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Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Assessment on Economic Evaluation among Dental Health Professionals in Dental Colleges of Maharashtra: A Cross Sectional Study


Kumar Gaurav Chhabra, Aishwarya Uikey, Yugashri Kalambe, Samiksha Nemade, Amit Reche, Priyanka Paul Madhu

Background: In latestcenturies the economic evaluation of well being maintenance platforms has turn out to be extra essential and is at the present a conventional contrivance for the assessment of the same. From the lookout of specific beneficiaries of healthcare, healthcare workers or the public, the study may be accompanied andexaminers from many unlikearenas including economists, medical scientists and clinicians, does these investigation. Economic evaluation is the course of organised documentation, amount and estimation of the ideas and effects of two different events, and the consequent relative study of these. It differs according to their intent and scope. Objectives: To seek the information through questionnaire about awareness amongst dental health professionals regarding health economic evaluations. To analyse the data obtained and to assess the knowledge, attitude and practices about health economic evaluation amongst dental health professionals. Methodology: A cross sectional questionnaire study will be carried out to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice among dental health professionals in dental colleges of Maharashtra state. The questionnaire will be distributed to the post graduate students of Sharad Pawar dental college and hospital, their response will be recorded and the questionnaire will get validated. Questions will be asked by online platform to dental health professional with explanation of the purpose of the study. The questionnaire include close ended questions in it. Expected Results: The expected results of this study will conclude the knowledge, attitude and practice about the health economic evaluation among the dental health professionals in Maharashtra. Conclusion: Since the well-being of the people cannot be upgraded only by expense more currency on health maintenance, it is important to consider health economics to better enforce economic policies for improving health care. Therefore, for the establishment of quality health care, dental staff should have sufficient knowledge of the same to improve treatment, designing patient centred healthcare programs that can increase reaction times, decrease human fault, and save budgets besides improve the excellence of life. By encouraging health education and preventive health care principles, the management should finance in preventive and social medicine and should promote more and more research into economic analysis so that dental treatments will help to become even more available to the general public.

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