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Table 3 Incremental cost-effectiveness ratios (ICERs)

From: Extending the elderly- and risk-group programme of vaccination against seasonal influenza in England and Wales: a cost-effectiveness study

Increment ICER (£/QALY) Net benefit in £M 95 % credibility interval
Elderly- and risk-group → 2–4 y 2,613 74 (12–265.7)
2–4 y → 5–16 y 1,569 384.4 (85.4–1309.6)
5–16 y → 2–16 y 3,414 58.7 (8.4–212.8)
2–16 y → 2–16 y & 50–64 y 8,093 75.9 (–11.5 to 346.1)
2–16 y & 50–64 y → 2–64 y 8,868 198.8 (–46.8 to 950.8)
  1. Table of the incremental cost-effectiveness ratios and net benefit for the proposed immunization strategies. Strategies are ordered in terms of their net cost, and the incremental costs and incremental benefits of the next most expensive strategy is compared with the previous one. Dominated strategies (50–64 year age group and 2–4 and 50–64 year age groups) have been excluded
  2. QALY, Quality-adjusted life year