From time to time, a little puff of steam emerges from my Twitter feed as Paul Kind (one of the founding members of the EuroQol Group and a key figure in the development of the… Read More »‘Preference-based measure’ is misleading – can we agree on something better?
Health and its Value
Attributes of health; measurement of health; value of health;
value of life; value of avoiding risk of ill-health; utility measures of health-related quality of life; stated and revealed preference methods of measuring willingness to pay; conjoint analysis.
Over at the CLAHRC West Midlands blog, Richard Lilford (my boss, I should hasten to add!) writes about the difficulties with the economic evaluation of IVF. The post notes that there are a number of… Read More »IVF and the evaluation of policies that don’t affect particular persons