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DATE

2002-12

AUTHORS

I. Durand-Zaleski, P. Dupouy, D.P. Coste Carrié, A. Furber, S. Bastuji-Garin, P.G. Steg, J.-L. Dubois-Randé, M. Kern, A. Lafont

ABSTRACT

Provisional stenting is associated with longer physician time but the use of fewer stents. This randomized controlled trial in tertiary care in French hospitals compared strategies of systematic and provisional stenting. We estimated the costs and financial incentives associated with each strategy, based on individual data on 12-month resource use drawn from a 251-patient database.Resources were evaluated using French costs; data on costs in the United States were drawn from the literature and interviews with hospital administrators in one center. In France 1-year costs were $8,267±528 for provisional stenting and $7,973±553 for systematic stenting, compared to $18,715 and $18,632 in the United States. Given the uncertainty of longterm results, the choice between stenting strategies might be guided by financial incentives. In the United States financial incentives favor systematic stenting, while in France public hospitals and physicians are neutral. More... »

PAGES

235-239

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15609148


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