Costs for Children With Drug-Resistant Epilepsy: Is Care Value Based?

Understanding the value of medical interventions can help allocate finite medical resources. The value of health care interventions is analyzed by studying their costs and potential benefits, and value is determined from health outcomes that matter most to patients and caregivers in relation to the cost of achieving these important outcomes.1 Limited information exists as to the value of treatment choices within the field of pediatric epilepsy.

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