In practical terms, this becomes a universal health system with global budgeting, conscious limits on the development and use of technology, and policies that distribute care resources based on an age-stratified, quality-adjusted life year (QALY)-mediated cost-effectiveness model.
What does CEMOD stand for?
CEMOD stands for Cost-Effectiveness Model
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The judges said procedural fairness demanded NICE release a full version of the cost-effectiveness model used to produce guidance.
A cost-effectiveness model can't put a value on a patient's ability to recognize the face of a loved one, for even a few additional months.
In generating their cost-effectiveness model, Meltzer et al.
That final report describes not only the results of the survey but also six case studies, a cost-effectiveness model for information technology, a discussion on automation of the rehabilitation counselor function, and discussion on inter- and intra-organizational collaborations.