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Table 4 Intervention Costs and Savings (at 2010 price levels).

From: Economic effects of interventions to reduce obesity in Israel

  Ref Numbers
Targeted
Total
Intervention
Costs
Lifetime
Savings in
Direct Costs
of Illness
Lifetime
Savings in
Productivity
costs
Lifetime
Savings in
Carer
Costs
Lifetime
Savings in
other Indirect
Costs
Medical Costs
due to
increased
longevity
Net
Costs
Ginsberg 10 797,084 45,119,420 4,648,779 4,592,029 3,656,496 1,016,092 2,013,874 33,219,898
Ockene 31 797,084 58,750,777 71,154,890 70,286,270 55,966,868 15,552,459 30,824,650 -123,385,060
J-van der Bruggen I 32 797,084 27,975,847 13,176,831 13,015,976 10,364,235 2,880,085 5,708,269 -5,753,012
J-van der Bruggen II 32 797,084 635,754,990 79,060,989 78,095,855 62,185,409 17,280,510 34,249,611 433,381,838
Olsen I 33 797,084 315,120,819 19,714,059 19,473,401 15,506,090 4,308,939 8,540,228 264,658,558
Olsen II 33 797,084 685,335,609 5,877,750 5,805,998 4,623,143 1,284,711 2,546,270 670,290,278
Tsai I 34 26,259 151,434,528 4,611,477 4,555,182 3,627,156 1,007,939 3,427,595 141,060,368
Tsai II 34 26,259 146,623,901 2,803,055 2,768,836 2,204,742 612,669 2,083,440 140,318,039
TOTAL   4,835,024 2,066,115,891 201,047,829 198,593,546 158,134,140 43,943,405 89,393,937 1,553,790,908
  1. Baseline case of 50% recidivism per year.