May 15, 2019
New Models for Risk Adjustment
John Lin, Peter Veazie
Health Economics Resource Center (HERC)
Cost-effectiveness of depression treatments?
Augmentation with either aripiprazole or bupropion is cost-effective relative to switching to bupropion.
Risk adjustment is one way of adjusting for inherent differences in patients' underlying clinical needs.
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