Choosing vs. allocating: discrete choice experiments and constant-sum paired comparisons for the elicitation of societal preferences.

@article{Skedgel2015ChoosingVA,
  title={Choosing vs. allocating: discrete choice experiments and constant-sum paired comparisons for the elicitation of societal preferences.},
  author={Christopher Skedgel and Allan J. Wailoo and Ron L. Akehurst},
  journal={Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy},
  year={2015},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={1227-40}
}
BACKGROUND There is growing evidence of a reluctance to allocate health care solely on the basis of maximizing quality-adjusted life years (QALYs). Stated preference methods can be used to elicit preferences for efficiency vs. equity in the allocation of health-care resources. OBJECTIVE To compare discrete choice experiment (DCE) and constant-sum paired comparison (CSPC) methods for eliciting societal preferences. METHODS Over a series of choice pairs, DCE respondents allocated a fixed… CONTINUE READING

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