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 IntroductionJump to page 1.
Framing a CBA
The first stage in conducting a CBA is framing the study, which determines the research framework of the study.
We will use Influenza vaccination to illustrate this discussion of Framing.
Framing a CBA involves these six steps:
1. Defining the Problem
2. Identifying Interventions
3. Defining the Audience
4. Defining the Perspective
5. Defining the Time Frame and Analytic Horizon
6. Defining the Discount Rate
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 Valuation of Health OutcomesJump to page 3.
 Calculating and Presenting the Summary Measures Jump to page 4.
 Glossary — Cost Benefit AnalysisJump to page Glossary.
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