Estimation of the costs of cervical cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment in rural Shanxi Province, China: a micro-costing study
BMC Health Services Research, 05/25/2012Shi JF et al.
Diagnostic costs were comparable to screening costs for high–volume screening but were greatly increased in lower– volume situations, which is a key consideration for the scale–up phase of new programs. The study's findings will facilitate cost–effectiveness evaluation and budget planning for cervical cancer prevention initiatives in China.
MDLinx connects healthcare professionals and patients to tomorrow's important medical news, while providing the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries with highly targeted interactive marketing, education, content, and medical research solutions.