Exploring the relationship between two health state classification systems and happiness using a large patient data set

@inproceedings{Mukuria2013ExploringTR,
  title={Exploring the relationship between two health state classification systems and happiness using a large patient data set},
  author={Clara Mukuria and John Brazier},
  year={2013}
}
The economic evaluation of health care technologies employs a standard economic approach based on preferences to provide utility information. This paper investigates an alternative approach that uses happiness to weight the health states of two preferencebased measures (EQ-5D and SF-6D) in a follow-up of a large hospital patient sample (N=15,184). Logit models relating the health state classifications of these two measures to happiness suggests a different weighting across dimensions to that… CONTINUE READING

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