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Estimation of a Preference-Based Summary Score for the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System: The PROMIS®-Preference (PROPr) Scoring System
Background. Health-related quality of life (HRQL) preference-based scores are used to assess the health of populations and patients and for cost-effectiveness analyses. The National Institutes ofExpand
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Individual inconsistency and aggregate rationality: Overcoming inconsistencies in expert judgment at the technical frontier
No two experts make the same judgments about the feasibility of producing jet engine parts with metal additive manufacturing. Expand
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Cross-sectional validation of the PROMIS-Preference scoring system
Objectives The PROMIS-Preference (PROPr) score is a recently developed summary score for the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS). PROPr is a preference-based scoringExpand
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Defining the representativeness heuristic in trauma triage: A retrospective observational cohort study
Background Under-triage of severely injured patients presenting to non-trauma centers (failure to transfer to a trauma center) remains problematic despite quality improvement efforts. Insights fromExpand
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Environmental risk perception from visual cues: the psychophysics of tornado risk perception
Lay judgments of environmental risks are central to both immediate decisions (e.g., taking shelter from a storm) and long-term ones (e.g., building in locations subject to storm surges). UsingExpand
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An Approach to Reconciling Competing Ethical Principles in Aggregating Heterogeneous Health Preferences
Background. Health-related quality of life (HRQL) scores are used extensively to quantify the effectiveness of medical interventions. Societal preference-based HRQL scores aim to produce societalExpand
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Computing PROPr Utility Scores for PROMIS® Profile Instruments.
OBJECTIVES The Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System® (PROMIS) Profile instruments measure health status on 8 PROMIS domains. The PROMIS-Preference (PROPr) score provides aExpand
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Creating the PROMIS-Preference (PROPr) Score
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Exclusion Criteria as Measurements I: Identifying Invalid Responses
Background. In a systematic review, Engel et al. found large variation in the exclusion criteria used to remove responses held not to represent genuine preferences in health state valuation studies.Expand
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