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Distributional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis comes of age

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JournalValue in Health
DateAccepted/In press - 1 Oct 2020
DateE-pub ahead of print (current) - 7 Nov 2020
Number of pages12
Early online date7/11/20
Original languageEnglish


Distributional Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (DCEA) provides information about the equity impacts of health technologies and programmes
It can provide distributional breakdowns of effects and opportunity costs by equity-relevant social variables and/or disease categories
It can also use equity weights to summarise equity impacts and analyse trade-offs between equity and efficiency
This editorial describes recent developments in DCEA
New training resources and professional networks are provided

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    Research areas

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis, Socioeconomic Factors, Health Equity, Technology Assessment, Biomedical

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