Health Baseline Incidence. The health incidence rate is an estimate of the average number of

people that die (or suffer from some adverse health effect) in a given population over a given

period of time. For example, the health incidence rate might be the probability that a person

will die in a given year. Health incidence rates and other health data are typically collected by

the government. In addition the World Health Organization is a good source for this. See

World Health Organization

How does BenMAP estimate the economic value of human health effects?

BenMAP also calculates the economic value of avoided health effects (see Section 7 for details).

After calculating the health changes, you can estimate the economic value by multiplying the

reduction of the health effect by an estimate of the economic value per case:

Economic Value = Health Effect * Value of Health Effect

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