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Table 7 By site - Cost-effectiveness of SHHC. ICERs (vs Status Quo) from the payer or healthcare sector perspective

From: Cost-effectiveness of a community-based cardiovascular disease prevention intervention in medically underserved rural areas

Site ID Weight loss BMI reduction CRP reduction Simple 7 increase ASCVD QALY saved
3 284 759 *93,477 3495 136,276
5 156 394 442 675 455,779
6 *830 *2502 482 1341 58,924
8 343 954 921 921 186,004
11 157 625 341 1811 −16,991
12 793 1920 420 370 396,841
14 321 829 471 439 − 9480
16 290 741 572 859 *1,386,823
  1. ICERs for QALY saved are estimated from the healthcare perspective and ICERs for other outcomes are from the payer perspective. The negative ICERs represent cost savings. The “*” implies that the effect is in the unexpected direction. For example, an ICER for weight loss with “*” implies that on average participants gained instead of lost body weight after the SHHC