Month: July 2012

The Order Of Preference Assessment Method Matters

South Bend, IN, USA – Cost-utility analysis is a common method for economic evaluation used to compare health care interventions. Standard gamble and time trade-off are two methods often both used for assessing the strength of an individual’s preferences (utility values)

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Combining Individual-Specific Preferences With Cost Data To Inform Health Care Decisions

Rotterdam, The Netherlands – Offering patients the possibility to “choose” their own care program (i.e., customized care) can be beneficial for both patients and hospitals.

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