Formulary Choices and Options:
Using Efficiency Frontier Analysis
and Cost Effectiveness Analysis

DATA ENTRY PAGE
Demo Version - for Unofficial Use and Testing Only
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[There are three different sample datasets below: A, B, C ]
You can analyze one dataset at a time.


Data Input Form "A"
(You can change values in yellow boxes, before you submit a form)

[it is usually better to list treatments from low to high cost]
Title of Analysis:   Options:    
Label for Treatment    
Option # Plots Name Cost Effect
Treatment 1
Treatment 2
Treatment 3
Treatment 4
Treatment 5
Treatment 6
Treatment 7
Data Input Form "B"
(You can change values in yellow boxes, before you submit a form)

[it is usually better to list treatments from low to high cost]
Title of Analysis:   Options:    
Label for Treatment    
Option # Plots Name Cost Effect
Treatment 1
Treatment 2
Treatment 3
Treatment 4
Treatment 5
Treatment 6
Treatment 7
Data Input Form "C"
(You can change values in yellow boxes, before you submit a form)

[it is usually better to list treatments from low to high cost]
Title of Analysis:   Options:    
Label for Treatment    
Option # Plots Name Cost Effect
Treatment 1
Treatment 2
Treatment 3
Treatment 4
Treatment 5
Treatment 6
Treatment 7

Calculator concepts were adapted from the following sources:

1. Ho MJ, Joish VN, Biskupiak JE.
The role of pharmacoeconomics in formulary management: triptan case study for migraine.
P&T Journal. January. 30(1):36-46, 2005.

2. Caro J. Methods for Assessment of the Relation of Benefits to Costs
in the German Statutory Health Care System.(www.iqwig.de) Feb 2008.

3. Bootman JL, Townsend R, McGhan WF. Principles of Pharmacoeconomics.
Chapter 15. Third Edition. Harvey Whitney Books.


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