Short Communication from the Co-Editors-in-Chief
Open Access Publication in Value in Health
Michael Drummond, C. Daniel Mullins
Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Discrete-Choice
Experiments: A Report of the ISPOR Conjoint Analysis
Good Research Practices Task Force
Lisa A. Prosser
ISPOR Task Force Report
Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Discrete-Choice Experiments: A Report of the ISPOR Conjoint Analysis Good Research Practices Task Force
A. Brett Hauber, Juan Marcos Gonzalez, Catharina Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Thomas Prior, Deborah A Marshall, Charles E Cunningham, Maarten J I. Jzerman, John Bridges
This report will assist researchers in evaluating and selecting among alternative approaches to conducting statistical analysis of discrete-choice experiments data.
An Empirical Comparison of Discrete-Choice Experiment and Best Worst Scaling to Estimate Stakeholders' Risk Tolerance for Hip Replacement Surgery
Karin G.M. Groothuis-Oudshoorn, Deborah A. Marshall, Maarten J. IJzerman, Joris David van Dijk
The authors compare the metrics obtained from a discrete-choice experiment and profile case best-worst scaling with respect to hip replacement.
Developing a Measure of Value in Health Care
J. Matthew Austin, K.H. Ken Lee, Peter Pronovost
This commentary describes how health care can use existing quality measures and cost accounting data to measure value.
Economic and Public Health Impacts of Policies Restricting Access to Hepatitis C Treatment for Medicaid Patients
Alexis P. Chidi, Cindy L. Bryce, Michael J. Fine, Douglas P. Landsittel, Larissa Myaskovsky, Shari S. Rogal, Galen E. Switzer, Allan Tsung, Kenneth J. Smith
In this study, the authors find that current Medicaid policies restricting hepatitis C treatment to patients with advanced disease are more costly and less effective than unrestricted, full access strategies.
Using the Evaluative Linguistic Framework for Questionnaires to Assess Comprehensibility of Self-Report Health Questionnaires
Rachelle Buchbinder, Rosemary Clerehan, Francis Guillemin, Jonathan Epstein
This study uses an adaptation of the Evaluative Linguistic Framework to evaluate the quality of self-report questionnaires.
Dutch Tariff for the Five-Level Version of EQ-5D
Matthijs Michael Versteegh, Karin Vermeulen, Silvia Evers, G. Ardine de Wit, Rilana Prenger, Elly A. Stolk
In this article, the authors present the Dutch EQ-5D-5L valuation study.
Comparative Effectiveness Research/Health Technology Assessment
The Impact of Patient-Centered versus Didactic Education Programmers in Chronic Patients by Severity: The Case of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Manuel García-Goñi, Paul Windrum, Holly Coad
This study finds that different patients are sensitive to different categories of education programs.
Do Model-Based Studies in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Measure Correct Values of Utility? A Meta-Analysis
Foruhar Moayeri, Philip Clarke, David Dunt, Ya-Seng A. Hsueh
In this systematic review, the authors compare COPD-related utilities with alternative values used in decision models.
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