Variables | Range of values | Total costs | Mean difference | |
Control mean | Intervention mean | |||
Time cost for those employed | NOK·h^{−1} | |||
Base case | 106.2 | 16000 | 10500 | 5500 |
Low | 106.2×70% | 15900 | 10100 | 5800 |
High | 106.2×130% | 16100 | 10800 | 5200 |
Time cost for those not employed | NOK·h^{−1} | |||
Base case | 0 | 16000 | 10500 | 5500 |
Low | 106.2×70% | 16200 | 10700 | 5400 |
High | 106.2×130% | 16300 | 11000 | 5400 |
Cost of educational programme | NOK | |||
Base case | 916 | 16000 | 10500 | 5500 |
Low | Teaching costs | 16000 | 10100 | 5900 |
High | Teach costs×2 | 16000 | 10600 | 5400 |
Production loss | NOK·h^{−1} | |||
Base case | 106.2 | 16000 | 10500 | 5500 |
Low | 106.2×70% | 12500 | 9500 | 3000 |
High | 106.2×130% | 19500 | 11500 | 8000 |
Travel costs | NOK | |||
Base case | Bus fares | 16000 | 10500 | 5500 |
Low | 0 | 15900 | 10300 | 5600 |
High | Bus fares×4 | 16200 | 10900 | 5300 |
Cost items and differences are rounded off to nearest NOK 100
“Base case” is the assumption for the main conclusion. “Low” and “High” means low and high estimates for the assumptions
Regarding the patient education programme, the amount paid and reimbursed is exchanged with the cost of teaching when the scale of pay is used as a basis