Once of the following isn't correct about cost-effectiveness analysis? which one is not correct?
1) What if plan A and plan B are two options to be compared. Ca and Cb are costs of two programs; while Ea and Eb are consequence of two plans. Incremental cost effectiveness ratio (ICER) is defined by the difference in cost between two interventions, divided by the difference in their effect: (Ca-Cb)/(Ea-Eb).
2) Through a cost-effectiveness analysis, we can only choose one single effect of interest that is common to both alternatives.
3) Compared between Plan A and Plan B in a cost-effectiveness analysis, if [Cost of Plan A] > [Cost of Plan B], and [Effect of Plan A] < [Effect of Plan B], we can make the decision without calculating incremental cost-effectiveness ratio.
4) Through a cost-effectiveness analysis, we should not include savings of medical resources utilization due to health improvement after the intervention.
4) Through a cost-effectiveness analysis, we should not... View the full answer