Informing a cost-effectiveness threshold for Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Hamdan Al-Jedai, James Lomas, Hajer Yousef Almudaiheem, Yazed Sulaiman H. Al-Ruthia, Shabab Alghamdi, Nancy Awad, Ahlam Alghamdi, Mohammad A. Alowairdhi, Hana Alabdulkarim, Majid Almadi, Reem F. Bunyan & Jessica Ochalek
Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 aims to reform health care across the Kingdom, with health technology assessment being adopted as one tool promising to improve the efficiency with which resources are used. An understanding of the opportunity costs of reimbursement decisions is key to fulfilling this promise and can be used to inform a cost-effectiveness threshold. This paper is the first to provide a range of estimates of this using existing evidence extrapolated to the context...
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