The role of cognition in cost-effectiveness analyses of behavioral interventions Full Text
Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation, 03/02/2012
Prenger R et al. – Potential value of cognitive states in CEA, as a way to account for partial behavior change, is to some extent recognized but not (yet) integrated in the field. In conclusion, CEAs should consider, and where appropriate incorporate measures of partial behavior change when reporting effectiveness and hence cost–effectiveness.