The classification systems of the EQ-5D, the HUI II and the SF-6D: what do they have in common?

@article{Konerding2009TheCS,
  title={The classification systems of the EQ-5D, the HUI II and the SF-6D: what do they have in common?},
  author={Uwe Konerding and J{\"o}rn Moock and T. Kohlmann},
  journal={Quality of Life Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={1249-1261}
}
EQ-5D, HUI II and SF-6D often produce very different valuations for the same health state. This paper aims at clarifying to what extent this might be caused by differences between the multi-attribute classification systems belonging to these instruments. Subjects were 264 patients of rehabilitation clinics in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (44.3% female; mean age 49.1) who completed the EQ-5D, the HUI II and the SF-36 (the basis of the SF-6D). After scaling with principal component analyses for… CONTINUE READING
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