2012
DOI: 10.1016/j.jval.2012.03.877 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: OBJECTIVES:To examine the unit cost of inpatient service department of special ward at Banphaeo Hospital that reformed to be Public Organization( the new model) in Thailand. METHODS: Cost analysis from provider's perspective. Cost center was divided by function and the support units in hospitals into three categories: (1)Patient service PS (2) Revenue producing cost center RPCC ; and (3) non revenue producing cost center NRPCC. Total direct costs were composed of labour costs, material costs and capital costs.… Show more

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“…Although other literature databases could have been used, other previous works have shown that very few additional economic evaluations are found in databases other than Medline, while a number of papers may in fact be lost in other databases if substituted for Medline. 96–99 In order to avoid loss of sensitivity in our search strategy, we also used the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry of Tufts University, which uses an algorithm also launched in Medline plus a systematic review process in which only cost-utility analyses are included. 26 , 100 By using both sources, Medline and the CEA Registry, we were able to retrieve scientific papers that fulfilled our inclusion criteria.…”
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“…Although other literature databases could have been used, other previous works have shown that very few additional economic evaluations are found in databases other than Medline, while a number of papers may in fact be lost in other databases if substituted for Medline. 96–99 In order to avoid loss of sensitivity in our search strategy, we also used the Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) Registry of Tufts University, which uses an algorithm also launched in Medline plus a systematic review process in which only cost-utility analyses are included. 26 , 100 By using both sources, Medline and the CEA Registry, we were able to retrieve scientific papers that fulfilled our inclusion criteria.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning