Data from: Assessment of the broader economic consequences of HPV prevention from a government-perspective: a fiscal analytic approach
Setiawan, D. (Creator), Kotsopoulos, N. (Creator), Wilschut, J. (Creator), Postma, M. (Creator), Connolly, M. (Creator), University of Groningen, 13-Sep-2016
A government-perspective quantitative analytic framework was applied to assess the Net Present Value (NPV) of investment on cervical cancer prevention strategies including HPV vaccination, cervical screening and its combination in Indonesia. All monetary values were presented in International Dollars (I$).
Based on a cohort of 10,000,000 Indonesian 12-year-old females, it was estimated that HPV vaccination and/or cervical cancer screening result in a positive NPV for the Indonesian government. The combination of cervical screening and HPV vaccination generated a substantial reduction of cervical cancer incidence and HPV-related mortality of 87,862 and 19,359, respectively. It was estimated that HPV vaccination in combination with cervical screening is the most favorable option for cervical cancer prevention (NPV I$2.031.786.000), followed by HPV vaccination alone (NPV I$1.860.783.000) and cervical screening alone (NPV I$375.244.000).
Conclusion. In addition to clinical benefits, investing in HPV vaccination and cervical screening may yield considerable fiscal benefits for the Indonesian governments due to lifelong benefits resulting from reduction of cervical cancer-related morbidity and mortality.
The data package contains one dataset:
- A fiscal analytic model of HPV vaccination in Indonesia
|Date made available||13-Sep-2016|
|Publisher||University of Groningen|
|Access to the dataset||Open|
- Cervical-cancer prevention, Human-papillomavirus vaccination, Cost-effectiveness, As04-adjuvanted vaccine, Quadrivalent vaccine, Thailand, Health, Trial, Strategies, Mortality
Keywords on Datasets
Assessment of the Broader Economic Consequences of HPV Prevention from a Government-Perspective: A Fiscal Analytic ApproachSetiawan, D., Kotsopoulos, N., Wilschut, J. C., Postma, M. J. & Connolly, M. P., 4-Aug-2016, In : PLoS ONE. 11, 8, 12 p., e0160707.
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