Modeling the indirect economic implications of musculoskeletal disorders and treatment

Source:  Cost Effectiveness and Resources Allocation 2013, 11:5

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Date of publication:  15 March 2013

Publication type:  Journal article

In a nutshell:  Study that looks at the non-medical economic benefits of hip and knee replacements such as employment prospects, increase in household income, reduction in reliance on benefits and a reduction in sickness absence.

Length of publication:  1 page

Acknowledgement:  Cost Effectiveness and Resource Allocation


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