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Table 4 Summary ICER and sensitivity analysis, “NoFalls” exercise program

From: Economic evaluation of a group-based exercise program for falls prevention among the older community-dwelling population

Cost scenario GBP (2010)
Mixed gender Women only
Effect: Incremental QALYs 0.0009/0.0019 (women only) Incremental cost per QALY (Value at 95% Confidence)
AHA - base case (incremental cost £45.87/£43.31 - women only) £51483 (£99664) £22986 (£48212)
AHA - no venue and minimal equipment cost (incremental cost £29.68/£27.13 - women only) £33316 (£65218) £14397 (£30373)
Fitness instructor – base case (incremental cost £ 39.06/£36.51 - women only) £43845 (£84399) £19375 (£41002)
Fitness instructor – no venue and minimal equipment cost (incremental cost £22.88/£20.32 - women only) £25678 (£50649) £10786 (£23645)
Effect: Incremental falls averted 0.0703 (mixed gender and women only) Incremental cost per fall averted
AHA - base case £652 £616
AHA - no venue and minimal equipment cost £422 £386
Fitness instructor – base case £556 £519
Fitness instructor – no venue and minimal equipment cost £331 £289
Effect: Incremental injurious falls averted 0.039/0.043 (women only) Incremental cost per injurious fall averted
AHA - base case £1176 £1011
AHA - no venue and minimal equipment cost £761 £633
Fitness instructor – base case £1,002 £853
Fitness instructor – no venue and minimal equipment cost £596 £475
Effect: Incremental fractures averted 0.0017/0.0026 (women only) Incremental cost per fracture averted
AHA - base case £26236 £16581
AHA - no venue and minimal equipment cost £16978 £10385
Fitness instructor – base case £22343 £13976
Fitness instructor – no venue and minimal equipment cost £13294 £7780