Figure 1

Schematic showing the key components and outcomes of HEP-SIM model. HEP-SIM model included patient demographics, HCV disease progression, HCV screening, therapeutic advancement, access to health care including insurance status, and the cost of care and treatment. Outcomes of HEP-SIM include temporal trends in HCV prevalence, awareness rate of HCV-infection, HCV-associated advanced sequelae, and budget impact of different interventions.

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Jagpreet Chhatwal, PhD 
MGH Inst. for Tech. Assessment 
Harvard Medical School 
101 Merrimac St. STE 1010 
Boston, MA 02114 United States

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