by Susan Horton, Hellen Gelband, Dean Jamison et al.
PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182951 – Published: August 10, 2017
Cost-effectiveness rankings of health interventions are useful inputs for national healthcare planning and budgeting. Previous comprehensive rankings for low- and middle- income countries were undertaken in 2005 and 2006, accompanying the development of strategies for the Millennium Development Goals. The authors updated the rankings using studies published since 2000, as strategies are being considered for the Sustainable Development Goals.