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Cost-effectiveness of an educational healthcare circuit for bariatric surgery in France.

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Summary of "Cost-effectiveness of an educational healthcare circuit for bariatric surgery in France."

An educational healthcare circuit (EHC) is proposed with the objective of preventing weight recovery of patients after bariatric surgery through education and lifestyle change. The objective of this study was to measure the viability of the EHC (shared medical appointments [SMAs] combined with bariatric surgery) through cost-effectiveness analysis. The EHC presented in this study is innovative because it offers a multidisciplinary approach based on medical, psychological and dietetic expertise to combat obesity. The strategy is to give the patient a diagnosis and then a personalised follow-up.

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Name: Public health
ISSN: 1476-5616
Pages: 43-51

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