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Table 3 Total potential attributable opportunity cost savings

From: The societal benefits of reducing six behavioural risk factors: an economic modelling study from Australia

  Uncorrected individual risk factors Combined risk factors
Attributable IPV
($mill)
High risk alcohol
($mill)
Poor diet
($mill)
Physical inactivity
($mill)
Tobacco smoking
($mill)
High BMI
($mill)
Corrected for JE
($mill)
Total production (FCA) 1,801 1,224 63 1,135 1,215 742 3,540
Health sector offsets 207 2,275 206 672 1,412 812 5,329
Total 2,008 3,498 269 1,807 2,627 1,554 8,869
  1. The data in this table represents the current estimated production and health sector costs based on current risk factor prevalence estimates. FCA: Friction cost approach for valuing workforce productivity losses; IPV: Intimate Partner Violence; BMI: Body mass index; JE: adjusted for joint effects of risk factors; $mill: Australian dollars in millions.