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Fig. 4 | BMC Health Services Research

Fig. 4

From: Social value of a set of proposals for the ideal approach of multiple sclerosis within the Spanish National Health System: a social return on investment study

Fig. 4

SROI ratio according to the variation of each variable included in the sensitivity analysis. Notes: Assumption 1. Percentage of disability reduction from moderate to mild in the incident patients, consequence of the reduction in the time to diagnosis; Assumption 2 Percentage of disability reduction from severe to moderate in the incident patients, consequence of the reduction in the time to diagnosis; Assumption 3 Percentage of cross-consultations avoided in neurology after direct consultation between Primary Care and Specialised Care professionals; Assumption 4. Percentage reduction of informal care hours, as a result of a better follow-up of patients and the slowing down of the progression of their illness; Assumption 5. Decrease in the percentage of patients who do not work because of MS; Assumption 6. Percentage of untreated SPMS patients, who could be treated

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