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Table 2 Summary of results following the expansion of the Be Active scheme

From: Estimating the cost-effectiveness of salt reformulation and increasing access to leisure centres in England, with PRIMEtime CE model validation using the AdViSHE tool

  Males (95% CI) Females (95% CI) Total (mean; 95% CI)
Cost per QALY - overall 652,388 (458,290 to 951,568) 818,121 (580,315 to 1,186,274) 727,300 (743,301; 513,736 to 1,063,585)
Change in QALYs 872 (614 to 1197) 723 (518 to 984) 1597 (1609; 1134 to 2169)
NHS savings (£) 5,772,494 (3,975,940 to 8,107,746) 4,627,015 (3,206,297 to 6,477,924) 10,402,110 (10,475,147; 7,190,945 to 14,583,876)
Social care savings (£) 6,997,737 (3,810,312 to 11,073,841) 7,186,580 (3,995,764 to 11,333,750) 14,181,040 (14,433,928; 7,838,893 to 22,409,996)
Intervention costs (£) 576,601,063 (431,869,562 to 784,540,463) 600,728,881 (449,926,458 to 817,269,990) 1177,329,943 (1197,898,500; 881,796,020 to 1,601,810,453)
Cost per QALY - NHS perspective (£) 660,208 (466,633 to 959,372) 829,675 (589,731 to 1,196,543) 735,851 (752,329; 521,112 to 1,071,650)
Cost per QALY - social care perspective (£) 658,986 (464,292 to 958,713) 824,804 (586,489 to 1,193,704) 733,402 (749,844; 519,764 to 1,069,979)
  1. Results presented are the median values from the Monte Carlo simulation, as such, the numbers in the final column may not equal the sum of males and females; 95% uncertainty intervals in parentheses; QALY quality adjusted life year