Patient centred outcome measurement in health economics: beyond EQ-5D and the Quality-Adjusted Life-Year – where are we now?

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title = "Patient centred outcome measurement in health economics:: beyond EQ-5D and the Quality-Adjusted Life-Year – where are we now?",
abstract = "Decisions about choice of outcome measures outside of the economics context tend to focus on a two-way conflict between (I) the ideal form of measurement in any specific context and (II) what is practically feasible. But for measurement for economic purposes, there are two additional, related, conflicts: (III) what is required of the measure for it to be consistent with economic theory/the economic decision-making context, and (IV) what value judgements are acceptable within this theoretical approach.",
author = "Joanna Coast and Cara Bailey and Philip Kinghorn",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.21037/apm.2018.03.18",
language = "English",
journal = "Annals of palliative medicine",
issn = "2224-5820",
publisher = "AME Publishing Company",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Patient centred outcome measurement in health economics:

T2 - beyond EQ-5D and the Quality-Adjusted Life-Year – where are we now?

AU - Coast, Joanna

AU - Bailey, Cara

AU - Kinghorn, Philip

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - Decisions about choice of outcome measures outside of the economics context tend to focus on a two-way conflict between (I) the ideal form of measurement in any specific context and (II) what is practically feasible. But for measurement for economic purposes, there are two additional, related, conflicts: (III) what is required of the measure for it to be consistent with economic theory/the economic decision-making context, and (IV) what value judgements are acceptable within this theoretical approach.

AB - Decisions about choice of outcome measures outside of the economics context tend to focus on a two-way conflict between (I) the ideal form of measurement in any specific context and (II) what is practically feasible. But for measurement for economic purposes, there are two additional, related, conflicts: (III) what is required of the measure for it to be consistent with economic theory/the economic decision-making context, and (IV) what value judgements are acceptable within this theoretical approach.

U2 - 10.21037/apm.2018.03.18

DO - 10.21037/apm.2018.03.18

M3 - Comment/debate

JO - Annals of palliative medicine

JF - Annals of palliative medicine

SN - 2224-5820

ER -