The second edition of the highly popular Measuring and Valuing Health Benefits for Economic Evaluation has been published.Written by HEDS colleagues Professor John Brazier, Professor Julie Ratcliffe (Flinders Health Economics Group), Professor Aki Tsuchiya and Professor Joshua Salomon from the Harvard School of Public Health.,
- The book addresses all relevant theoretical and practical considerations in the measurement and valuation of health benefits. It contains practical applications to help clarify understanding and make relevant links to the real world, and includes a glossary of key terms to aid understanding of common terms used by practitioners.
- Covers all new measures of health and wellbeing for example ICECAP, ASCOT and numerous condition-specific measures and revisions to existing widely used ( measures for example 5 level version of EQ-5D, DF-6D V2 and AQoL-2.
- Fully revised to take into account new research into the social weighting of a QALY, use of the internet to collect data, use of health state utility values in cost effectiveness models, and new version of TTO.
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