We will study methods for evaluating the cost-effectiveness of integrated social welfare and health care services.

Costs cannot be used to support decision-making without linking them to care outcomes that are meaningful for patients. We will look at grouping applications and cost accounting approaches that encompass all services significant for an integrated analysis.

We will demonstrate how the costs of services and health outcomes can be analysed using actual service data from different regions and for different patient groups.


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