The minimally clinically important difference in generic utility-based measures.

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PURPOSE To evaluate the use of utility-based generic quality of life measures for establishing the minimally clinically important difference (MCID). BACKGROUND Utility-based quality of life measures place levels of wellness on a continuum anchored by death (0.00) and optimum function (1.00). Preference measurement studies are used to define the meaning of… (More)

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