Acceptability of computerized visual analog scale, time trade-off and standard gamble rating methods in patients and the public

@article{Lenert2001AcceptabilityOC,
  title={Acceptability of computerized visual analog scale, time trade-off and standard gamble rating methods in patients and the public},
  author={Leslie Lenert and Ann E. Sturley},
  journal={Proceedings. AMIA Symposium},
  year={2001},
  pages={364-8}
}
One technique to enhance patient participation in clinical decision making is formal measurement of preferences and values. Three commonly applied methods are a visual analog scale(VAS), the standard gamble(SG), and the time trade-off(TTO). We studied participants subjective experience using computer implementations these methods using scale we call the VIBE (for Value Instrument Battery--Evaluation) that measures four aspects of user acceptance (clarity, difficulty, reasonableness, and comfort… CONTINUE READING

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