# Which treatment is marginally dominated?

Question 1 Given Year 1 index = 97 Year 2 index = 109 Year 3 index = 100 What is the base year? Show more Question 1 Given Year 1 index = 97 Year 2 index = 109 Year 3 index = 100 What is the base year? a. Year 1 b. not enough information to determine c. Year 2 d. Year 3 Question 2 For numbers 2-4 Given: Year 1 Quantity Price Burdick Vision 5 Holter Analysis Sytem 50 \$6000 foldable wheelchair 300 \$116 Year 2 Quantity Price Burdick Vision 5 Holter Analysis Sytem 55 \$5600 foldable wheelchair 290 \$200 If Year 1 is the base year what is the year 2 index? a. 101.6 b. 172.4 c. 100 d. not enough information e. 99.4 3 points What is the inflation rate from year 1 to year 2? a. 1.6% b. 1.6% c. 0.6% d. not enough information Question 4 If year 2 is the base year then year 1 index is a. 101.6 b. 98.3 c. 100 d. 99.4 e. not enough information Question 5 In the Dartmouth study it is found that Miami and LaCrosse a. have the same average health expenditure per person but have significantly different health levels b. have different average health expenditure per person but have significantly the same health levels c. have the same average health expenditure per person but have significantly different levels of patient satisfaction d. none of the above Question 6 If Miami is inefficient and LaCrosse is efficient in its health expenditure level this means that a. the Health Production Functions (HPF) for both are identical b. the Health Production Function (HPF) for LaCross is higher c. the Health Production Function (HPF) for LaCross is lower d. not enough information to determine the difference in the HPFs e. none of the above Question 7 Given the Dartmouth study If both Miami and LaCrosse are efficient in their health expenditure levels this means that a. the Health Production Functions (HPF) for both are identical b. the Health Production Function (HPF) for LaCross is higher c. the Health Production Function (HPF) for LaCross is lower d. not enough information to determine the difference in the HPFs e. none of the above Question 8 Among the different theories trying to explain the Dartmouth finding the best explanation (although still incomplete) is a. difference in input cost b. difference in patient expectation of amenities c. difference in malpractice expenses d. difference in local traits Question 9 Given Treatment A cost = \$3000 survival rate = 30% Treatment B cost = \$4500 survival rate = 50% Treatment C cost = \$7000 survival rate = 80% no intervention survival rate = 9% What is the ACER for Treatment B? a. \$1000 b. \$10000 c. \$8000 d. \$9756.1 Question 10 The ICER from treatment A to B is a. \$15000 b. \$10000 c. \$1500 d. 10% e. \$1500 Question 11 Which treatment is marginally dominated? a. Treatment A b. Treatment B c. Treatment C d. no treatment is dominated Show less

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