Tag: willingness to pay

PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS EXPRESS STRONG WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR BIOLOGIC THERAPIES

Toronto, ON, Canada – Biologic therapies are an expensive group of drugs increasingly being used to treat inflammatory diseases in children and adults. Coverage in publicly-financed drug plans has been inconsistent and, at a cost of over $17,000 per year,

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Willingness To Pay For Diagnostic Tests

Boston, MA, USA – Diagnostic testing is one of the fastest growing areas of health care and an important driver of increasing health costs in the US. A new study, “Willingness to Pay for Diagnostic Technologies: A Review of the Contingent

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Patients Willing To Pay More For Avoiding Symptoms Of GERD

Hamilton, ON, Canada – Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) affects about 25% of the population in Western countries. Patients suffer symptoms at least monthly and five percent have daily heartburn.

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Self-Care Or Professional Help? The Role Of Symptom Severity

Aberdeen, UK – To design cost-effective health services, we need to understand how people choose to manage the symptoms they experience.

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Pricing The Side Effects Of Prostate Cancer Treatment

Diemen, The Netherlands – Increased sharing of information across jurisdictions regarding the assessments of pharmaceuticals may save costs and reduce duplication of efforts.

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