2 edition of Valuing health states found in the catalog.
Valuing health states
|Statement||Claire Gudex and Paul Dolan.|
|Series||Discussion paper / Centre for Health Economics -- 143, Health economics discussion paper (York University, Centre for Health Economics) -- no.143.|
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Valuing health states. in the target state, the worse must be the target state. Health states (excluding 'full health' and 'immediate death') were valued one by one. A previous qualitative study of health state valuation tasks based on this insight found that individuals value health states primarily by assessing the effect of ill health on six life Author: Daniel M Hausman.
Valuing health Valuing health states book A comparison of methods P. Dolan a., C. Gudex b, p. Kind b, A. Williams a Department of Economics, University of Newcastle, Newcastle-Upon Tyne, UK b Centre jor Health Economics, Uniuersity of York, Heslington, York, UK Received 15.
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