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cost-effectiveness of alcohol services

Christine Godfrey

cost-effectiveness of alcohol services

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by Christine Godfrey

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Published by York University, Centre for Health Economics, Leeds Action Unit in York .
Written in English


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StatementChristine Godfrey.
SeriesYARTIC occasional paper series / York University, Centre for Health Economics, Leeds Action Unit -- no.2, YARTIC occasional paper (York University, Centre for Health Economics, Leeds Action Unit) -- no.2.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13973374M

Research Triangle Park, N. The theoretical problem is that the effectiveness demonstrated in controlled trials of treatment alternatives there have been no controlled trials of cost-effectiveness may not carry with it the kind of cost offset at least in terms of size suggested by the uncontrolled studies. Compared with those who had free care, those who had copayments were less than half as likely to use mental health services. However, other studies suggested that combinations incorporating AA attendance often were effective.

Costs of residential care in the United States. Clearly, the movement toward community-based long-term care options and the ability to finance such options under Medicaid has contributed greatly to the demand for Medicaid long-term care services. Currently, investigators do not know what factors may influence whether VIPs are effective or not in reducing recidivism. JAMA —, Ladd Preventive Services Task Force.

Wiener and Stephenson note that, in Colorado, cost-effectiveness concerns have limited the average per recipient Medicaid cost of in-home and alternative care facilities to 16 percent and 14 percent respectively of the average per recipient Medicaid expenditure for nursing home care. A DUI arrest and conviction may represent an opportunity to increase motivation by helping an offender recognize his or her problem with drinking and its consequences. Cost-effectiveness analysis as a decision aid is, at base, a comparative tool. Greenberg, J.


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Combining strategies may be more effective, regardless of treatment length or intensity, because DUI offenders have diverse and complex problems, and offering varied approaches may help to address this range of cost-effectiveness of alcohol services book. Other demonstrations did even more poorly in prospectively identifying the applicants for home and community-based services for whom the services truly served as a deterrent to nursing home admission.

Journal of the American Medical Association An evaluative study of an alcohol and drug recovery program, a case study of the Oldsmobile experience. However, third-party payers are allowed by law to refuse coverage for court-ordered cost-effectiveness of alcohol services book Wing Emerging issues related to changing DUI offender populations, multidrug use by impaired drivers, and new technologies for monitoring DUI offenders require rigorous study to determine how to provide more effective court-referred treatments.

Cost effectiveness cost-effectiveness of alcohol services book alcoholism treatment in partial hospital versus inpatient settings after brief inpatient treatment: month outcomes.

Like all economic evaluation modelling studies, the calculated costs, effects and cost-effectiveness ratios are conditional on various assumptions. Manning, W. Magruder-Habib, K, J. The recent NIAAA program announcement outlining areas of interest and requesting applications for research on financing issues and the costs of various treatment services and settings represents an initial step toward developing such a cost-effectiveness of alcohol services book.

San Diego, Academic Press, Because chronic conditions such as alcohol dependence wax and wane, most people will tend to improve after a period of greater severity, even without effective treatment, so that subsequent reduced costs may not necessarily be associated with treatment. States may elect to use either or both of these coverage options.

Drake, and S. Table 3 Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios and cumulative differences resulting from alcohol tax increases Full size table Figure 6 displays the cost-effectiveness acceptability curves CEAC for the alcohol tax increases.

Why and how do people begin to change, and what determines the resilience of that change? There is, however, one common and natural use of the term cost-e,ffectiverzess as an absolute concept that is relevant to the treatment of alcohol problems. Drug treatment is intended to help addicted individuals stop compulsive drug seeking and use.

For example, among people who develop alcohol dependence at some point in their lives only 12 percent seek treatment in a specialty treatment program Hasin et al.

Findings from the meta-analysis did not reveal a consistent pattern of results for outcome measures related to drinking problem severity or other non-traffic-related outcomes because most studies focused on recidivism and crashes Wells-Parker ; Wells-Parker et al.

Such a longitudinal-care approach also offers considerable promise in treating people with severe recurrent alcohol dependence. This was done because the CDM models average drinking and the demand elasticity estimates for alcohol also refer to average alcohol drinking. Conclusion Focusing on health-care costs and health consequences for drinkers, an alcohol tax increase is a cost-effective policy instrument.

For example, is it more cost-effective to target higher-risk groups e. Wiener and Stephenson note that, in Colorado, cost-effectiveness concerns have limited the average per recipient Medicaid cost of in-home and alternative care facilities to 16 percent and 14 percent respectively of the average per recipient Medicaid expenditure for nursing home care.

Clearly, the movement toward community-based long-term care options and the ability to finance such options under Medicaid has contributed greatly to the demand for Medicaid long-term care services.

Cost benefits of substance abuse treatment: An overview of results from alcohol and drug abuse. Most reviews conclude that treatment is effective at reducing drinking and associated consequences. Likewise, in another study of treatment of alcohol dependence that examined events leading to treatment seeking Orford et al.

Alcohol control in its various guises potentially decreases the burden of disease substantially and thus is an important instrument for health-care policy. It allows for co-morbidity and includes data on the most important chronic diseases and their risk factors.The cost-effectiveness analysis of treatment for alcohol problems has, to a considerable extent, pursued this question of cost offset (IOM, ~.

In addition to the question of whether treatment itself actually saves money, compared with no treatment, there is the additional particular question of.

This paper presents the first prospective cost and cost-effectiveness study of combining pharmaceutical and behavioral interventions for alcohol dependence. In addition, it is the first cost-effectiveness study for alcohol dependence in the United States to be conducted alongside an RCT (COMBINE).Cited by: Our Review offers a broad and rigorous summary of the current evidence for the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of alcohol control policies.

Effectiveness is defined as the degree to which an intervention reduces the public health burden (health, social, and economic) of tjarrodbonta.com by: Dec 20,  · Healthcare professionals pdf use these guidance documents, information and resources to help with providing and improving alcohol and drug misuse prevention and treatment services.Nov 28,  · Like download pdf economic evaluation modelling studies, the calculated costs, effects and cost-effectiveness ratios are conditional on various assumptions.

Below we will discuss some of the assumptions we made to estimate the cost-effectiveness of increasing alcohol taxes.

Estimating the cost

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