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Table 1 Sources of data

From: Does multidisciplinary rehabilitation of tortured refugees represent ‘value-for-money’? A follow-up of a Danish case-study

  Cost-utility analysis Cost-benefit analysis
Cost Utility Cost Benefit
Variable/outcome Cost of treatment Quality Adjusted Life Years (QALY) Cost of treatment
Primary health care consumption
Employment Individual labour income
Family labour income
Source of information Financialaccounts (organisation) Questionnaire data: WHOQOL-Bref [27] Financial accounts (organisation)
Population registers (Statistics Denmark)
Population registers (Statistics Denmark)
Time period 2001 (representative year for individual treatment cost) 2001–2004 Patients were enrolled in the study at differing times and data collected at baseline, 9 and 23 months. 2001–2014 2001–2014