Applying the net-benefit framework for assessing cost-effectiveness of interventions towards universal health coverage Full Text
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation, 07/17/2012
Hounton S et al. – The incremental cost varies significantly by covariates. The probability of the CBHI achieving a 1% increase in utilization of health services, when the ceiling ratio is $1,000, is barely 30% for households in Nouna villages compared to 90% for households in Nouna town. Compared to the ICER, the NBF provides more useful information for policy making.