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— The extent to which resources are being used to get the best value for money

Full explanation:

Efficiency is making the best use of available resources; i.e. getting good value for resources. The efficiency of a treatment is a measure of the extent to which the treatment effects are good value for the resources that are used, compared to usual care (or “no treatment”), a placebo, or another treatment.

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