBJECTIVES This study estimates the value that clients place on methadone maintenance and how this value varies with the effectiveness of treatment and availability of case management. We provide the first estimate of the price elasticity of the demand for drug treatment. METHODS We interviewed 241 heroin users who had been referred to, but had not yet… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2007.11.007

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@article{Bishai2008WillingnessTP, title={Willingness to pay for drug rehabilitation: implications for cost recovery.}, author={David Bishai and Jody L. Sindelar and Erin P. Ricketts and Steven E. Huettner and Llewellyn Joseph Cornelius and Jennifer J Lloyd and Jennifer Rochussen Havens and Carl A. Latkin and Steffanie Anne Strathdee}, journal={Journal of health economics}, year={2008}, volume={27 4}, pages={959-72} }