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  1. 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

    Content type: Research

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  2. 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

    Content type: Research

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  3. 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

    Content type: Review

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  4. 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

    Content type: Research

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  5. 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

    Content type: Correction

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

  6. 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

    Content type: Research

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  7. 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

    Content type: Research

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

  8. 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

    Content type: Review

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  9. 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

    Content type: Research

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  10. 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

    Content type: Research

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  11. 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

    Content type: Research

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  12. 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

    Content type: Research

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

  13. 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

    Content type: Research

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  14. 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

    Content type: Research

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  15. 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

    Content type: Review

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  16. 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

    Content type: Research

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  17. 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

    Content type: Review

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  18. 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

    Content type: Correction

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

  19. 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

    Content type: Research

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  20. 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

    Content type: Research

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  21. The Swedish Healthcare Act states that patients should have equal access to healthcare. This study addresses at how this translates to pharmacological treatment of adult spasticity, including injections with b...

    Authors: Annabelle Forsmark, Linda Rosengren and Per Ertzgaard

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:4

    Content type: Research

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  22. Compared with conventional top down costing, micro-costing may provide a more accurate method of resource-use assessment in economic analyses of surgical interventions, but little is known about its current us...

    Authors: Shelley Potter, Charlotte Davies, Gareth Davies, Caoimhe Rice and William Hollingworth

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:3

    Content type: Review

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  23. Less is known about the impact of cancer on household assets and household financial portfolio during which cancer survivors face higher mortality risk. Economic theory predicts that cancer survivors would dep...

    Authors: Tae-Young Pak, Hyungsoo Kim and Kyoung Tae Kim

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:2

    Content type: Research

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  24. Few studies have systematically examined the efficiency of routine infant immunization services. Using a representative sample of infant immunization sites in Benin, Ghana, Honduras, Moldova, Uganda and Zambia...

    Authors: Nicolas A. Menzies, Christian Suharlim, Stephen C. Resch and Logan Brenzel

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2020 10:1

    Content type: Research

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  25. L-asparaginase is a key component of treatment for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) in the UK. Commonly used forms of asparaginase are native E. coli-derived asparaginase (native asparaginase) an...

    Authors: Xingdi Hu, Kingsley P. Wildman, Subham Basu, Peggy L. Lin, Clare Rowntree and Vaskar Saha

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:40

    Content type: Research

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  26. Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme has improved access to care, although equity and sustainability issues remain. This study examined health insurance coverage, type of payment for health insurance and r...

    Authors: Martin Amogre Ayanore, Milena Pavlova, Nuworza Kugbey, Adam Fusheini, John Tetteh, Augustine Adoliba Ayanore, James Akazili, Philip Baba Adongo and Wim Groot

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:39

    Content type: Research

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  27. Vertigo, a highly prevalent disease, imposes a rising burden on the health care system, exacerbated by the ageing of the population; and further, contributes to a wide span of indirect burden due to reduced ca...

    Authors: Eva Kovacs, Xiaoting Wang and Eva Grill

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:37

    Content type: Review

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  28. The purpose of this study was to analyse the impact of commissioned addenda by the Federal Joint Committee (FJC) to the HTA body (IQWiG) and their agreement with FJC decisions and to identify potential additio...

    Authors: C. M. Dintsios, F. Worm, J. Ruof and M. Herpers

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:35

    Content type: Research

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  29. Since the implementation of the Regulation on Patient Integration (2003), the Act on the Reorganization of the Pharmaceutical Market (2011), and the Patient Rights Law (2013), the inclusion of patient perspect...

    Authors: Ana Babac, Kathrin Damm and J.-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:34

    Content type: Research

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  30. User fees, transportation costs, and time costs impair access to healthcare by rural communities in low and middle income countries. However, effects of time costs on demand for healthcare are less understood ...

    Authors: Takahiro Tsukahara, Takuma Sugahara, Seiritsu Ogura and Francis Wanak Hombhanje

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:33

    Content type: Research

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  31. Differences in contingent valuation (CV) estimates for identical healthcare goods can cast considerable doubt on the true economic measures of consumer preferences. Hypothetical nature of CV methods can potent...

    Authors: Muhammed Nazmul Islam, Atonu Rabbani and Malabika Sarker

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:32

    Content type: Research

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  32. A chronic disease impacts a patient’s daily life, with the burden of symptoms and managing the condition, and concerns of progression and disease complications. Such aspects are captured by Patient-Reported Ou...

    Authors: Sixten Borg, Ulf-G. Gerdtham, Katarina Eeg-Olofsson, Bo Palaszewski and Soffia Gudbjörnsdottir

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:31

    Content type: Research

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  33. Stated preference elicitation methods such as discrete choice experiments (DCEs) are now widely used in the health domain. However, the “quality” of health-related DCEs has come under criticism due to the lack...

    Authors: Melvin Obadha, Edwine Barasa, Jacob Kazungu, Gilbert Abotisem Abiiro and Jane Chuma

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:30

    Content type: Research

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  34. Knowledge of the costs of health services improves health facility management and aids in health financing for universal health coverage. Because of resource requirements that are often not present in low- and...

    Authors: Bart Jacobs, Kelvin Hui, Veasnakiry Lo, Michael Thiede, Bernd Appelt and Steffen Flessa

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:29

    Content type: Research

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  35. Currently, personalised medicine is becoming more frequently used and many drug companies are including this strategy to gain market access for very specialized therapies. In this article, in order to understa...

    Authors: F. Antoñanzas, C. A. Juárez-Castelló and R. Rodríguez-Ibeas

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:28

    Content type: Research

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  36. Disparity in resource allocation is an issue among various health delivery units in Ethiopia. To sufficiently address this problem decision-makers require evidence on efficient allocation of resources. Therefo...

    Authors: Kiddus Yitbarek, Gelila Abraham, Ayinengida Adamu, Gebeyehu Tsega, Melkamu Berhane, Sarah Hurlburt, Carlyn Mann and Mirkuzie Woldie

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:27

    Content type: Research

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  37. Risk attitudes influence decisions made under uncertainty. This paper investigates the association of risk attitudes with the utilization of preventive and general healthcare services, work absence and resulti...

    Authors: Johanna I. Lutter, Boglárka Szentes, Margarethe E. Wacker, Joachim Winter, Sebastian Wichert, Annette Peters, Rolf Holle and Reiner Leidl

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:26

    Content type: Research

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  38. Earlier studies have found significant associations between sociodemographic factors and enrolment in the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in Ghana. These studies were mainly household surveys in relati...

    Authors: Eric Nsiah-Boateng, Justice Nonvignon, Genevieve Cecelia Aryeetey, Paola Salari, Fabrizio Tediosi, Patricia Akweongo and Moses Aikins

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:23

    Content type: Research

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  39. Albumin is frequently prescribed in cirrhotic patients with acute decompensation. However, the true cost effectiveness of albumin use in cirrhotic patients is still under debate.

    Authors: M. Chris Runken, Paolo Caraceni, Javier Fernandez, Alexander Zipprich, Rashad Carlton and Martin Bunke

    Citation: Health Economics Review 2019 9:22

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Health Economics Review 2020 10:8

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