The paper compares the cost-effectiveness of IV-tPA alone versus mechanical thrombectomy and IV-tPA as a bridging therapy in eligible patients in the UK National Health Service.
This paper explores the impact of all single rooms hospitals on staff and patient experience, safety outcomes and costs.
This report presents the results of an evaluation of all single rooms hospitals on workforce, patients and staff.
In this paper we assess the cost of hospitalisations associated with sickle cell disease (SCD) with crisis in England. We use data from Hospital Episodes Statistics for all hospital episodes in England between 2010-2011, recording Sickle Cell Anaemia with Crisis as primary diagnosis. In 2010-2011, England had 6,077 admissions associated with SCD with crisis as primary diagnosis.
We conducted a literature review to assess the potential benefits and costs of patients and public involvement (PPI) and the challenges in carrying out an economic evaluation of PPI.
This review shows the past development and present availability of instruments to measure health-related quality of life (HRQoL), the scarce studies in which such instruments have been used in screening campaigns, and the findings.
In this prospective study we assess the costs and cost-effectiveness of routinely offering HIV tests in four
settings in London: Emergency Department, Acute Care Unit, Dermatology Outpatients and Primary Care.
In this study we assess the cost and cost-effectiveness of a screening program to prevent colorectal cancer in an Italian Region.
In this study we assess the costs and benefit of alternative delivery methods: natural delivery with and without epidural, elective caesarean section and caesarean section in emergency.
In this study we asses the cost of a faecal occult blood test screeening strategy to diagnose colorectal cancer in Italy