Cost-effectiveness of a community-based cardiovascular disease prevention intervention in medically underserved rural areas.

Wang, Hua.

Kenkel, Donald.

Graham, Meredith L.

Paul, Lynn C.

Folta, Sara C.

Nelson, Miriam E.

Strogatz, David.

Seguin, Rebecca A.


  • Background: Rural women experience health disparities in terms of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk compared to urban women. Cost-effective CVD-prevention programs are needed for this population. The objective of this study was to conduct cost analysis and cost-effectiveness analyses (CEAs) of the Strong Hearts, Healthy Communities (SHHC) program compared to a control program in terms of change in ... read more
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