Definition Edit

Cost-effectiveness analysis is an

analytic technique that compares the cost of two or more alternatives with the same outcome. Alternatively: analytic technique that evaluates an alternative by how much it delivers per unit cost, or how much has to be spent per unit benefit.[1]

References Edit

  1. DHS Risk Lexicon, at 10.

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