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Table 1 Unit prices (in NOK) and weights of municipal primary healthcare services

From: Does rehabilitation setting influence risk of institutionalization? A register-based study of hip fracture patients in Oslo, Norway

Service Price a
(per unit)
Price a
(per hour)
Price a
(per day)
Source Weight
Home services: b
  Practical assistance with daily activities   591,23   [48] 0,1860
  Practical assistance, daily activities – training   640,35   [48] 0,2014
  User directed personal assistant   417,00   [48] 0,1312
  Day center/day offer   292,70   [48] 0,0921
  Food delivery 97,91    [49] 0,0308
  Safety alarm 24,48    [49] 0,0077
  Respite outside institution/house   279,91   [48] 0,0880
  Support worker   219,35   [48] 0,0690
  Care benefit   245,63   [48] 0,0773
  Home nursing   694,85   [48] 0,2186
  Rehabilitation outside of institution/housing   842,18   [50] 0,2649
Housing: c
  Sheltered housing    2269,48 [48] d 0,7138
  Other housing e    2269,48 [48] d 0,7138
Institutional services: f
  Respite (in institution/housing)    3179,34 [48] 1,0000
  Day stay in institution    1101,44 [49] 0,3464
  Limited stay, treatment    2937,17 [49] 0,9238
  Limited stay, rehabilitation    3071,99 [48] 0,9662
  Limited stay, other    2937,17 [49] 0,9238
  Long term stay in institution    2354,02 [48] 0,7404
  1. Notes: a in Norwegian kroner, 2019 value; b Services are delivered in patients’ homes; c The user has signed a rental agreement and pays rent; d 90 % of the price of a long-term stay in an institution; e The municipality has the housing for health and care purposes; f The patient stays in an institution