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A $4.9 Billion Decrease in Health Care Expenditure

2016

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Pegeen Walsh Ontario Public Health Association Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences v A $4.9 BILLION DECREASE IN HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE: THE TEN-YEAR IMPACT OF IMPROVING SMOKING, ALCOHOL, DIET AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ONTARIO About the Organizations The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute Involved in this Report The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute is the research arm of The Ottawa Hospita [...] The estimates derived individuals aged 25 and older were estimated using health care budget and the actual health care budget from Model 1 (simply age and behaviours) and Model the distribution of health care spending by age within in each year provided an annual estimate of the change 5 (the over-adjusted model) were used as upper and the health care sector costs calculated at ICES. [...] The three scenarios from our sensitivity analysis demonstrate results that are similar to our main 9 Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences FINDINGS A $4.9 BILLION DECREASE IN HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE: THE TEN-YEAR IMPACT OF IMPROVING SMOKING, ALCOHOL, DIET AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ONTARIO The use of multivariable algorithms and the direct The Study in Context attribution of health behaviours t [...] In other words, for every $1 increase in Integration Networks.34,35 A greater investment in health care costs for individuals with favourable versus health care expenditure due to aging, there was a 21¢ disease prevention and population health could help unfavourable health behaviours and socioeconomic reduction in expenditure from improving health increase the sustainability of health care by red [...] Our study is one of the few that has Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences 12 A $4.9 BILLION DECREASE IN HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE: THE TEN-YEAR IMPACT OF IMPROVING SMOKING, ALCOHOL, DIET AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN ONTARIO Exhibits 13 Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences EXHIBITS A $4.9 BILLION DECREASE IN HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE: THE TEN-YEAR IMPACT OF IMPROVING SMOKING, ALCOHOL, DIET AND

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