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Open this section in a new window Introduction
Open this section in a new window Why Is CEA Important?
Open this section in a new window Advantages of CEA over CBA and CUA
Open this section in a new window A CEA Example
Open this section in a new window When Can We Use CEA?
Open this section in a new window Interventions with Shared Goals
Open this section in a new window A Specific Population
Open this section in a new window Sound Evidence
Open this section in a new window Possibly Inefficient Programs
Open this section in a new window Test Your Understanding
Open this section in a new window Framing CEA
Open this section in a new window Defining the Problem
Open this section in a new window An Example: Defining the Problem
Open this section in a new window Adopting a Research Strategy
Open this section in a new window What Intervention(s) Will Be Analyzed?
Open this section in a new window Who Is the Audience?
Open this section in a new window Whose Perspective?
Open this section in a new window What is the Time Frame?
Open this section in a new window What is the Analytic Horizon?
Open this section in a new window What is the Study Format?
Open this section in a new window What Outcome Measures Are We Interested In?
Open this section in a new window What Are the Available Alternatives?
Open this section in a new window Which Costs Are Included in the CEA?
Open this section in a new window Cost of Productivity Losses Averted
Open this section in a new window An Example
Open this section in a new window Test Your Understanding
Open this section in a new window Which Outcomes are Relevant in CEA?
Open this section in a new window Introduction
Open this section in a new window Outcome Implications in CEA
Open this section in a new window Outcomes: A Hypothetical Example
Open this section in a new window The Problem
Open this section in a new window The Data
Open this section in a new window Promote Child Safety Seat Use
Open this section in a new window Promote Seat Belt Use
Open this section in a new window Reduce Alcohol-Impaired Driving
Open this section in a new window Recommendations
Open this section in a new window Question
Open this section in a new window Answer
Open this section in a new window Decision Analysis
Open this section in a new window Decision Tree Components
Open this section in a new window The "Goal" Component
Open this section in a new window The "Alternative" Component
Open this section in a new window The "Chance Event" Component
Open this section in a new window The "Payoff" Component
Open this section in a new window Expected Value
Open this section in a new window Steps in Decision Analysis
Open this section in a new window Sensitivity Analysis
Open this section in a new window Advantages and Limitations of Decision Analysis
Open this section in a new window An Example: Decision Analysis
Open this section in a new window Test Your Understanding
Open this section in a new window Interpreting CEA Results
Open this section in a new window Cost Effectiveness Ratios
Open this section in a new window ACER
Open this section in a new window An Example of an ACER
Open this section in a new window MCER
Open this section in a new window ICER
Open this section in a new window An Example: Decision Analysis CERs
Open this section in a new window Exclusion Criteria
Open this section in a new window Notes for Table Columns
Open this section in a new window ACER
Open this section in a new window MCER
Open this section in a new window ICER
Open this section in a new window ICER Calculation for Program C
Open this section in a new window Decision Guidelines
Open this section in a new window When Assessing Independent Programs
Open this section in a new window When Assessing a Mix of Independent and Mutually Exclusive Programs
Open this section in a new window Within Each Group
Open this section in a new window Presentation of Results
Open this section in a new window Test Your Understanding
Open this section in a new window Glossary — CEA
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