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Open this section in a new window What Is an Economic Evaluation?
Open this section in a new window Why Should Economic Evaluations Be Conducted?
Open this section in a new window Interventions and Programs Must Be Feasible
Open this section in a new window Biologic Feasibility
Open this section in a new window Epidemiologic Effectiveness
Open this section in a new window Political and Social Feasibility
Open this section in a new window Crucial Questions
Open this section in a new window Is the Program Affordable?
Open this section in a new window Which Costs and Outcomes Are Attributable to the Program?
Open this section in a new window How Does the Program Compare with Other Programs?
Open this section in a new window A Benefits Versus Costs Example
Open this section in a new window What Forms of Economic Evaluation Can We Use?
Open this section in a new window Cost Analysis
Open this section in a new window Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
Open this section in a new window Cost-Utility Analysis
Open this section in a new window Cost-Benefit Analysis
Open this section in a new window How Do We Determine Which Form of Evaluation To Use?
Open this section in a new window By the Alternatives To Be Compared and Whether Outcomes Are To Be Examined
Open this section in a new window By the Decision-Making Level
Open this section in a new window At the Highest Level
Open this section in a new window At the Next Level
Open this section in a new window At the Micro Level
Open this section in a new window What Next?
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