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Cost effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers

Milton C. Weinstein

Cost effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers

by Milton C. Weinstein

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Published by Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Instrumental analysis -- Cost effectiveness.,
  • Chemistry, Analytic -- Cost effectiveness.,
  • Medical technology -- Cost effectiveness.,
  • Medical instruments and apparatus -- Cost effectiveness.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMilton C. Weinstein and Laurie A. Pearlman.
    SeriesThe implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology. Background paper #2. Case studies of medical technologies -- case study #4., Implications of cost-effectiveness analysis of medical technology -- case study #4.
    ContributionsPearlman, Laurie A., United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17765643M

    The most commonly used technique, flame AAS is compact, cost-effective, and highly suited to liquid or dissolved samples containing target analytes. As only a small portion of the sample ultimately arrives at the flame due to the aerosolizing process, flame AAS provides a relatively high interference removal, resulting in reliable accuracy. Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers; Milton C. Weinstein and Laurie A. Peadman (OTA-BP-H-9(4)) Periodontal Disease: Assessing the Effectiveness and Costs of the Keyes Technique; Richard M. Scheffler and Sheldon Rovin (OTA-BP-H-9(5)) The Cost Effectiveness of Bone Marrow Transplant Therapy and Its Policy Implications;.

    Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers; Milton C. Weinstein and Laurie A. Pearlman (OTA-BP-H-9(4)) Periodontal Disease: Assessing the Effectiveness and Costs of the Keyes Technique; Richard M. Scheffler and Sheldon Rovin (O-I-A-BP-H-9(5)) The Cost Effectiveness of Bone Marrow Transplant Therapy and Its Policy Implications;. Physician response to, as well as outcome, cost and health effectiveness of the alkaline phosphatase component of an automated chemical screening panel in the primary medical care setting were studied. Out of unexpected deviations, only one new diagnosis resulted—type A viral hepatitis.

    Cost Benefit/Cost Effectiveness of Medical Technologies: A Case Study of Orthopedic Joint Implants (September ) Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers (May ) The Cost Effectiveness of Bone Marrow Transplant Therapy and Its Policy Implications (May ). There are analyzers suitable for every sized laboratory, from small point-of-care systems to large, high throughput, automated platforms. Figure 7: Randox, Evidence Investigator The following is a summary of some key areas of disease state analysis that have been transformed by the automation of immunoassay testing.


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COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY MAY BACKGROUND PAPER#2: CASE STUDIES OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES CASE STUDY#4: COST EFFECTIVENESS OF AUTOMATED MULTICHANNEL CHEMISTRY ANALYZERS 4 Milton C. Weinstein, Ph.D. Professor of Policy and Decision Sciences and Laurie A.

Pearlman, B.A. Harvard School of Public Health. Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers. View/ Open. View/Open: PDF (kB) Bookview. Contributor. Health Program (C. Behney) Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers  Weinstein, Milton C.

and Pearlman, Laurie A. () Related Items in Google Scholar. Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers (Part 5 of 5) Author: Health Program (C.

Behney) Subject: References Keywords: Health and health technology Created Date: 12/11/ PM. The cost effectiveness of multichannel ana- lyzers depends on the incremental health benefits derived from the additional deter- minations that are required to make multi- channel analyzers economically efficient compared to alternative methods.

Case Study #4: Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers 7 elements, each of which may have many clinical uses. Within this analytic framework, we survey the evidence that bears on the question of costwe review the available data concerning the costs of multi-channel chemistry analysis.

Finally, we. Automated multi-channel chemistry analyzer. Source Ed Neren (Hycel brochure) Bibliography Weinstein MC, Pearlman LA. Cost effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers. Background paper #2: case studies of medical technologies, Office of Technology Assessment, Washington DC, May Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers  Health Program (C.

Behney) (United States. Congress. Office of Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers. Creator. Weinstein, Milton C. and Pearlman, Laurie A. Bibliographic Citation. Author(s): Weinstein,Milton C; Pearlman,Laurie A; United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.

Title(s): Cost effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers/ Milton C. Weinstein and Laurie A. Pearlman. Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers: en: ance: Citation prepared by the Library and Information Services group of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University for the ETHXWeb database.

en: ance. Clinical blood chemistry Food and beverage processing Fully modular and with a range of upgrades available, the YSI and Series feature an intuitive graphical user interface and a touch screen display, making series analyzers the easiest to use and most cost effective way to measure the following chemistries in a wide range of.

A case study by the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) that "touches on only some of the aspects of technology assessment that might be undertaken with respect to multichannel chemistry analyzers. Cost Effectiveness of Automated Multichannel Chemistry Analyzers; Milton C.

Weinstein and Laurie A. Pearlman (OTA-BP-H-9(4)) Periodontal Disease: Assessing the Effectiveness and Costs of the Keyes Technique; Richard M. Scheffler and Sheldon Rovin (OTA-BP-H-9(5)) The Cost Effectiveness of Bone Marrow Transplant Therapy and Its Policy Implications.

Benefits: Reduction - variability of results -Errors of analysis Avoidance- -Manual- boredom or inattention Improved reproducibility-Quality improvement Skill fully designed automated instrument Good analytical methods Effective QA program Cost Effectiveness Weinstein MC, Pearlman LA.

Cost-effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers. Case study number 4. In (Office of Technology Assessment) Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical Technology.

Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. Google Scholar. Cost-effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, April (Health technology case study series #4).

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Weinstein and Laurie A. Pearlman (OT’A-BP-H-9(4)) Periodontal Disease: Assessing the Effectiveness and Costs of the Keyes Technique; Richard M. Scheffler and Sheldon Rovin (OTA-BP-H-9(5)) The Cost Effectiveness of Bone Marrow Transplant Therapy and Its Policy.

There is controversy over the cost-effectiveness of POCT versus centralized laboratory testing particularly since cost-effectiveness and patient outcomes data are lacking. Research from the early s found that the cost per test using a POCT analyzer was significantly higher than central laboratory costs (Tsai et al., ).

Automation 1. Automation in Clinical Chemistry Tapeshwar Yadav (Lecturer) BMLT, DNHE, Medical Biochemistry 2. What is Automation Use of laboratory instruments and specimen processing equipment to perform clinical laboratory assays with only minimal involvement of technologist.

Automation in clinical laboratory is a process by which analytical instruments perform many tests. S. Coverly, in Encyclopedia of Analytical Science (Second Edition), Introduction.

Segmented flow analysis (SFA) was a pioneering development in laboratory automation. It was conceived in the s by Leonard Skeggs, a researcher in a clinical laboratory, and within a decade of its development, became the dominant technique in automated clinical analysis.assessment, The Implications of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Medical Technology.

That assessment analyzes the feasibility, implications, and value of using cost-effec-tiveness and cost-benefit analysis (CEA/CBA) in health care decisionmaking. The ma-jor, policy-oriented report of the assessment was published in August In addition.Milton C Weinstein has written: 'Cost effectiveness of automated multichannel chemistry analyzers' -- subject(s): Analytic Chemistry, Chemistry, Analytic, Cost effectiveness, Instrumental analysis.