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Given an objective to obtain as much benefit as possible from the combined sub-programmes, then the choice would be 4 units of A and 3 of B which for llOO is the combination that yields the highest total benefit (that is l260). 1) that the marginal benefit of producing the 4th unit of A is i20, the marginal cost ilO and therefore the marginal benefit to marginal cost ratio is i20/ilO that is 2. For the 3rd unit ofB, the benefit isi40, the costi20 and the ratio ofmarginal benefit to marginal cost is again 2 (that isi40/i20).

This process would be continued until the benefit/cost ratio for the last unit produced in each sub-programme is the same, that is, the ratio of the marginal benefit to the marginal cost is equal in each. A numerical example will help to illustrate this. 1. (For ease of exposition it is assumed that marginal cost is constant in each sub-programme. 2 imply, many of the problems of health-care planning would be much reduced. Since it is not, then difficulties remain. ble, it is the thinking behind the process which is important rather than the numbers themselves.

This list could be extended and made even more complex. However, it serves to indicate that the specification ofthe objective in some detail is important in cost-effectiveness analysis. To have a simple objective, as in (1) above, might result in a very different policy from one which pursued more complicated objectives such as (6) or (7). In some instances it may be that the final definition of the objective will be dependent on the cost-effectiveness study itself. For example, different screening techniques may result in different rates of false positives which, in turn, could affect the objectives.

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