The cost-effectiveness of hospital-based telephone coaching for people with type 2 diabetes: a 10 year modelling analysis.

Source: Varney, J. E., et al. 2016 - Pubmed ID: 27678079

Setting: Australia, Hospital

Study design:

Cost utility analysis based on data from RCT

Follow up: (10 years)

Patient group:

Sample size:

Total: 94

IG: NA

CG: NA

Inclusion criteria:

Diabetes type 2

HbA1C greater than 7%

Type of technology:

Telephone

Intervention:

Intervention: Cost utility analysis based on data from RCT with a 6 months intervention. It was assumed that IG would receive telephone coaching for 10 years.

The diabetes telephone coaching study: Diabetes coaching defined as regular provision of telephone advice and coaching that that addressed lifestyle modification and adherence to treatment

Duration: NA

Add on: NA

Control group:  usual care

Clinical effect/ Patient safety:

Clinical effect:

– QALY →

Patient safety:

NA

Patient experiences/ Staff experiences:

Patient experiences:

NA

Staff experiences:

NA

Costs and organization:

Investment:

NA

Running:

Telephone coaching

Organization:

NA

Health care utilization:

– Health care costs →

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Information

“↑”: Statistically significant increase

“↓”: Statistically significant decrease

“→”: Statistically insignificant (no difference)