*  Matthew Hall (boxer)
walesonline Administrator (12 September 2008). "Boxing: Illness cost me Hall fight says Jones". walesonline. "Latest Boxing ... progress at this time was all the more impressive as in 2003 he had been the victim of a stabbing incident which nearly cost ...
*  Pollution in Canada
"No Breathing Room: National Illness Costs of Air Pollution" (PDF). Canadian Medical Association. August 2008. Retrieved 11 ... The study estimated the economic impact of air pollution to be at $8 billion, including lost productivity, health care costs, ...
*  Long-term effects of alcohol consumption
... and intangible cost of diseases can be estimated through cost-of-illness studies. Direct costs are estimated through prevalence ... Rice, Dorothy P. (2000-09-01). "Cost of illness studies: what is good about them?". Injury Prevention. 6 (3): 177-179. doi: ... Indirect costs due to alcohol dependence are significant. The biggest indirect cost comes from lost productivity, followed by ... and cost of property damage and enforcement, far exceed the direct health care and law enforcement costs. Aggregating the ...
*  Ralph R. Frerichs
doi:10.1016/0013-9351(82)90012-3. Frerichs, RR; Becht, JN; Foxman, B (1980). "Prevalence and cost of illness episodes in rural ... Globally, his research included health status measures and costs of care in Bolivia, microcomputer applications in Bangladesh, ...
*  Microinsurance
"Effectiveness of community health financing in meeting the cost of illness". Bulletin of the World Health Organization. Geneva ... These include both health risks (illness, injury, or death) and property risks (damage or loss). A wide variety of ... The last definition therefore, includes the critical features of the previous three: transactions are low-cost (and reflect ... against specific perils in exchange for regular premium payment proportionate to the likelihood and cost of the risks involved ...
*  Migraine
Mennini, FS; Gitto, L; Martelletti, P (August 2008). "Improving care through health economics analyses: cost of illness and ... In the United States direct costs have been estimated at $17 billion. Nearly a tenth of this cost is due to the cost of ... including $15 billion in indirect costs, of which missed work is the greatest component. In those who do attend work with a ... Migraines are a significant source of both medical costs and lost productivity. It has been estimated that they are the most ...
*  Air pollution in British Columbia
On a national and regional scale the Canadian Medical Association in 2008 quantified the illness costs of air pollution. The ...
*  Candida albicans
... and overall cost of illness". Clinical Infectious Diseases. 27 (4): 781-8. doi:10.1086/514955. PMID 9798034. "Filamentation ... The immense costs are partly explained by a longer stay in the intensive care unit or hospital in general. An extended stay for ... The total costs for candidiasis are among the highest compared to other fungal infections due to the high prevalence. ... Approximately 60000 cases of systemic candidiasis each year in the USA alone lead up to a cost to be between $2-4 billion. ...
*  Dorothy P. Rice
In subsequent years, she began tabulating the economic costs of health, illness, and aging. She was among the first to link ... them in research; her papers included "Economic Costs of Cardiovascular Diseases" and the "Estimating the Costs of Illness." ... where she was one of the first scientists to study the economic cost of illness and exposed a lack of health insurance among ... In 1998, Rice and several co-authors estimated that the United States as a whole paid out $72.7 billion in healthcare costs ...
*  Impulsivity
The estimated cost of illness (COI) for a child with ADHD is $14,576 (in 2005 dollars) annually. Prevalence of ADHD among ... They occur unintentionally or without a conscious decision, the cost of the decision is very low in mental resources, they ... and the impulsive and combined subtypes are the major contributors to the societal costs associated with ADHD. ...
*  Disability-adjusted life year
Havelaar, Arie (August 2007). "Methodological choices for calculating the disease burden and cost-of-illness of foodborne ... Cost-effectiveness studies using QALYs, for example, do not discount time at different ages differently. This age-weighting ... This is why mental illness is one of the leading diseases as measured by global burden of disease studies, with depression ... For example, in Gambia, provision of the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine costs $670 per DALY saved. This number can then be ...
*  Health insurance
The aim is to cover the risk of high cost from illness that an individual can not bear alone.[citation needed] The German ... Drug costs have increased substantially, rising nearly 60% from 1991 through 2005. Despite attempts to contain costs, overall ... 112.5 billion in aggregate inpatient hospital costs (29% of the total national aggregate costs). Public programs provide the ... It generally costs the patient less to use an in-network provider. The Commonwealth Fund, in its annual survey, "Mirror, Mirror ...
*  History of health care reform in the United States
January 22, 1976). "Medicare: limiting the cost of major illness would benefit 3 million patients". The New York Times. p. 25. ... In response to these estimates, the Senate Finance Committee delayed action on its bill and began work on reducing the cost of ... Obama voters were more likely than McCain voters to believe government can do much about health care costs. In March 2009 AHIP ... The CBO estimated the ten-year cost to the federal government of the major insurance-related provisions of the bill at ...
*  Acting presidency of Suharto
Under this fund, all costs for illnesses, pregnancy, giving birth, and deaths were covered by the Ministry. Only employees of ...
*  Wendy Max
Her focus is on the cost of illness and she has done important work on the cost of smoking-related illness. A native of Summit ... Evaluation of health service utilization and costs among women smokers with cardiovascular disease. Journal of Cardiopulmonary ...
*  Collapse of the World Trade Center
Years after the attacks, legal disputes over the costs of illnesses related to the attacks were still in the court system. On ... Subsequent debilitating illnesses among rescue and recovery workers are said to be linked to exposure to these carcinogens. The ... A revised plan called for demolition in 2009 and completion of the new Fiterman Hall in 2012, at a cost of $325 million. The ... Asbestosis is such an illness, and asbestos would have been present in the dust. In 2011 significant long term medical and ...
*  List of Shuffle! characters
Lycoris saved Nerine from an incurable illness at the cost of her own life. However, unlike Sia, this has not led her to ...
*  Timeline of cholera
"Costs of Illness Due to Cholera, Costs of Immunization and Cost-Effectiveness of an Oral Cholera Mass Vaccination Campaign in ...
*  Hawaii Medical Service Association
During the 1950s, HMSA introduced a Major Medical Plan to help protect against the cost of catastrophic illness. In the 1960s, ... Despite Hawaii's increased health care costs compared to the rest of the nation, HMSA premiums have historically been and ... The nonprofit HMSA Foundation extends HMSA's commitment to providing access to cost-effective health care services; health ...
*  Guinean Americans
... which provides financial aid to Guinea to cover the costs of illness or death. Members usually meet monthly to provide funds ...
*  Annie Harvilicz
It is critical to preventing painful illness and reducing healthcare costs. Behavior Dr. Annie's focus on Behavior is designed ...
*  Matteo Orsini
On his return from the General Chapter he fell into a serious illness which almost cost him his life. In 1326, Fr. Matteo was ...
*  Managed care
... cost of surgery in or out of hospital, and doctor visits. Major Medical Protection covers costs of serious illnesses and ... increased beneficiary cost sharing; controls on inpatient admissions and lengths of stay; the establishment of cost-sharing ... Health Care Costs: A Primer Archived 2007-11-27 at the Wayback Machine., Kaiser Family Foundation Health Care Marketplace ... They argue that there is no consistent, direct correlation between the cost of care and its quality, pointing to a 2002 Juran ...
*  Developing country
Illness imposes high and regressive cost burdens on families in developing countries. Malnutrition/Underdevelopment of the body ... The estimated cost per infant and child death averted was $200-$250. Education There are several terms used to classify ... Russel S. The economic burden of illness for households in developing countries: a review of studies focusing on malaria, ... Knowledge gap Political instability Political corruption Child Marriage Climate change Mobile Health Units: Costing $1.26 per ...
*  Queva Griffin
She published a book of poetry as a fundraiser for the costs associated with her illness. She was named Young Person of the ...
*  Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974
Costs of continuing the plan will make the business fail. Costs of continuing the plan have become unreasonably burdensome ... often because they have lost their jobs due to the very illness for which care was denied.[citation needed] Many consumer and ... PBGC's long-term cost can be expected to be unreasonably higher if it does not terminate the plan. A termination initiated by ... the minimum required contribution is the cost of benefits earned during the year. If a plan is not fully funded, the ...