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Getting cost-effective technologies into practice: the value of implementation

The aim of this research is to set out a formal analytic framework to allow for the evaluation of different implementation initiatives in a manner consistent with those methods currently employed for health technology assessment by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in England and Wales. This research is being undertaken in two phases. The first phase involves a review of the evidence around the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of implementation initiatives. The second phase will involve the development of a formal analytic framework for determining the cost-effectiveness of implementation initiatives and its application in a number of case studies.

 

Project team:  Simon Walker, Rita Faria, Munira Essat, Timothy Gomersall, Sabine Grimm, Anju Keetharuth, Simon Dixon, Stephen Palmer, Mark Sculpher  

Contact: Rita Faria. Click here to email Rita.

 

Essat M, Faria R, Gomersall T, Grimm S, Keetharuth A, Walker S, Dixon S, Palmer S, Sculpher M. (2013). Getting cost effectiveness technologies into practice: the value of implementation. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 005. Policy paper/document published 30/04/2013. Innovation - Getting cost effective technologies into practice: the value of implementation

 

Walker S, Faria R, Dixon S, Palmer S, Sculpher M. (2013). Getting cost-effectiveness technologies into practice: the value of implementation. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 014. Policy paper/document published 30/12/2013. Innovation - Getting cost effective technologies into practice: the value of implementation

 

Faria R, Walker S, Whyte S, Dixon S, Palmer S, Sculpher M. (2014). Getting cost-effective technologies into practice: the value of implementation An application to novel anticoagulants in the prevention of stroke and systemic embolism. Policy Research Unit in Economic Evaluation of Health and Care Interventions. Universities of Sheffield & York; EEPRU Research Report 022. Policy paper/document published 01/09/2014 Innovation - Getting cost effective technologies into practice: the value of implementation