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change in cost
— The additional cost, for example, of a treatment in relation to a specified comparison treatment
incremental cost, difference in cost
The incremental cost of a treatment is the additional costs (resource use) or savings associated with the treatment in comparison to usual care (or “no treatment”), a placebo or another treatment.
cost · incremental cost-effectiveness ratio (ICER)
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