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Fig. 4 | BMC Health Services Research

Fig. 4

From: Short-term budget affordability of hepatitis C treatments for state Medicaid programs

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Total social value generated by each treatment scenario, relative to Baseline over 10 years($ millions), 3% discount rate, QALYs valued at $150,000 each. a Total social value, North Carolina. Notes: Baseline treats 6% of patients with Metavir fibrosis score F2 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Sobriety Restrictions treats 6% of patients with F2 and above, including PWIDs. Treat Early assumes a 66% diagnosis rate, treating 8% of patients with fibrosis score F0 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Access Restrictions treats 8% of patients with F0 and above, including PWIDs. b Total social value, Oregon. Notes: Baseline treats 10% of patients with Metavir fibrosis score F3 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Sobriety Restrictions treats 10% of patients with F3 and above, including PWIDs. Treat Early assumes a 66% diagnosis rate, treating 13% of patients with fibrosis score F0 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Access Restrictions treats 13% of patients with F0 and above, including PWIDs. c Total social value, Wisconsin. Notes: Baseline treats 18% of patients with Metavir fibrosis score F3 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Sobriety Restrictions treats 18% of patients with F3 and above, including PWIDs. Treat Early assumes a 66% diagnosis rate, treating 24% of patients with fibrosis score F0 and above, excluding PWIDs. Remove Access Restrictions treats 24% of patients with F0 and above, including PWIDs

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