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The British Columbia specific input parameters were generated from the BC Hepatitis Testers Cohort (http://bchtc.med.ubc.ca ), which includes all individuals (~ 1.7 million) tested for HCV, or HIV in British Columbia, or reported to public health as a confirmed case of HCV, HBV, HIV/AIDS, since 1990. The cohort is linked with data on demographics, medical visits, hospitalizations, prescription drugs, cancers and mortality [1-6].
  1. British Columbia Ministry of Health [creator]. (2014): PharmaNet. British Columbia Ministry of Health [publisher]. Data Extract. MOH. (2013). http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/data/ British Columbia Ministry of Health [creator]. (2014): PharmaCare. British Columbia Ministry of Health [publisher]. Data Extract. MOH. (2013). http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/data/
  2. British Columbia Ministry of Health [creator]. (2014): Medical Services Plan (MSP) Payment Information File. British Columbia Ministry of Health [publisher]. Data Extract. MOH. (2013). http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/data/
  3. British Columbia Ministry of Health [creator] (2014): Discharge Abstract Database (Hospital Separations). British Columbia Ministry of Health [publisher]. Data Extract. MOH (2013). http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/data/
  4. BC Vital Statistics Agency [creator] (2014): Vital Statistics Deaths. BC Vital Statistics Agency [publisher]. Data Extract. BC Vital Statistics Agency (2014).
  5. British Columbia Ministry of Health [creator] (2014): Client Roster (Client Registry System/Enterprise Master Patient Index). British Columbia Ministry of Health [publisher]. Data Extract. MOH (2013). http://www.health.gov.bc.ca/data/
All inferences, opinions, and conclusions drawn in this modeling projections are those of the authors, and do not reflect the opinions or policies of the Data Steward(s).
  • The Base scenario describes the disease burden at the time of country meetings.
  • The Base 2015 scenario describes the disease burden using the 2015 treatment paradigm.
  • The WHO Target scenario describes the integrated healthcare strategy proposed by World Health Organization which includes: a) 90% reduce in new infections, b) 90% increase in diagnosis rate c) 80% treatment eligibility and d) 65% reduction in HCV mortality in 2030, compared to base in 2030 (1).
  • Actual treated patients in the 2015 were the number of treated patients between Jan-June of 2015. This value was multiplied by two to get an estimate for a full year.
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