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dc.contributor.authorChaicharn Deerochanawongen_US
dc.contributor.authorNatapong Kosachunhanunen_US
dc.contributor.authorPitthaporn Chotikanokraten_US
dc.contributor.authorUnchalee Permsuwanen_US
dc.description.abstract© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Objective: To assess the financial consequences of different adoption rate of Biphasic Insulin Aspart (BIAsp) 30 instead of Biphasic Human Insulin (BHI) 30 for people with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) in Thailand from the payer’s perspective. Methods: The Excel-based International T2DM Budget Impact Model over a 3-year period was used. The cohort was the T2DM patients who received treatment from government hospitals under the Universal Health Coverage Scheme. Demographic, the adverse events, and the costs were derived from published studies in Thailand. Efficacy was based on meta-analysis. Adoption rates were assumed to increase each year. Net budget impact (NBI) and one-way sensitivity were analyzed. Results: Hypoglycemia costs were lower in BIAsp 30 compared with BHI 30. The NBI per year was 26,511,269 THB (771,349 USD) for year 1, 52,181,133 THB (1,518,218 USD) for year 2, and 76,189,608 THB (2,216,747 USD) for year 3. The NBI per insulin user per year was 33.45 THB (0.97 USD), 67.27 THB (1.96 USD), 101.49 THB (2.95 USD) from year 1 to year 3, respectively Conclusions: Lower rate of hypoglycemia with BIAsp 30 than those treated with BHI 30 generates cost savings resulting in significant deduction in the additional acquisition cost of BIAsp 30. Therefore, the NBI per insulin user per year has become small.en_US
dc.titleBiphasic insulin aspart 30 treatment for people with type 2 diabetes: a budget impact analysis based in Thailanden_US
article.title.sourcetitleCurrent Medical Research and Opinionen_US
article.volume34en_US Hospitalen_US Mai Universityen_US Nordisk Pharma (Thailand) Ltd.en_US
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