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CEA

(Consumer Electronics Association) See CTA and consumer electronics.
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Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of CTL019 for the Treatment of Pediatric and Young Adult Patients with Relapsed or Refractory B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in the United States Abstract #609; Monday, December 11, 7:30 AM EST
19,20) Methods such as extended cost-effectiveness analysis or distributional cost-effectiveness analysis exist which can and have been applied to depict the distributional impact of allocation decisions and to help policy-makers make more equitable decisions.
Articles that had carried out full economic evaluation, including cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-utility analysis, and cost-benefit analysis were included.
Cost-effectiveness analysis has sometimes been wrongly equated with cost cutting or rationing and therefore has been associated with some political controversy (Rich, 2012).
It is emphasized that this study proposes a cost-effectiveness analysis model of the current and active health care public policy in the country.
Cost-effectiveness analysis compares a new therapy with an existing one in terms of their effects on costs and therapeutic outcomes.
A cost-effectiveness analysis was conducted using the number needed to treat (NNT) as an outcome measure.
This cost-effectiveness analysis showed that the lapatinib-based strategy was dominant in MBC treatment after ErbB2+ progression on trastuzumab compared to trastuzumab with capecitabine, taxane or vinorelbine.
The cost-effectiveness analysis through 9 months revealed that anticholinergics cost $1,942 while Botox cost $1,266.
Relative to other areas of public policy, cost-effectiveness analysis is rarely applied to specific education policies and programs.
As the authors note, the present cost-effectiveness analysis does not consider indirect protection of unvaccinated children.
After introducing health economics evaluation, he covers Bayesian inference, statistical cost-effectiveness analysis, Bayesian analysis in practice, and health economic evaluation in practice.