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  1. Economic-evaluations using decision analytic models such as Markov-models (MM), and discrete-event-simulations (DES) are high value adds in allocating resources. The choice of modelling method is critical beca...

    Authors: Sameera Senanayake, Nicholas Graves, Helen Healy, Keshwar Baboolal, Adrian Barnett and Sanjeewa Kularatna
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:13
  2. Disease-specific registries, documenting costs and probabilities from pharmacoeconomic studies along with health state utility values from quality-of-life studies could serve as a resource to guide researchers...

    Authors: Annesha White, Meenakshi Srinivasan, La Marcus Wingate, Samuel Peasah and Marc Fleming
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:10
  3. In developed countries around the world there is a trend to enhance the public-private collaboration in healthcare. In Spain, a decentralized country with a NHS funded with taxes and universal coverage, commis...

    Authors: María Victoria Ruiz-Mallorquí, Inmaculada Aguiar-Díaz and Beatriz González- López Valcárcel
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:9
  4. Limited financial, human and material health resources coupled with increasing demand for new-born care services require efficiency in health systems to maximize the available sources for improved health outco...

    Authors: Robert Kaba Alhassan, Edward Nketiah-Amponsah, Nana A. Y. Twum-Danso, John Bawa, Williams Kwarah, Sebnem Ucer and Abdul Fatawu Ibn Abass
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:8
  5. Teleemergency doctors support ambulance cars at the emergency site by means of telemedicine. Currently, each district has its own teleemergency doctor office (decentralized solution). This paper analyses the a...

    Authors: Steffen Fleßa, Rebekka Suess, Julia Kuntosch, Markus Krohn, Bibiana Metelmann, Joachim Paul Hasebrook, Peter Brinkrolf, Klaus Hahnenkamp, Dorothea Kohnen and Camilla Metelmann
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:7
  6. Grocery food taxes represent a stable tax revenue stream for state and municipal government during times of adverse economic shocks such as that observed under the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic....

    Authors: Lingxiao Wang, Yuqing Zheng, Steven Buck, Diansheng Dong and Harry M. Kaiser
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:5
  7. The productivity of pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) investments is declining due to high failure rates in clinical research. Recently, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) acknowledged that ...

    Authors: Jörg Mahlich, Arne Bartol and Srirangan Dheban
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:4
  8. Faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is increasingly being used in the treatment of recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection (rCDI). Health economic evaluations may support decision-making regarding the im...

    Authors: Lianna Hede Hammeken, Simon Mark Dahl Baunwall, Christian Lodberg Hvas and Lars Holger Ehlers
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:3
  9. Due to growing expenditures, health systems have been pushed to improve decision-making practices on resource allocation. This study aimed to identify which practices of priority setting and resource allocatio...

    Authors: Brayan V. Seixas, François Dionne and Craig Mitton
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:2
  10. Concerns about rising health care costs require rigorous economic study to inform clinical and policy decision-making. Micro-costing is a cost estimation methodology employing detailed resource utilization and...

    Authors: Xiao Xu, Christina M. Lazar and Jennifer Prah Ruger
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2021 11:1
  11. Physicians’ financial interests might conflict with the best service to patients. It is essential to gain a thorough understanding of the effect of remuneration systems on physician behaviour.

    Authors: Claudia Keser, Claude Montmarquette, Martin Schmidt and Cornelius Schnitzler
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:41
  12. The EQ-5D-5L questionnaire is used in oncology to generate health-related quality of life (HRQoL) weights and corresponding health states. The purpose was to explore the relationship between demographic and cl...

    Authors: Kathrin Borchert, Christian Jacob, Natalie Wetzel, Martina Jänicke, Egbert Eggers, Annette Sauer, Norbert Marschner, Julia Altevers, Thomas Mittendorf and Wolfgang Greiner
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:40
  13. Discrete choice experiments (DCEs) have been used to measure patient and healthcare professionals preferences in a range of settings internationally. Using DCEs in primary care is valuable for determining how ...

    Authors: Gregory Merlo, Mieke van Driel and Lisa Hall
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:39
  14. Primary liver cancer (PLC) is the fifth and second leading cause of death in Japan and Taiwan, respectively. The aim of this study was to compare the economic burden of PLC between the two countries using the ...

    Authors: Yinghui Wu, Kunichika Matsumoto, Ya-Mei Chen, Yu-Chi Tung, Tzu-Ying Chiu and Tomonori Hasegawa
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:38
  15. Measuring progress towards financial risk protection for the poorest is essential within the framework of Universal Health Coverage. The study assessed the level of out-of-pocket expenditure and factors associ...

    Authors: Yvonne Beaugé, Valéry Ridde, Emmanuel Bonnet, Sidibé Souleymane, Naasegnibe Kuunibe and Manuela De Allegri
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:36
  16. Neuromuscular blockade and pneumoperitoneum (PP) are important factors to ensure successful laparoscopic surgery. However, residual neuromuscular blockade (rNMB) and PP are associated with many unfavorable com...

    Authors: Maodong Ren, Ying Wang, Yan Luo, Jia Fang, Yongji Lu and Jianwei Xuan
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:35
  17. Helicopter emergency services (HEMS) are of increasing relevance for emergency medical services (EMS) of developed countries. Despite the known cost intensity of HEMS, there is only very limited knowledge of i...

    Authors: Johann Röper, Markus Krohn, Steffen Fleßa and Karl-Christian Thies
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:34
  18. Health care systems in many countries are characterized by limited availability of provider performance data that can be used to design and implement welfare improving reforms in the health sector. We question...

    Authors: Roland Cheo, Ge Ge, Geir Godager, Rugang Liu, Jian Wang and Qiqi Wang
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:33
  19. Depressive disorders are associated with a high burden of disease. However, due to the burden posed by the disease on not only the sufferers, but also on their relatives, there is an ongoing debate about which...

    Authors: Juliane Andrea Duevel, Lena Hasemann, Luz María Peña-Longobardo, Beatriz Rodríguez-Sánchez, Isaac Aranda-Reneo, Juan Oliva-Moreno, Julio López-Bastida and Wolfgang Greiner
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:32
  20. There is growing evidence that the cost for dementia care will increase rapidly in the coming years. Therefore, the objective of this paper was to determine the economic impact of treating clients with dementi...

    Authors: Alexander Braun, Paulina Kurzmann, Margit Höfler, Gottfried Haber and Stefanie Auer
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:29
  21. Since HIV+ treatment has become more effective, the average age of people living with HIV (PLWHIV) has increased, and consequently the incidence of developing comorbidities, making the clinical and economic ma...

    Authors: Elisabetta Garagiola, Emanuela Foglia, Lucrezia Ferrario, Paola Meraviglia, Alessandro Tebini, Barbara Menzaghi, Chiara Atzori, Giuliano Rizzardini, Teresa Bini, Antonella D’Arminio Monforte and Davide Croce
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:27
  22. Morbidity and mortality due to pregnancy and childbearing are high in developing countries. This study aims to estimate patient and health system costs of managing pregnancy and birth-related complications in ...

    Authors: Amani Thomas Mori, Peter Binyaruka, Peter Hangoma, Bjarne Robberstad and Ingvild Sandoy
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:26
  23. Post-traumatic stress disorder is likely to affect clinical courses in the somatic hospital ward when appearing as comorbidity. Thus, this study aimed to assess the costs associated with comorbid post-traumati...

    Authors: Rieka von der Warth, Philip Hehn, Jan Wolff and Klaus Kaier
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:23
  24. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Meike Irene Nakovics, Stephan Brenner, Grace Bongololo, Jobiba Chinkhumba, Olivier Kalmus, Gerald Leppert and Manuela De Allegri
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:21

    The original article was published in Health Economics Review 2020 10:14

  25. In England, rises in healthcare expenditure consistently outpace growth in both GDP and total public expenditure. To ensure the National Health Service (NHS) remains financially sustainable, relevant data on h...

    Authors: Idaira Rodriguez Santana, María José Aragón, Nigel Rice and Anne Rosemary Mason
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:20
  26. Depressive disorders often remain undiagnosed or are treated inadequately. Online-based programs may reduce the present treatment gap for depressive disorders and reduce disease-related costs. This study aimed...

    Authors: Viola Gräfe, Steffen Moritz and Wolfgang Greiner
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:19

    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2020 10:24

  27. Models of preferences in health services research (HSR) and Health Economics are often defined by readily available information, such as that captured in claims data and electronic health records. Yet many imp...

    Authors: Eline van den Broek-Altenburg and Adam Atherly
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:18
  28. Compared with the number of studies performed in the United States, few studies have been conducted on the link between health insurance and healthcare consumption in Europe, likely because most European count...

    Authors: Christine Sevilla-Dedieu, Nathalie Billaudeau and Alain Paraponaris
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:17
  29. With atrial fibrillation (AF) the risk of stroke is 4.2-fold increased to a comparable population without AF. This risk decreases by up to 70% if AF is detected early enough and effective stroke preventive mea...

    Authors: Ralf Birkemeyer, Alfred Müller, Steffen Wahler and Johann-Matthias von der Schulenburg
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:16
  30. Willingness to Pay (WTP) is an alternative to measure quality-adjusted life years for cost-effectiveness analyses. The aim was to evaluate longitudinal changes and determinants of parental WTP for the preventi...

    Authors: Romy Lauer, Meike Traub, Sylvia Hansen, Reinhold Kilian, Jürgen Michael Steinacker and Dorothea Kesztyüs
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:15
  31. Monitoring financial protection is a key component in achieving Universal Health Coverage, even for health systems that grant their citizens access to care free-of-charge. Our study investigated out-of-pocket ...

    Authors: Meike Irene Nakovics, Stephan Brenner, Grace Bongololo, Jobiba Chinkhumba, Olivier Kalmus, Gerald Leppert and Manuela De Allegri
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:14

    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2020 10:21

  32. The necessity to measure and reward “value for money” of new pharmaceuticals has become central in health policy debates, as much as the requirement to assess the “willingness to pay” for an additional, qualit...

    Authors: Dominik J. Wettstein and Stefan Boes
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:13
  33. A large part of the long-term care is provided by non-professional caregivers, generally without any monetary payment but a value economic of time invested. The economic relevance of informal caregivers has be...

    Authors: Raúl Del Pozo-Rubio, Pablo Moya-Martínez, Marta Ortega-Ortega and Juan Oliva-Moreno
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:12
  34. Whilst several systematic reviews conducted in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) have revealed that coverage under social (SHI), national (NHI) and community-based (CBHI) health insurance has led to inc...

    Authors: Sumaiyah Docrat, Donela Besada, Susan Cleary and Crick Lund
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:11
  35. Mapping algorithms can be used to generate health state utilities when a preference-based instrument is not included in a clinical study. Our aim was to investigate the external validity of published mapping a...

    Authors: Joanne Gregory, Matthew Dyer, Christopher Hoyle, Helen Mann and Anthony J. Hatswell
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:10
  36. Mobility impairment is the leading cause of disability in the UK. Individuals with congenital mobility impairments have unique experiences of health, quality of life and adaptation. Preference-based outcomes m...

    Authors: Nathan Bray, Llinos Haf Spencer and Rhiannon Tudor Edwards
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:9
  37. Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported that one of the numbers within Fig. 6 contains a mistake.

    Authors: M. Chris Runken, Paolo Caraceni, Javier Fernandez, Alexander Zipprich, Rashad Carlton and Martin Bunke
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:8

    The original article was published in Health Economics Review 2019 9:22

  38. We analysed the impact of clinical study design for oncological pharmaceuticals on the subsequent price negotiations after early benefit assessment between pharmaceutical companies and the German National Asso...

    Authors: C. M. Dintsios and I. Beinhauer
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:7
  39. Although health expenditure in sub-Saharan African countries is the lowest compared with other regions in the world, most African countries have improved their budget allocations to health care over the past 1...

    Authors: Girmay Tsegay Kiross, Catherine Chojenta, Daniel Barker and Deborah Loxton
    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:5

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