Additional file 1: of Can cost-effectiveness results be combined into a coherent league table? Case study from one high-income country
journal contributionposted on 06.08.2019 by Nick Wilson, Anna Davies, Naomi Brewer, Nhung Nghiem, Linda Cobiac, Tony Blakely
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Table A1. Examples of the types of studies that were excluded from this review and league table development (albeit with some being briefly described in Table A3). Table A2. Additional commentary on the interventions in Table 2 of the main manuscript for the 21 New Zealand cost-effectiveness studies identified and published in the period 1 January 2010 to 8 October 2017 (ordered by decreasing cost-effectiveness, with additional details on each study in Table A4 and Table A5). Table A3. Additional cost-benefit analysis or other types of cost-effectiveness analyses identified for New Zealand in the period 1 January 2010 to 8 October 2017 (i.e., not using the QALY/DALY/LY metrics). Table A4. Summary of the methods characteristics of the 21 studies with cost-effectiveness analyses for New Zealand in the period 1 January 2010 to 8 October 2017 (included studies are ordered alphabetically by first author surname). Table A5. Results of the included studies for New Zealand in the period 1 January 2010 to 8 October 2017 (ordered alphabetically by first author surname). (DOCX 200 kb)