Journal of General Practice

ISSN: 2329-9126

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Assessing the Economic Efficiency of Clinical Guidelines


Melina Romeo*

Clinical guidelines play a vital role in healthcare by improving the quality and consistency of care. However, their economic efficiency is often overlooked. This article emphasizes the importance of conducting rigorous economic evaluations to assess the economic impact of clinical guidelines. By comparing the costs of developing guidelines to the subsequent changes in clinical practice, healthcare stakeholders can make informed decisions about resource allocation and maximize the value of guideline implementation. Although the main goal of clinical guidelines is to enhance patient outcomes, considering their economic implications is equally crucial. Economic evaluations offer a comprehensive assessment of the costs and benefits associated with guideline development and implementation.


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