Prioritising health service innovation investments using public preferences: a discrete choice experiment

@inproceedings{Erdem2014PrioritisingHS,
  title={Prioritising health service innovation investments using public preferences: a discrete choice experiment},
  author={Seda Erdem and Carl Thompson},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Prioritising scarce resources for investment in innovation by publically funded health systems is unavoidable. Many healthcare systems wish to foster transparency and accountability in the decisions they make by incorporating the public in decision-making processes. This paper presents a unique conceptual approach exploring the public's preferences for health service innovations by viewing healthcare innovations as 'bundles' of characteristics. This decompositional approach allows… CONTINUE READING

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