An automated, digital cognitive behavioral therapy intervention for insomnia is more cost-effective than group or individual CBT or pharmacotherapy

Abstract

Study objectives: To examine the cost-effectiveness and potential net monetary benefit (NMB) of a fully automated digital cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention for insomnia compared with no insomnia treatment in the United States (US). Similar relative comparisons were made for pharmacotherapy and clinician-delivered CBT (individual and group).