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What is the difference between cost-effectiveness analysis and cost analysis?

Cost-effectiveness analysis is a specific type of cost analysis. Cost analysis breaks down the costs of an operation and reports on each factor separately. According to the Centers for Disease Control, cost-effectiveness analysis, in the evaluation of health care, examines both the costs and health outcomes of alternative intervention strategies.

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