Wong WWL, Lee L, Walker S, Lee C, Patel T, Hillier LM, Costa AP, Sinha SK. Cost-utility analysis of a multispeciality interprofessional team dementia care model in Ontario, Canada. BMJ Open. 2023 April 19;13(4):e064882. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2022-064882.
Summary of Findings: MINT (Multispeciality, Interprofessional Team) Memory Clinics were found to be less expensive and slightly more effective when compared to usual care. The probabilistic analysis showed that MINT Memory Clinics were the superior treatment option compared to usual care 98% of the time. Variation in age was found to have the greatest impact on cost-effectiveness as patients may benefit from the MINT Memory Clinics more if they receive care at a younger age.