Systematic overview of cost-effectiveness thresholds in ten countries across four continents.

Abstract:

AIM:To provide an overview of thresholds for incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs) representing willingness-to-pay (WTP) across multiple countries and insights into exemptions pertaining to the ICER (e.g., cancer). To compare ICER thresholds to individual country's estimated ability-to-pay. MATERIALS & METHODS:We included AHRQ/USA, BIQG-GOEG/Austria, CADTH/Canada, DAHTA@DIMDI/Germany, DECIT-CGATS/Brazil, HAS/France, HITAP/Thailand, IQWiG/Germany, LBI-HTA/Austria, MSAC/Australia, NICE/England/Wales and SBU/Sweden. ICER thresholds were derived from systematic literature/website search/expert surveys. WTP was compared with ATP using Spearman's rank correlation. RESULTS:Two general and explicitly acknowledged thresholds (England/Wales, Thailand), implicit thresholds in six countries and different ICER thresholds/decision-making rules in oncology were identified. Correlation between WTP and ability-to-pay was moderate. DISCUSSION:Our overview supports country-specific discussions on WTP and on how to define value(s) within societies.

journal_name

J Comp Eff Res

authors

Schwarzer R,Rochau U,Saverno K,Jahn B,Bornschein B,Muehlberger N,Flatscher-Thoeni M,Schnell-Inderst P,Sroczynski G,Lackner M,Schall I,Hebborn A,Pugner K,Fehervary A,Brixner D,Siebert U

doi

10.2217/cer.15.38

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2015-09-01 00:00:00

pages

485-504

issue

5

eissn

2042-6305

issn

2042-6313

journal_volume

4

pub_type

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