2012
DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2012.682632 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Metastatic and recurrent, locally-advanced HNC patients frequently receive cancer-related treatments and incur substantial economic burden.

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“…Most (nine of 12) have used commercial or publically available US databases of administrative claims [9, 20, 34, 38, 41, 50, 54, 55, 78], with one each using the Hospital Episode Statistic (HES) database in the UK [37], hospital records from five Dutch university hospitals [69], or a regional cancer center in Brazil [51]. Time horizons, databases, demographic and disease subpopulations, and costing years have ranged widely, hindering comparisons.…”
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“…Most (nine of 12) have used commercial or publically available US databases of administrative claims [9, 20, 34, 38, 41, 50, 54, 55, 78], with one each using the Hospital Episode Statistic (HES) database in the UK [37], hospital records from five Dutch university hospitals [69], or a regional cancer center in Brazil [51]. Time horizons, databases, demographic and disease subpopulations, and costing years have ranged widely, hindering comparisons.…”
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“…Both analyzed data from a commercial database and the Medicare database, with one adding data from other sources, including Medicaid, the program designed to insure the poor and disabled. Kim Le et al [38], using commercial and Medicare data, calculated a 6-month adjusted cost to public and private US payers of US$60,414 for metastatic and US$21,141 for recurrent disease (2008 US$). Most of the incremental cost stemmed from outpatient visits, approximately a third from inpatient costs, and 11–13 % from drug cost.…”
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