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In response purchase cardizem 180mg otc heart attack types, Koopmanshap and Rutten (13) have argued that budgets are arbitrary divisions in the allocation of resources cheap cardizem 60 mg visa arterial blood gas test, so productivity changes should be included quality 180mg cardizem hypertension 3rd trimester. A related argument concerns the inclusion of productivity gains or costs in cost-utility analyses cardizem 120mg visa blood pressure chart vs age. If we follow this route and focus more on aggregate health in society rather than individual utility, the productivity costs or gains can be seen as non-health effects. As the maximand ‘health gains’ are used under the extra welfarist approach, one may argue that there is no place for productivity costs or gains in health economic evaluations. Valuation of productivity gains and losses One issue is whether or not to include time gained or forgone in health economic evaluations. The approach has been used in cost-benefit analyses to value the benefit side, and income gains has been used as the only benefit. It is, however, not based on the principles of welfare economics as it takes a more narrow approach and implicitly assumes that income is the only source of welfare and that the aim is to maximise the gross national product. In principle, time used outside the labour market has an opportunity cost as the time is limited, and there are alternative uses of the time. Assuming that a choice exists between paid work and leisure time, the opportunity cost of working time is forgone leisure, which can be valued at the 23 margin as wage net of taxes on income. Likewise, the change in time for household production should be valued as the net wage, provided that there is a real choice between allocation time to employment or household production and leisure time. An alternative approach is to include the value of time in household production estimated by the cost of buying these services on the market. Thus, the gross wage rate of individuals in paid work of the same type would be the relevant value of time. It has been argued that this would be an upper bound as the household production is probably less efficient (11b). In contrast, loss of productive time due to sickness absence from work should be valued by gross wage rate (as in the present study) as the opportunity cost is the loss of production. In their approach it is argued that cost of lost production is simply the time it takes to replace a worker, provided that there exist some unemployment. The opportunity cost of absence from work due to sickness, invalidity or death is then identical to the production loss during the time span it takes to substitute a worker with another. Thus, they assume that the long term cost of absence is zero when unemployment exists (and there is a negligible productivity loss). When applied to production gains, it would be lower compared to the remaining lifetime earning. But, if applied in the present study, the productivity gains would almost disappear. One of the problems with this way of reasoning is that the same kind of logic might be applied on the cost side of healthcare implying that the opportunity cost of using healthcare personnel may be negligible when unemployment exists among healthcare personnel. We have chosen to concur with the human capital approach and assume that the probability of a treated patient without any impediments to have a job is equal to the percentage of the total number of people who are actively participating on the labour market. The panel was concerned that monetary valuation of changes in productivity, in particular in case of changed mortality, would result in double counting. The panel wished to keep the monetary valuation of all effects that were on resources, separated from the valuation of effects that could be considered to be directly associated with individual health (11). This point of view is also controversial, however, and has been discussed in the literature. An important contribution by the panel was a listing of several components of productivity costs, and they stressed that change in mortality or morbidity would affect various areas of the economy through change in productivity. They take the point of view of loss due to health, while we take the opposite view – gains due to treatment. This notion does not, however, reflect the scenario in countries such as Denmark where people are to some extent compensated for loss in net income caused by illness. If people are largely compensated disutility associated with loss of income will not be reflected in valuations of health states. In future work, we may refine the calculations by using these components of overall productivity effects due to illness. In the present work we have not divided productivity changes into categories, but presented total societal production gains/losses due to changes in health. To some, it is considered as purely health related quality of life, that is, utility derived from health per se.

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