Study Examines Cost-Effectiveness, Affordability Of Global Health-Related Interventions

PLOS Medicine: When cost-effective interventions are unaffordable: Integrating cost-effectiveness and budget impact in priority setting for global health programs Alyssa Bilinski of the Interfaculty Initiative in Health Policy at Harvard University and colleagues write, “[C]ost-effective interventions are not always affordable. … This disconnect between cost-effectiveness and affordability can complicate efforts to identify and adopt high-value…More

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Study Examines Cost-Effectiveness, Affordability Of Global Health-Related Interventions