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Study shows an empirically-based and explicit quantification of the scale of opportunity costs the NHS faces when considering whether or not the health benefits associated with new technologies are expected to offset the health that is likely to be forgone elsewhere in the NHS. As such, it provides a basis for determining the appropriate threshold for National Institute for Health and Care Excellence decisions as well as those made centrally by the NHS and Department of Health more generally.

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Karl Claxton,1,2 Steve Martin,2 Marta Soares,1 Nigel Rice,1,2 Eldon Spackman,1 Sebastian Hinde,1 Nancy Devlin,3 Peter C Smith,4 Mark Sculpher,1,* 

1 Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York, UK
2 Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, York, UK
3 Office of Health Economics, London, UK
4 Imperial College Business School and Centre for Health Policy, Imperial College London, London, UK
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