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Fig. 1 | BMC Geriatrics

Fig. 1

From: Cost-effectiveness analysis of a multifactorial fall prevention intervention in older home care clients at risk for falling

Fig. 1

A cost-effectiveness acceptability curve indicates the probability that the intervention is cost-effective compared to usual care for a given willingness-to-pay value. The y-axis represents the probability that the intervention was cost-effective, and the x-axis represents a range of willingness-to-pay values. Cost-effectiveness acceptability curves for all (75+ years), young-old (75-84 years), and old-old (85-95 years)

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