Andrew Sadler

Andrew Sadler
Hochschule Neubrandenburg

Master of Science

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Background The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG) recommends the concept of the efficiency frontier to assess health care interventions. The efficiency frontier supports regulatory decisions on reimbursement prices for the appropriate allocation of health care resources. Until today this cost-benefit assessment frame...
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Ziel/Hintergrund Bei der Präferenzmessung mit Discrete-Choice-Experimenten (DCE) wird implizit angenommen, dass die Befragten alle gegebenen Informationen bei der Entscheidungsfindung berücksichtigen. Studien zeigten jedoch, dass in komplexen Befragungssituationen Verarbeitungsstrategien wie Attribute Non-Attendance (ANA) genutzt werden, um Wahlent...
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Background: The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (Institut für Qualität und Wirtschaftlichkeit im Gesundheitswesen) adapted the efficiency frontier (EF) approach to conform to statutory provisions on cost-effectiveness analysis of health technologies. EF serves as a framework for evaluating cost-effectiveness and indirect...
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Zusammenfassung Hintergrund Das IQWiG entwickelte die Methodik der Effizienzgrenze, um den gesetzlichen Vorgaben über die Bewertung der Wirtschaftlichkeit von Gesundheitstechnologien nachzukommen. Bislang wurden Effizienzgrenzen nur auf Basis einzelner Endpunkte berechnet. Dies widerspricht der Realität eines multidimensionalen Patientennutzens. Zi...
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Problem Policymakers must decide on interventions to control the pandemic. These decisions are driven by weighing the risks and benefits of various non-pharmaceutical intervention alternatives. Due to the nature of the pandemic, these decisions are not based on sufficient evidence regarding the effects, nor are decision-makers informed about the wi...
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Objective To examine subgroup-specific treatment preferences and characteristics of patients with hemophilia A. Methods Best–Worst Scaling (BWS) Case 3 (four attributes: application type; bleeding frequencies/year; inhibitor development risk; thromboembolic events of hemophilia A treatment risk) conducted via online survey. Respondents chose the b...
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Background There are unresolved procedural and medical problems in the care of diabetes, which cause high costs for health systems. These include the inadequate glycemic adjustment, care gaps, therapeutic inertia, and a lack of motivation. Personalized diabetes management can be seen as a kind of “standard process” that provides both physicians and...
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Objective To assess patient preferences for benefits and risks in hemophilia A treatment. Methods A systematic literature search and pretest interviews were conducted to determine the most patient-relevant endpoints in terms of effects, risks, and administration of hemophilia A treatments. A Best–Worst Scaling (BWS; Case 3 or multiprofile case) ap...
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Zusammenfassung Discrete Choice Experimente (DCE) sind eine wichtige Methode zur Erfassung von Patientenpräferenzen. Neuroendokrine Tumore (NET) sind eine seltene Krankheit und daher ist es schwierig, eine ausreichende Anzahl von Studienteilnehmern für Präferenzstudien zu gewinnen. Darüber hinaus gibt es kaum internationale Standards für die Bestim...
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OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to examine subgroup-specific treatment preferences and characteristics of patients with hemophilia A. METHODS: A Best-Worst Scaling Case 3 with four attributes was conducted as online survey. Attributes represented type of application, bleeding frequencies/year, risk of inhibitor development and risk of thrombo...
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Background: Demographic trends affect size and age structure of populations. One of the consequences will be an increasing need for blood products to treat age-related diseases. Donation services rely on voluntariness and charitable motivation. It might be questioned whether there will be sufficient blood supply with voluntary donation. The present...
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Background: Severe hypercholesterolemia is a major risk factor of death in patients with coronary heart disease. New adjunctive drug therapies (proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 [PCSK9] inhibitors) have gained approval in Europe and the USA. Objective: In this empirical study, we documented preferences regarding adjuvant drug therapy...
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Despite a steady increase in total blood collections and voluntary non-remunerated blood donors, China continues to have many challenges with its blood donation system. The country's donation rate remains low at 9%o, with over 60% of donors being first-time donors. Generally there is a lack of adequate public awareness about blood donation. The con...

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