Economic evaluation alongside a cluster-randomised-controlled trial of intensive management by Indigenous Health Workers of Indigenous people with poorly controlled type 2 diabetes in remote Australia : Was "Getting Better at Chronic Care" cost effective?
This paper reports on two economic evaluations of the GBACC project. The first evaluation completed a cost-consequence analysis, in which the costs of implementing the model are compared with differential changes in a range of health outcome measures of study participants in the intervention and usual care groups. The second economic evaluation looked at hospitalisations related to diabetes, especially those which had been shown in previous reports to be excessive among remote Indigenous...[Show more]
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|CRE Theme 3 Getting Better at Chronic Care Key Messages FINAL.pdf||Key Messages||94.09 kB||Adobe PDF|
|CRE Theme 3 Getting Better at Chronic Care Policy Options FINAL.pdf||Policy Options||202.33 kB||Adobe PDF|
|CRE Theme 3 Getting Better at Chronic Care Full Report FINAL.pdf||Final Report||749.62 kB||Adobe PDF|
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