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  1. Cost-Benefit, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, and An Application to Home Care
  2. Outline
  3. Cost-Benefit Ratio
  4. Compared to What?
  5. Effectiveness vs. Cost
  6. Whose Costs, Whose Benefits
  7. Types of Economic Analysis
  8. Cost-Minimization Analysis
  9. Cost-Minimization Example
  10. Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
  11. Cost-Effectiveness Example
  12. Measuring Utiles
  13. Cost-Benefit Analysis
  14. Value of Life
  15. Cost-Benefit Example
  16. Discounting
  17. An Application of Cost-Benefit Analysis to Home Care Budgeting.
  18. Problems with Home Care
  19. Underlying Cause: Imperfect Agency
  20. Observed Versus Predicted:.Mean Rate of Hospitalization for Selected Subgroups
  21. Resource allocation is random. Figure 1. Per Capita Spending by Decile of Hospitalization Risk in ALTCS '92-97
  22. Figure 2. Per Capita Spending by Decile of Nursing Home Admission Risk in ALTCS '92-97
  23. Figure 3. Per Capita Spending by Decile of Risk of Death in ALTCS '92-97
  24. Figure 4. Per Capita Spending by Decile of Functional Decline Risk in ALTCS '92-97
  25. Reform Agenda: Improve Agency
  26. Effectiveness, Risk, Value (ERV) Budget Model
  27. ERV Example for One Risk
  28. Some Case Examples
  29. Take-Away Points About Cost-Effectiveness Analysis


Cost-Benefit, Cost-Effectiveness Analysis, and an Application to Home Care, a presentation by William Weissert of the Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long-Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.

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