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INDIRECT COSTS


Premature Mortality


Of the 30 deaths per year in CD, assuming that 60% of people with IBD are employed, then there would be 18 deaths per year in employed people with CD. The average age at death was 49 for those who died before age 65; this corresponds to 16 years of lost employment. Taking the average weekly wage in Canada, and applying a 5% discount rate to convert future costs into present-day dollars, there would be a productivity loss of $523,000 per person, or $9.4 million for the 18 premature deaths each year (Table 5).


Table 5: Costs from Premature Mortality Annual deaths from CD in people under 65


Employment rate in people with CD Annual wage rate


Number of years of lost employment


Cost per premature death (discounted at 5%) Total cost due to premature mortality


CAREGIVERS Table 6: Parental Caregiver Work Losses Number of People < 20 with IBD in Canada, 2012


Days of Work Loss per Parent Labour participation rate Daily wage rate, employed


Daily wage rate, non-employed* (minimum wage, ON) Total cost of work loss in parents


*Minimum wage ($10.25/hour) in Ontario, 7.5 hours/day110 30 60%


$46,681.52 18


$522,715 $9.4 million


5,900


7.2 days 81.5%


$179.54 $76.88


$7 million


THE IMPACT OF INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN CANADA 65


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