Results: the response rate to the questionnaire was 89%. Acceptable levels of sensitivity and specificity were found for all types of health care. The number of visits and most of the drugs reported by patients were based on database estimates (c) > 0.40). Estimate of the overall cost of the questionnaire, which was agreed with those of the databases. Patient reports made inventory of supplements agreed with administrative documents relating to family physician office operations, but not pharmaceutical supplements. The cost of the search for the questionnaire method was less than one-third of the cost of the database method. A vibrating beam of H-2 was used to experimentally study the reaction dynamics of the two (endogenous) channels of the process of H-2 (n -0.1) -He -HeH-H for relative collision energy 3.58 eV and provide data for comparison with quasi-classical travolt calculations. The process continues through a direct mechanism. Compared to the dynamic reaction dynamics observed for the unselected beam, in which various vibrational reactances participated, the results show – in a good match between theory and experience – a significant decrease in forward dispersion and an increase in the peak of return translation energy. This is consistent with the simple idea that small collisions of impact parameters leading to wide-angle dispersion are needed to achieve an efficient translational energy transfer necessary to overcome the reaction barrier. Methods: We designed a patient questionnaire and used it in a clinical trial. We identified the corresponding data from four administrative databases.
We assessed aspects of the validity of the questionnaire based on sensitivity and specificity, Lins correlation coefficient (c) and Bland-Altman comparisons. . Результатов: 33. Точных совпадений: 33. Затраченное время: 125 мс . Background: Cost estimation is essential for economic analysis of health programs. Health care costs are often covered by administrative databases or patient reports. Administrative data provide only a partial representation of health costs and additional constraints.
The questionnaires completed by the patient may provide a broader representation of health costs; However, the validity and feasibility of such methods have not yet been determined. This study was conducted to assess the validity and feasibility of using a patient-completed questionnaire to measure the use and cost of health care for osteoarthritis patients and to compare the research costs of data collection methods. 1199 Berlin Adlershof, GDR. Conclusion: a questionnaire completed by the patient is possible for the registration of health care and costs for patients with osteoarthritis, and the data it collects most often corresponds to administrative databases. Caution should be exercised with respect to the application of unit costs and the collection of co-payment data. Индекс слова: 1-300, 301-600, 601-900, Больше.