Cost-Effectiveness of a Community-Based Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Intervention in Medically Underserved Rural Areas
Details the results of a cost analysis and cost-effectiveness
analyses (CEAs) between the Strong Hearts, Healthy
Communities (SHHC) program and a control program looking at
changes in cardiovascular disease risk factors among
overweight or obese women aged 40 and older living in
medically underserved rural areas in Montana and New York.
Hua Wang, Donald Kenkel, Meredith L. Graham, et al.
BMC Health Services Research, 19, 315
Cardiovascular disease · Service delivery models · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Women · Montana · New York