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9. How much money can be saved by making sure intensive home treatment is considered when patients present in a crisis severe enough to warrant admission?

This is the fifth report from England’s National Audit Office. The aim of this paper is to assess the economic implications of properly integrating intensive home treatment services into the acute care pathway, so that they offer home treatment as … Continue reading

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4. Impact of the South Islington CRT team on service costs

The conclusions from this economic evaluation were that intensive home treatment appeared to reduce the costs compared to usual care, but the amount was not statistically significant. Further controlled trials are needed for a full cost effectiveness analysis. This was … Continue reading

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2.Economic Evaluation of a crisis resolution team : a randomized controlled trial

Economic evaluation of a crisis resolution service: A randomised controlled trial       1Health Service and Population Research Department, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London (United Kingdom) 2Department of Mental Health Sciences, Royal Free and University College Medical Schools, … Continue reading

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