High-risk individuals' willingness to pay for diabetes risk-reduction programs.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVE:The purpose of this study was to estimate how much at-risk individuals are willing to pay for type 2 diabetes primary prevention programs. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS:An Internet-based, choice-format conjoint survey was presented to individuals at elevated risk for type 2 diabetes. Hypothetical diabetes risk-reduction programs included seven features: diet, exercise, counseling, medication, weight loss goal, risk reduction, and program costs. The sample included 582 individuals aged > or =45 years, two-thirds of whom were obese. Conditional logit models were used to calculate participants' willingness to pay for risk reduction programs. Each respondent's self-assessed risk of developing diabetes was compared with an objective measure based on a diabetes screening tool. RESULTS:Many respondents underestimated their personal risk of developing diabetes. Those with a low perceived risk were less likely to indicate that they would participate in a diabetes prevention program. Individuals had the strongest preference for programs with large weight loss goals, fewer restrictions on diet, and larger reductions in the risk of diabetes. Respondents were willing to pay approximately $1,500 over 3 years to participate in a lifestyle intervention program similar to the Diabetes Prevention Program. Individuals with a high perceived risk were willing to pay more than individuals with lower perceived risk. CONCLUSIONS:Many individuals will be willing to participate in interventions to delay or prevent diabetes if the interventions are subsidized, but most will be unwilling to pay the full program cost. Our results also offer insights for designing risk-reduction programs that appeal to potential participants.

journal_name

Diabetes Care

journal_title

Diabetes care

authors

Johnson FR,Manjunath R,Mansfield CA,Clayton LJ,Hoerger TJ,Zhang P

doi

10.2337/dc05-2221

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-06-01 00:00:00

pages

1351-6

issue

6

eissn

0149-5992

issn

1935-5548

pii

29/6/1351

journal_volume

29

pub_type

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