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Table 6 Projected costs and health outcomes per 1000 persons over 20 years

From: Social and behavioral risk reduction strategies for tuberculosis prevention in Canadian Inuit communities: a cost-effectiveness analysis

Outcomes per 1000 persons (95% UR) Cost TB Incidence TB Deaths QALYs
Status Quo $1,199,205 ($765,946 → $1,883,900) 29.12 (19.06 → 43.21) 2.76 (1.32 → 6.25) 15,001.86 (14,968.20 → 15,014.70)
Tobacco Reduction Strategy $1,353,274 ($946,333 → $1,994,712) 27.51 (18.13 → 40.40) 2.39 (1.15 → 5.35) 15,004.96 (14,975.35 → 15,016.31)
Heavy Drinking Reduction Strategy $1,680,078 ($1,250,339 → $2,359,473) 28.92 (18.96 → 42.83) 2.73 (1.31 → 6.16) 15,002.17 (14,969.09 → 15,014.83)
Food Insecurity Reduction Strategy $3,300,445 ($2,876,803 → $3,974,764) 28.58 (18.75 → 42.26) 2.71 (1.30 → 6.13) 15,002.32 (14,969.19 → 15,014.94)
Food Insecurity Reduction Strategy and Tobacco Reduction Strategy $3,456,071 ($3,056,024 → $4,081,059) 27.02 (17.88 → 39.60) 2.35 (1.13 → 5.25) 15,005.36 (14,976.11 → 15,016.51)
Overcrowding Reduction Strategy $8,282,029 ($7,854,241 → $8,955,843) 28.84 (18.93 → 42.73) 2.74 (1.31 → 6.19) 15,002.18 (14,968.91 → 15,014.86)
All Four Reduction Strategies in Combination $11,021,792 ($10,630,433 → $11,635,312) 26.59 (17.67 → 38.87) 2.31 (1.12 → 5.12) 15,005.90 (14,977.39 → 15,016.78)