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Logo of hhspaAbout Author manuscriptsSubmit a manuscriptHHS Public Access; Author Manuscript; Accepted for publication in peer reviewed journal;
 
From:
Eval Program Plann. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2017 April 1.
Published in final edited form as:
Eval Program Plann. 2016 April; 55: 1–8.
Published online 2015 November 30. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2015.11.005

Table 3

Cost Per Case for Core and Enhanced Activities by Volume of Cases.

All
N=40
Low volume
N=13
Medium volume
N=21
High volume
N=6
F Statistic
Cost estimates—no in-kind contributions
Cost per case—all activities
 Average        $60.77        $100.88        $44.86        $29.5212.7*
 95% CI$47–$75$68–$134$36–$54$17–$42
Cost per case—core activities
 Average        $56.52          $93.11        $42.10        $27.7012.3*
 95% CI$49–$64$63–$123$34–$50$16–$39
Cost per case—enhanced activities
 Average          $4.25            $7.77          $2.76          $1.82  8.0*
 95% CI    $3–$5    $4–$12    $2–$4    $1–$3
Cost estimates—including in-kind contributions Cost per case—all activities
 Average          $88.87        $134.57        $74.99        $38.45  6.0*
 95% CI$67–$110$84–$185$55–$95$14–$63
Cost per case—core activities
 Average          $82.77        $124.82        $70.09        $36.03  6.0*
 95% CI$63–$103$77–$173$51–$89$13–$59
Cost per case—enhanced activities
 Average          $6.11            $9.75          $4.90          $2.42  5.1*
 95% CI    $4–$8    $5–$14    $3–$7    $0–$4
1Low volume: fewer than 10,000 cases; medium volume: 10,000–50,000 cases; high volume: more than 50,000 cases.
2Excludes Pacific Island Jurisdictions. Registry did not report cases diagnosed in 2006 and was still building capacity for case reporting.
3Excludes NPCR registries that also receive SEER funding: California (San Francisco—Oakland, San Jose—Monterey, Los Angeles), Georgia (Atlanta), Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan (Detroit), New Jersey, and Washington (Seattle-Puget Sound).
4An asterisk (*) indicates that difference between low, medium and high volume registries are significant at the 10% level.