Source of uncertainty
Current evidence and reason for uncertainties
No systematic reviews, scoping reviews or guidelines identified.
* This list shows the original survey submission(s) that informed the indicative uncertainties and the resulting priority question.
The financial cost for the care of people living with DCM,
What are the health economic implications of DCM? What are the health economic impact of surgical management of DCM?
The financial and any other form of cost needed to DCM patient care
Financial support in the long term
How often do patients attend the emergency department for complaints related to their DCM?
Reducing costs to patients.
Financial support in the community sufficient
How often does the disablility caused by DCM result in loss of work?
How can we reduce the total cost of care for managing DCM
Health economics of treatment
What is the health service cost per year of cervical myelopathy?
Does DCM present a significant burden on emergency departments?
Cost of QALY gained
What is the cost of care annually for moderate and severe DCM?
Back to work ratio
Another interesting Pain Cloud - I would raise PAIN to above all other issues!!!! The change to life opportunities has been huge, along with a very substantial dependence on help with daily living. My wife acknowledges that without my help she would have to go into a nursing home. Prior to and following surgery she has become very dependent on my doing virtually all the daily household functions that she used to do. Life has become very limiting with PAIN being a major limiter on recovering a more normal life and activities. So most of the words in the Word Cloud are relevant to my wife's situation.
What's the cost per QALY gained?
What are the cost of rehabilitation in relation to DCM?
Podcast Episode 8: Socio-economic impact
What is the socio-economic burden of Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy? Find out in Episode 8 of the AO Spine RECODE-DCM podcasts. Join Benjamin Davies and Michelle Franklin as they talk with former nurse Shirley Widdop who had to give up her profession due to DCM, neurosurgeons Michael Fehlings and Andreas Demetriades, and health economist Richard Phillips. We hear real life experiences, explore healthcare inequalities, define the cost-effectiveness of surgery, and outline the current limitations and future strategies for modelling the socio-economic burden of DCM using big data.