Papers

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Social Disparities in Alcohol Drinking in OECD countriesMarion Devaux2014SheffieldA002 Marion Devaux.pdf
Being more economic with the collection of cost data in clinical trialsJames Shearer2014SheffieldA003 James Shearer.pdf
Modelling EQ-5D-5L health states using the international EQ-5D-5L valuation protocol in SpainOliver Rivero-Arias2014SheffieldA005 Oliver Rivero-Arias.pdf
Supply-side factors and incidence of informal payments for health care: the case of HIV-patients in Cameroon Hyacinthe Kankeu Tchewonpi2014SheffieldA006 Hyacinthe Kankeu Tchewonpi.pdf
Welfarism versus extra-welfarism: does choice of economic evaluation approach impact on adoption decisions?James Buchanan2014SheffieldA009 James Buchanan.pdf
Condition Specific or Generic Preference-Based Measures in Oncology: the EORTC-8D or the EQ-5DPaula Lorgelly2014SheffieldA010 Paula Lorgelly.pdf
Exploring the relationship between primary care expenditure, outcomes and overall NHS expenditureJames McDonald2014SheffieldA013 James McDonald.pdf
Regional variation in health care system performance: A dual-level efficiency approach applied to NHS pathology in EnglandJohn Buckell2014SheffieldA015 John Buckell.pdf
Fast ecient computation of Value of Information from a Probabilistic Sensitivity Analysis sample: a non-parametric regression approachMark Strong2014SheffieldA017 Mark Strong.pdf
Are Heavier Drinkers Less Responsive to Price? Quantile Regression EstimatesRobert Pryce2014SheffieldA018 Robert Pryce.pdf
Mapping the EORTC QLQ-C30 onto the EQ-5D-3L: Assessing the External Validity of Existing Mapping AlgorithmsBrett Doble2014SheffieldA020 Brett Doble.pdf
Testing the bed-blocking hypothesis: delayed hospital discharges and the supply of nursing and care homesJames Gaughan2014SheffieldA021 James Gaughan.pdf
Eliciting societal preferences for burden of illness, therapeutic improvement and end of life for value based pricingDonna Rowen2014SheffieldA022 Donna Rowen.pdf
Valuing preferences for the process and outcome of clinical genetics services: a pilot studyEwan Gray2014SheffiedA024 Ewan Gray.pdf
The effect of chronic pain on life satisfaction: evidence from Australian dataSilvia Mendolia2014SheffieldA026 Silvia Mendolia.pdf
Systematic review and meta-regression of food price elasticities – do methods of demand analysis matter?Laura Cornelsen2014SheffieldA028 Laura Cornelson.pdf
Identifying differences in performance when choice of provider is endogenous: application of the Hausman? Taylor estimator to unbalanced panel dataAlex Turner2014SheffieldA033 Alex Turner.pdf
Using discrete choice experiments (DCEs) within a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) framework to estimate benefits of Woods in and Around Town (WIAT) project for mental well-beingWillings Botha2014SheffieldA034 Willings Botha.pdf
Elimination and selection by aspects in health choice experiments: 2 Prioritising health service innovationsSeda Erdem2014SheffieldA036 Seda Erdem.pdf
Covariate adjustment in cost?effectiveness results: an exploration of the performance of proposed methods using data from a randomised controlled trial.Theodoros Mantopoulos2014SheffieldA040 Theodoros Mantopoulos.pdf
Does higher quality primary care for people with dementia affect hospital admission?Panos Kasteridis2014SheffieldA046 Panos Kasteridis.pdf
Decision-making for healthcare resource allocation: Joint versus separate decisions on interacting interventionsHelen Dakin2014SheffieldA047 Helen Dakin.pdf
Do financial incentives to improve quality of care lead to better patient outcomes?Yiu-Shing Lau2014SheffieldA049 Yiu-Shing Lau.pdf
Variations in performance of mental health providers in the English NHS: an analysis of the relationship between readmission rates and LOSValerie Moran2014SheffieldA051 Valerie Moran.pdf
Does national policy have an impact on NHS productivity?Chris Bojke2014SheffieldA059 Chris Bojke.pdf
Eliciting value judgements about health inequality aversion: testing for framing effectsShehzad Ali2014SheffieldA061 Shehzad Ali.pdf
Discrete choice experiment response rates: A meta-analysisFrauke Becker2014SheffieldA065 Frauke Becker.pdf
Trends and inequalities in fruits and vegetable purchases in France between 2002 and 2010 In the context of the national nutrition and health programGaëlle Jamet2014SheffieldA066 Gaelle Jamet.pdf
Addressing missing data in patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs): implications for the use of PROMs for comparing provider performanceManuel Gomes2014SheffieldA067 Manuel Gomes.pdf
Going back to our roots: a case for the welfarist approach?Sabina Sanghera2014SheffieldA068 Sabina Sanghera.pdf
Better health in times of economic hardship?Victoria Serra-Sastre2014SheffieldA070 Victoria Serra-Sastre.pdf
Developing an EQ-5D-5L value set for EnglandBrendan Mulhern2014SheffieldA071 Brendan Mulhern.pdf
The right cot, at the right time, at the right place – evaluating the design and organisation of neonatal care.Anne Spencer2014SheffieldA072 Anne Spencer.pdf
Inequality in Utilization and Incidence of Benefits of Free Personal care in ScotlandZahidul Quayyum2014SheffieldA074 Zahidul Quayyum.pdf
Multi-attribute valuation: A comparison of the discrete choice experiment and best-worst scaling approachesNicolas Krucien2014SheffieldA078 Nicolas Krucien.pdf
The Impact of Breastfeeding on Childhood BMI: Evidence from the Millennium Cohort StudyLaura A. Gibson2014SheffieldA082 Laura Gibson.pdf
Malaria in Ghana: Integrated Macroeconomic and Epidemiological- Demographic Impact AssessmentMarcus Keogh-Brown2014SheffieldA083 Marcus Keogh-Brown.pdf
Value engineering and multi-criteria decision making as a part of health technology assessment in medical devicesIvana Ju?i?ková2014SheffieldA085 Ivana Jurickova.pdf
Attitudes towards Healthy Eating, Fruit and Vegetable Consumption, and Health Outcomes in ScotlandLiam McMorrow2014SheffieldA086 Liam Mc Morrow.pdf
Boosting health insurance coverage in developing countries: The effect of conditional cash transfer programmes in rural Mexico (Revised version: 26/11/2012)Heather Brown2013ExeterFull_Brown-H.pdf
Independence, interactions and inference in partial factorial trialsHelen A Dakin2013ExeterFull_Dakin-H.pdf
Proxy reporting of Health-Related Quality of Life using the EuroQol-5D in care home residents; how good is it and how should we deal with clustering effects?Angela Devine2013ExeterFull_Devine-A.pdf
ARE COST-EFFECTIVENESS RESULTS SENSITIVE TO THE CHOICE OF IMPUTATION METHOD? A COMPARISON OF MULTIPLE IMPUTATION APPROACHES FOR CLUSTERED DATA.KARLA DÍAZ-ORDAZ2013ExeterFull_DiazOrdaz-K.pdf
Public Health Review of a Ministerial National Health Improvement Programme: A Programme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis (PBMA) Methodology, Wales U.K.Edwards R.T2013ExeterFull_Edwards-R.pdf
Economic impact of a pharmacist-led IT-based intervention with simple feedback in reducing rates of clinically important errors in medicines management in general practices (PINCER)Rachel A Elliott2013ExeterFull_Elliot-R.pdf
The relationship between body mass index (BMI) and health-related quality of life using the CHU-9D in children: implications for the practice of economic evaluation.Emma Frew2013ExeterFull_Frew-E.pdf
Developing a classification system for an MS-specific preference-based measureLiz Goodwin2013ExeterFull_Goodwin-E.pdf
Does access to Walk-in Centres affect attendance at accident and emergency departments?Hugh Gravelle2013ExeterFull_Gravelle-H.pdf
Do we care about the future? Why implementation levels should be estimated in early-stage economic evaluationSabine Grimm2013ExeterFull_Grimm-S.pdf
Is higher primary care quality associated with lower hospital admissions for people with severe mental illness?Nils Gutacker2013ExeterFull_Gutacker-N.PDF
A Socioeconomic Profile of Physical Inactivity in EnglandBruce Hollingsworth2013ExeterFull_Hollingsworth-B.pdf
The capability approach in health economics: are we applying it correctly?Milad Karimi2013ExeterFull_Karimi-M.pdf
A qualitative assessment of the content and face validity of the EQ-5D-5L and ICECAP-A.Thomas Keeley2013ExeterFull_Keeley-T.pdf
The effect on the UK economy of health co-benefits associated with climate change mitigation strategiesMarcus Keogh-Brown2013ExeterFull_Keogh-Brown-M.PDF
Local targets for national objectives – Lessons from bottom-up design of Pay-for-Performance schemesSøren Rud Kristensen2013ExeterFull_Kristensen-S.pdf
Association between hospital costs, process quality of care and patient health outcomes in EnglandMauro Laudicella2013ExeterFull_Laudicella-M.pdf
Development and valuation of a vision bolt-on to EQ-5DLouise Longworth2013ExeterFull_Longworth-L.pdf
Moving up and sliding down: An empirical assessment of the effect of social mobility on subjective wellbeingGrace Lordan2013ExeterFull_Lordan-G.pdf
A comparison of Bayesian and frequentist approaches for mapping between the Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire and generic preference-based measuresJ Madan2013ExeterFull_Madan-J.pdf
Is there an Association between Medical Research and Development and Health?A. McGuire2013ExeterFull_McGuire-A.pdf
Applying the sufficient capability approach in health economic evaluationsPaul M. Mitchell2013ExeterFull_Mitchell-P.pdf
Costs and benefits of interventions to improve the management of COPD: results of an implementation studySteve Morris2013ExeterFull_Morris-S.pdf
The impact of activity based hospital financing on health care and mortality: evidence from hospital payment reforms in OECD countries.Parida Obulqasim2013ExeterFull_Obulqasim-P.pdf
Title: A Methodological Exploration into the Feasibility of Eliciting Preference Values for the new 7 ItemWeight-specific Adolescent Instrument for Economic evaluation (WAItE) using Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs)Yemi Oluboyede2013ExeterFull_Oluboyede-Y.pdf
What determines the shape of an EQ-5D index distribution?David Parkin2013ExeterFull_Parkin-D.pdf
IMPRECISE PREFERENCES AND ORDER EFFECTS IN TIME TRADE-OFFJose Luis Pinto Prades2013ExeterFull_Pinto_Prades-J.pdf
Subjective well-being and generic preference-based measures of health: an empirical contributionChristopher James Sampson2013ExeterFull_Sampson-C.pdf
Variations in provider costs in the hip fracture care pathwayAndrew Street2013ExeterFull_Street-A.pdf
Comparison of costing methodologies applied to cost profiles at the end of lifeJoanna C Thorn2013ExeterFull_Thorn-J.pdf
INEQUALITY AND RISK AVERSION IN HEALTH AND INCOME: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS USING HYPOTHETICAL SCENARIOS WITH LOSSESAki Tsuchiya2013ExeterFull_Tsuchiya-A.pdf
Impact of Hospital Pay-for-Performance Structures on Quality Improvement: Evidence from the Advancing Quality programme in EnglandAlex Turner2013ExeterFull_Turner-A.pdf
Disentangling the volume-outcome relationship in neonatal care in EnglandSam Watson2013ExeterFull_Watson-S.pdf
APPROPRIATE MAPPING FUNCTIONS IN HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE: MAPPING FROM FACT-G OR QLQ-C30 TO EQ-5DTracey Young2013ExeterFull_Young-T.pdf
Cost-equality analysis of health care programmes – a methodological case study of the UK Bowel Cancer Screening ProgrammeM Asaria2013ExeterFull_Asaria-M.pdf
Does treatment collection and observation each day keep the patient away? Analysing the determinants of adherence among patients with Tuberculosis in South Africa.Stephen Birch2013ExeterFull_Birch-S.pdf
Smoking behaviour in social networksSergio Currarini2012Oxford2.+Smoking+behaviour+in+social+networks.pdf
EVIDENCE ON THE LONG SHADOW OF POOR MENTAL HEALTH ACROSS THREE GENERATIONSDavid W. Johnston2012Oxford5.+Evidence+on+the+Long+Shadow+of+Poor+Mental+Health+Across+Three+Generations.pdf
Adjusting for misreporting bias in the EQ-5D-5L: the feasibility, validity and value of anchoring vignettesNicole Au2012Oxford6.+Adjusting+for+misreporting+bias+in+the+EQ-5D-5L+-+the+feasibility,+validity+and+value+of+anchoring+vignettes.pdf
The production of dental care and the measurement of outputAnthony Harris2012Oxford10.+The+production+of+dental+care+and+the+measurement+of+output.pdf
Competition, prices, and quality: an analysis of the behavior of Australian GPsHugh Gravelle2012Oxford11. GP price quality competition HESG 18 05 12 hg.pdf
Interpretation of the expected value of perfect information in economic evaluations: a reviewJoanna Thorn2012Oxford13.+Interpretation+of+the+expected+value+of+perfect+information+in+economic+evaluations+A+review.pdf
Temporal Uncertainty in Cost-effectiveness Decision ModelsRonan Mahon2012Oxford15.+Temporal+Uncertainty+in+Cost-effectiveness+Decision+Models.pdf
Measuring health inequality in the context of cost-effectiveness analysis: Don’t concentrate on the concentration index!Miqdad Asaria2012Oxford22.+Measuring+health+inequality+in+the+context+of+cost+effectiveness+analysis+Dont+concentrate+on+the+concentration+index.pdf
A Dynamic Approach to Pharmaceutical Regulation: Value-based Pricing versus Welfare MaximisationSabine Grimm2012Oxford23.+A+Dynamic+Approach+to+Pharmaceutical+Regulation+Value-Based+Pricing+versus+Welfare+Maximisation.pdf
Measuring inequalities in drug innovation in terms of unmet needEliana Barrenho2012Oxford31.+Measuring+inequalities+in+drug+innovation+in+terms+of+unmet+need.pdf
The development of a discrete choice experiment questionnaire to elicit parents’ perspectives on centralised services for children with cleft lip and palateKe, KM2012Oxford35. Ke_KM_HESG Oxford 2012.pdf
A Bayesian Clinical Trial Simulation for Expected Value of Sample Information Analysis in Systemic Lupus ErythematosusWatson, P.2012Oxford40.+A+Bayesian+Clinical+Trial+Simulation+for+Expected+Value+of+Sample+Information+Analysis+in+Systemic+Lupus+Erythematosus.pdf
Stated preferences for persistence with medications: A discrete choice experiment (DCE)Fargher EA2012Oxford41.+Stated+preferences+for+persistence+with+medications+A+discrete+choice+experiment.pdf
Importance of Health and Health Care among Nomadic Pastoralists in SomaliaRoy Carr-Hill2012Oxford42.+Importance+Health+and+Health+Care+among+Nomadic+Pastoralists+in+Somalia.pdf
Clinical Practice Variation as a method for identification of disinvestment opportunities: a case study of laser capsulotomyJohn Busby2012Oxford47.+Clinical+Practice+Variation+as+a+Method+for+Identification+of+Disinvestment+Opportunities+A+Case+Study+of+Laser+Capsulotomy.pdf
Trapped in technology adoption? Breaking the dependency of health economics on coverage decisionsStirling Bryan2012Oxford50.+Trapped+in+technology+adoption+Breaking+the+dependency+of+health+economics+on+coverage+decsions.pdf
The fiscal consequences of health and investments in healthcare: A quantitative “government perspective” analytic frameworkNikolaos Kotsopoulos2012Oxford52.+The+fiscal+consequences+of+health+and+investments+in+healthcare+A+quantitative+“government+perspective”+analytic+framework.pdf
Appropriate methods for economic evaluation of programmes with costs and effects extending across sectorsSimon Walker2012Oxford57.+Appropriate+methods+for+economic+evaluation+of+programmes+with+costs+and+effects+extending+across+sectors.pdf
The use of risk-based discrete choice experiments to capture preferences over health states.Angela Robinson2012Oxford58.+The+use+of+risk-based+discrete+choice+experiments+to+capture.pdf
The cost-effectiveness of using financial incentives to improve provider quality: a framework and applicationRachel Meacock2012Oxford61.+The+cost-effectiveness+of+using+financial+incentives+to+improve+provider+quality+A+framework+and+application.pdf
Inpatient and noninpatient resource utilization of type2 diabetes patientsMaria Alva2012Oxford62.+Inpatient+and+noninpatient+resource+utilization+of+type2+diabetes+patients.pdf
The joint evaluation of hospital cost and quality performance: New evidence from the English PROM initiativeNils Gutacker2012Oxford66.+The+joint+evaluation+of+hospital+cost+and+quality+performance+New+evidence+from+the+English+PROM+initiative.pdf
Does waiting time influence the effectiveness of surgery? Evidence from the national PROMs datasetSilviya Nikolova2012Oxford67.+Does+waiting+time+influence+the+effectiveness+of+surgery+Evidence+from+the+national+PROMs+dataset.pdf
INCORPORATING DISCRETE CHOICE EXPERIMENTS INTO AN ECONOMIC EVALUATION: A CASE STUDY OF PREFERENCES FOR ALTERNATIVE MONITORING SERVICES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH OCULAR HYPERTENSIONRodolfo Hernández2012Oxford70.+Incorporating+DCEs+into+an+economic+evaluation+A+case+study+of+preferences+for+alternative+monitoring+services+for+individuals+with+ocular+hypertension.pdf
USING A DISCRETE CHOICE EXPERIMENT WITH DURATION TO VALUE HEALTH STATES: A FEASIBILITY STUDY USING EQ-5D-5LNick Bansback2012Oxford72.+Using+a+discrete+choice+experiment+with+duration+to+value+health+states+a+feasibility+study+using+EQ-5D-5L.pdf
Evaluating the economic impact of technological advances in diagnostics: The case of high throughput sequencing for hereditary breast cancerIan Jacob2012Oxford75.+Evaluating+the+economic+impact+of+technological+advances+in+diagnostics+-+the+case+of+high+throughput+sequencing+for+hereditary+breast+cancer.pdf
OPERATIONALISING THE CAPABILITIES APPROACH FOR OUTCOME MEASUREMENT IN MENTAL HEALTH STUDIESSimon J2012Oxford82.+Operationalising+the+Capabilities+Approach+for+Outcome.pdf
The supply of unpaid hoursFeng Yan2012Oxford84.+The+supply+of+unpaid+hours.pdf
Why consider interactions in trial-based economic evaluation? A case study of a factorial trialHelen Dakin2012Oxford85.+Why+consider+interactions+in+trial-based+evaluation+A+case+study+of+a+factorial+trial.pdf
Assessing the potential role and value of analytic approaches in assisting research priority-settingAndronis L2012Oxford87.+Assessing+the+potential+role+and+value+of+analytic+approaches+in+assisting+research+priority-setting.pdf
The impact of primary care supply on quality of care in EnglandLaura Vallejo-Torres2012Oxford89.+The+impact+of+primary+care+supply+on+quality+of+care+in+England.pdf
Assessing genomic technologies: do we need to overhaul the health economists’ methodological toolbox?James Buchanan2012Oxford90.+Assessing+genomic+technologies+-+do+we+need+to+overhaul+the+health+economists’+methodological+toolbox.pdf
How do financial incentives impact on the distribution of the quality of care? Evidence from the Advancing Quality (AQ) initiativeThomas Mason2012Oxford92.+How+do+financial+incentives+impact+on+the+distribution+of+the+quality+of+care+Evidence+from+the+Advancing+Quality+_AQ_+initiative.pdf
The application of the relative distributions method to investigate inequalities – the case of psychological well-being and happinessJing Shen2012Oxford93.+The+application+of+the+relative+distributions+method+to+investigate+inequalities++the+case+of+psychological+well-being+and+happiness.pdf
On the length of recall windows in survey design: A survey experimentGustav Kjellsson2012Oxford95.+On+the+length+of+recall+windows+in+survey+design+A+survey+experiment.pdf
The impact of disease information on general public preferences for health states: Comparing labeling, disease-­?specific, and adaptation informationThomas Butt2012Oxford96.+The+impact+of+disease+information+on+general+public+preferences+for+health+states+Comparing+labeling,+disease-specific+and+adaptation+information.pdf
Adverse lifestyle effects of colorectal cancer screening – Does the utilization of selected lifestyle-related co morbidities change dependent upon a screening outcome?Eline Aas2012Oxfordffects+of+colorectal+cancer+screening+–+Does+the+utilization+of+selected+lifestyle-related+co+morbidities+change+dependent+upon+a+screening+outcome.pdf
The impact of long-term care on primary care doctor consultations for people over 75Julien Forder2012Oxfordimpact+of+longterm+care+on+primary+care+doctor+consultations+for+people+over+75+_previously+Substitution+between+heath+and+social+care+services+in+England_.pdf
Could improved training opportunities reduce health workforce migration from sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from a discrete choice experiment among pharmacistsGillian Stynes2012Oxfordould+improved+training+opportunities+reduce+health+workforce+migration+from+sub-Saharan+Africa+Evidence+from+a+discrete+choice+experiment+among+pharmacists.pdf
HERALD (Health Economics using Routine Anonymised Linked Data) Protocol PaperHusain M.J2011BangorA1_Husain_HERALD[1].pdf
Population ageing in Scotland: Implications for healthcare expenditure using linked SLSSMR01 dataClaudia Geue2011BangorA2_Geue_ageing[1].pdf
Is the Quality Adjusted Life Year (QALY) as calculated with the EQ-5D a suitable measure when looking at the wellbeing of carers of people with dementia?C Jones2011BangorA3_Jones_carer QALY[1].pdf
Completion of self-reported health and capability measures: a think-aloud studyHareth Al-Janabi2011BangorA4_Al-Janabi_thinkaloud[1].pdf
Health state valuation questions: Does mode of administration matter?Brendan Mulhern2011BangorA5_Mulhern_self report[1].pdf
The use of qualitative methods in developing the descriptive systems of preference based measures of health related quality of life for use in economic evaluationKatherine Stevens2011BangorA6_Stevens_qualitative[1].pdf
Measuring utility values in children aged 6-7 years: CHU-9D vs. EQ-5D-YCanaway A.2011BangorA7_Canaway_Chu-9D[1].pdf
‘Nothing about us without us?’ Reflections on the utilisation of best worst scaling discrete choice experiment methods to obtain adolescent specific values for the Child Health Utility 9DJulie Ratcliffe2011BangorA8_Ratcliffe_best worst[1].pdf
A discrete choice experiment of family preferences for routine consultations in paediatric diabetesMs Longo M2011BangorA9_Longo_diabetes[1].pdf
Social business, health and well-being: mapping a research agendaCam Donaldson2011BangorA10_Donaldson_agenda[1].pdf
A comparison of hypothetical versus real willingness to pay for ion-exchange water softeners in the context of childhood atopic eczemaTracey H Sach2011BangorA11_Sach_eczema[2].pdf
Market failure and care at the end of life in the NHSJeff Round2011BangorB1_Round_endoflife[1].pdf
Vertical and horizontal inequity in area level allocations of cancer spending in EnglandLaura Vallejo-Torres2011BangorB2_Vallejo-Torres_cancer spending[1].pdf
A systematic review of the economic impact of the centralisation of cancer servicesKe, K.M.2011BangorB3_Ke_systematic review[1].pdf
Addressing prospectively the generalisability of economic evaluation results from multi-centre RCTsAdrian Gheorghe2011BangorB4_Gheorghe_Generalisability[1].pdf
Methodological issues in developing a cost-effectiveness model for a domestic violence trial with intermediate outcomes.Angela Devine2011BangorB5_Devine_domestic violence[1].pdf
Disinvestment and health care interventionsAnderson2011BangorB6_Anderson_Final Disinvestment[1].pdf
Economic analysis of health services: developing methods to identify, investigate, and disseminate best clinical practiceJonathan Karnon2011BangorB7_Karnon_clinical practice[1].pdf
What is the empirical basis for holding hospitals financially responsible for emergency readmission rates?Søren Rud Kristensen2011BangorB8_Kristensen_Emergency Readmissions[1].pdf
Measuring variations in hospital cost while accounting for differences in patient-reported health outcomes: a multilevel approachNils Gutacker2011BangorB9_Gutacker_hospital cost[1].pdf
Preferences for prioritizing kidney transplants. Exploring preference heterogeneity using mixed logit, and latent class.Michael Clark2011BangorB10_Clark_kidney[1].pdf
Do the methods used to analyse missing data really matter? A case of Intermediate Care patients.Billingsley Kaambwa2011BangorB11_Kaambwa_Missing Data[1].pdf
Parental Depression and Conduct Problems in Children: Evidence of Parental service use and costs after attending the Incredible Years Basic Parenting ProgrammeJ.M. Charles2011BangorC1_Charles_Parental Depression[1].pdf
Did pressure to meet waiting times targets for elective patients reduce the quality of care for emergency patients?Yiu-Shing Lau2011BangorC2_Shing Lau_waiting times[1].pdf
Development of a Database of Instruments for Resource Use Measurement (DIRUM): Purpose, feasibility and designRidyard C2011BangorC3_Ridyard_DIRUM[1].pdf
Developing a need based resource allocation formula using inverse probability weighting methods in poor data settings: lessons from BangladeshZahidul Quayyum2011BangorC4_Quayyum_Bangladesh[1].pdf
The youth of today are sickening: Implications of age and cohort effects in health and service use for NHS planningThomas Mason2011BangorC5_Mason_implications[1].pdf
VALUING END-OF-LIFE TECHNOLOGIES, INVESTIGATING THE EXISTENCE OF A ‘CANCER PREMIUM’ AND METHODOLOGICAL QUESTIONS FOR HEALTH ECONOMICSRachel Baker2011BangorC6_Baker_cancer premium[1].pdf
Looking for the ‘Values’ to inform Value-Based Pricing: A Review of the Empirical Ethics (Equity) Evidence!Colin Green2011BangorC7_Green_VBP[1].pdf
What Values Should Count in HTA for New Medicines under Value Based Pricing in the UK?Shepley Orr2011BangorC8_Orr_HTAforNewMedicinesunderValueBasedPricing[1].pdf
Indirect Costs of Lost productivity: Conceptual and methodological considerations within the UKJesse Kigozi2011BangorC9_Kigozi_productivity[1].pdf
Population health impact and budget implications of reducing public health risks in England – a multi-dimensional life table analysis.Niessen L2011BangorC10_Niessen_multidisease[1].pdf
An exploration of the relationship between multimorbidity and use of primary health care resources in EnglandSam Brilleman2011BangorC11_Brilleman_multimorbidity[1].pdf
Revenue or Reputation: A Quantitative Analysis of General Practitioner Motivation and Peer Effects using Longitudinal DataThomas Allen, Matt Sutton2011YorkAllenYork2011.pdf
Do hospitals respond to prices? Evidence from NorwayJ E Askildsen, T H Holmas, J Januleviciute, O Kaarboe, L Siciliani, M Sutton2011YorkAskildsenYork2011.pdf
Disentangling unobserved heterogeneity and technical efficiency: Evidences from a panel of Italian hospitalsVincenzo Atella, Silvio Daidone Giuseppe Ilardi Federico Belotti Giorgia Marini2011YorkAtellaYork2011.pdf
GET MORE, PAY MORE? An elaborate test of the validity of willingness to pay per QALY estimatesAna Bobinac, Job van Exel, Frans Rutten, Werner Brouwer2011YorkBobinacYork2011.pdf
Mind the Gap! Geographic Transferability of Economic Evaluation in HealthChristian E.H. Boehler, Joanne Lord, Martin J. Buxton2011YorkBoehlerYork2011.pdf
Exploring the concept of 'avoidable mortality' as a quality indicator for NHS hospital output: the case of circulatory diseases in EnglandChris Bojke, Adriana Castelli and Olena Nizalova2011YorkBojkeYork2011.pdf
Intergenerational transfer of health: the role of time and risk preferencesHeather Brown and Marjon van der Pol2011YorkBrownYork2011.pdf
Unifying research and reimbursement decisions: an algorithm for policy choiceClaxton K., Spackman E., Griffin S., Palmer S., Longworth L., Bojke L., and Youn J2011YorkClaxtonYork2011.pdf
Did increased competition undermine socio-economic equity in hospital care in the English National Health Service from 2003 to 2008? Panel analysis of small area administrative dataRichard Cookson, Mauro Laudicella, Paolo Li Donni2011YorkCooksonYork2011.pdf
How much should be paid for specialised treatment?Silvio Daidone, Andrew Street2011YorkDaidoneYork2011.pdf
On the persistence of obesityJ. J. Daouli, A. Davillas, M. Demoussis, N. Giannakopoulos2011YorkDaouliYork2011.pdf
Identifying capabilities for the ICECAP-A measureHareth Al-Janabi, Terry Flynn, Sam Clemens, Tim Peters, Stirling Bryan, John Brazier, Joanna Coast2010London (LSE)AlJanabiLondon2010.pdf
Equity in prescription drug use among older Ontarians: a preliminary analysis based on linked survey and administrative dataSara Allin2010London (LSE)AllinLondon2010.pdf
Demand for sports and exercise: results from a pilot studyNana Kwame Anokye, Subhash Pokhrel, Martin Buxton, Julia Fox-Rushby2010London (LSE)AnokyeLondon2010.pdf
Use of Richardson's extrapolation to reduce timing errors in Markov modelsPelham Barton2010London (LSE)BartonLondon2010.pdf
Pharmaceutical cost-sharing and market integration by parallel tradeLaura Birg2010London (LSE)BirgLondon2010.pdf
Trends in socio-economic inequality in health care in the English NHS from 2001-7: analysis of national administrative data at small area levelRichard Cookson, Mauro Laudicella, Paolo Li Donni2010London (LSE)CooksonLondon2010.pdf
Does Hospital Competition Save Lives? Evidence From The Recent English NHS Choice ReformsZack Cooper, Stephen Gibbons, Simon Jones and Alistair McGuire2010London (LSE)CooperLondon2010.pdf
CMA or CEA for non-inferiority trials and those observing no significant difference in efficacy?Helen Dakin and Sarah Wordsworth2010London (LSE)DakinLondon2010.pdf
The effects of Medicare part D on prescription drug spending in the USAnna Dijkstra and Panos Kanavos2010London (LSE)DijkstraLondon2010.pdf
Calibrating quality to respect equalityDonald Franklin2010London (LSE)FranklinLondon2010.pdf
Statistical methods for cost-effectiveness analysis that use data from cluster randomised trialsManuel Gomes, Richard Grieve and John Edmunds2010London (LSE)GomesLondon2010.pdf
Paying for Long-Term Care: Potential Reforms to Funding Long-Term CareRuth Hancock, Juliette Malley, Derek King, Linda Pickard, Adelina Comas-Herrera and Marcello Morcian2010London (LSE)HancockLondon2010.pdf
Health mobility: implications for efficiency and equity in priority settingKatharina Hauck, Aki Tsuchiya2010London (LSE)HauckTsuchiyaLondon2010.pdf
A structural equation model of adverse events and length of stay in hospitals Katharina Hauck, Xueyan Zhao2010London (LSE)HauckZhaoLondon2010.pdf
The impact of social isolation on the health status and health-related quality of life of older peopleAnnie Hawton, Colin Green2010London (LSE)HawtonLondon2010.pdf
The role of GP's compensation schemes in diabetes care: evidence from panel dataElisa Iezzi, Matteo Lippi Bruni, Cristina Ugolini2010London (LSE)IezziLondon2010.pdf
Not all incentives wash out the 'warm glow': The case of Blood Donation revisitedMireia Jofre-Bonet2010London (LSE)Jofre-BonetLondon2010.pdf
'Avoidable' mortality: a measure of health system performance after the dissolution of CzechoslovakiaLucia Kossarova; Walter Holland, Elias Mossialos, Alistair McGuire2010London (LSE)KossarovaLondon2010.pdf
Prospective payment and patient selection: Case dumpingIsmo Linnosmaa, Joni Hokkanen2010London (LSE)LinnosmaaLondon2010.pdf
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Development of the EXACT-U: a preference-based algorithm to report COPD exacerbation utilities from the EXACTJennifer Petrillo, John Cairns2010London (LSE)PetrilloLondon2010.pdf
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Regional variation in the productivity of the English National Health ServiceChris Bojke, Adriana Castelli, Mauro Laudicella, Andrew Street and Padraic Ward2010CorkBojkeCork2010.pdf
Adoption of Prescribing Innovations in Irish General PracticesJane Bourke & Stephen Roper2010CorkBourkeCork2010.pdf
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Explaining Trends in the Rate of Caesarean Section in Ireland 1999-2007Aoife Brick and Richard Layte2010CorkBrickCork2010.pdf
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Health Literacy: The various economic angles to a measureless concept, implications for the UK & IrelandDiarmuid Coughlan2010CorkCoughlanCork2010.pdf
Economic evaluation of factorial randomised controlled trials: Why the method of analysis mattersHelen Dakin and Alastair Gray2010CorkDakinCork2010.pdf
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Valuing health using VAS and rank data: does the VAS contain cardinal information?Claire Hulme, Richard Edlin2009ManchesterHulmeManchester2008.pdf
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Efficiency analysis of English obstetrics specialtiesAndrew Street, Mauro Laudicella, Kim Rose Olsen2009ManchesterStreetManchester2008.pdf
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Performance differences between for-profit and not-for-profit health providers: relevance for the NHSBernarda Zamora, Will Bartlett, Virginie Perotin et al2009ManchesterZamoraManchester2008.pdf
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Exploring outcomes and preferences for guided self helpLinda Davies, Karina Lovell, Peter Bower et al2009ManchesterDaviesManchester2008.pdf
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An Analysis of Subjective Well-Being in IrelandEdel Walsh2009ManchesterWalshManchester2008.pdf
Static versus dynamic: does it matter what modelling approach is used in the economic evaluation of Chlamydia trachomatis screeningTracy Roberts2009ManchesterRobertsManchester2008.pdf
The impact of losses in income due to ill-health: does the EQ-5D reflect lost earnings?Carl Tilling, Marieke Krol, Aki Tsuchiya et al2009ManchesterTillingManchester2008.pdf
Poles apart: health polarisation, bi-polarisation and inequality in Lothian, ScotlandOwen Moseley2009ManchesterMoseleyManchester2008.pdf
The economic determinants of physical activity behaviour: evidence from the Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) SurveyHeather Brown2009ManchesterBrownManchester2008.pdf
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International comparison of public sector performance: the use of anchoring vignettes to adjust self-reported dataSilvana Robone, Nigel Rice, Peter Smith2009ManchesterRaboneManchester2008.pdf
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Do members of the public wish to attach more weight to some QALYs than to others?: The 'QALYgrid' approachAngela Robinson, Rachel Baker, Cam Donaldson et al2009ManchesterRobinsonManchester2008.pdf
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Twenty-two short models about mammography: how model design choices drive predictions of the benefits of screeningJason Madan2009ManchesterMadanManchester2008.pdf
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The impact of mental wellbeing on obesity in Great BritainMelina Dritsaki, Stephen Morris2009ManchesterDritsakiManchester2009.pdf
Self assessed health, income, income inequality & deprivation in Scotland & England: a further examination of the 'Scottish effect'Yves Arrighi, James D Lewsey and Paula K Lorgelly2009ManchesterArrighiManchester2009.pdf
Does higher quality of care in general practice reduce emergency hospital admissions? Evidence from diabetes management in the Quality and Outcomes FrameworkMark Dusheiko, Tim Doran, Hugh Gravelle, Catherine Fullwood, Martin Roland2009ManchesterDusheikoManchester2009.pdf
Cost variation in diabetes care delivered in English hospitalsKristensen T, Laudicella M, Ejersted C, Street A2009SheffieldKristensenSheffield2009.pdf
A comparison of a discrete choice experiment to the time-trade-off to value health states for QALYsBansback N, Brazier J, Tsuchiya A, Anis A2009SheffieldBansbackSheffield2009.pdf
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Valuing care experience using the compensating income variation method: a comparison of life satisfaction with health statusMentzakis E, McNamee P, Ryan M, Sutton M2009SheffieldMentzakisSheffield2009.pdf
Using qualitative methods for attribute development for discrete choice experiments: issues and recommendationsCoast J, Al-Janabi H, Sutton E, Horrocks S, Vosper J, Swancutt D, Flynn T2009SheffieldCoastSheffield2009.pdf
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The impact of socioeconomic status on the relationship between obesity and health related quality of life in EnglandKinge JM, Morris S2009SheffieldKingeSheffield2009.pdf
The impact of the 2006 NHS dental reforms on access to dentistryWhittaker W, Birch S2009SheffieldWhittakerSheffield2009.pdf
Estimating health care expenditure in Scotland: a review of modelling and research design for an ageing populationGeue C, Lorgelly P, Briggs A2009SheffieldGeueSheffield2009.pdf
Measuring the value of life: exploring a new method for deriving the monetary value of a QALYTilling C, Krol M, Tsuchiya A, Brazier J, van Exel J, Brouwer W2009SheffieldTillingSheffield2009.pdf
Getting out what we put in: how productive is the NHS in England?Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street A, Ward P2009SheffieldCastelliSheffield2009.pdf
Going the same 'weigh'? Spousal correlations in obesity in the UKBrown H2009SheffieldBrownSheffield2009.pdf
Extrapolation of parametric survival curves: a case study evaluation using updated dataDavies C, Briggs A, Lorgelly P, Malchau H2009SheffieldDaviesSheffield2009.pdf
The impact of system reform on commissioning in the NHSDusheiko M, Goddard M, Gravelle H, Verzulli R2009SheffieldDusheikoGoddardSheffield2009.pdf
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The value of evidence: a re-analysis of the use of steroids in head injuryMcKenna C, Griffin S, Claxton K2009SheffieldMcKennaSheffield2009.pdf
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Blood donation as a public good: analysis of determinants of blood donationAbsolo I, Tsuchiya A2009SheffieldAbasoloSheffield2009.pdf
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Estimating the crime value of a QALY: a methodological reviewBulman E, Covey J, Loomes G, Robinson A, Spackman M2009SheffieldBulmanSheffield2009.pdf
Targeting public services in England: evidence from social care services for older peopleFernandez J-L, Snell T2009SheffieldFernandezSheffield2009.pdf
Power and sample size for cost-effectiveness analysis: a non-inferiority case studyBoyd K, Briggs AH, Lorgelly P, Norrie J, Stock S2009SheffieldBoydSheffield2009.pdf
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The effect of user charges on the elderly: substitution and offset effectLee JT, Smith PC2009SheffieldLeeSheffield2009.pdf
Capacity constrained cost-effectiveness analysis: a pilot study in glaucomaKarnon J, Martin A, Casson R2009SheffieldKarnonSheffield2009.pdf
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The effect of travel distance on patient attendance at hospital outpatient appointmentDusheiko M, Gravelle H, Halls PJ, Richards W2009SheffieldDusheikoGravelleSheffield2009.pdf
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To change or not to change: understanding why members of the general population alter their values for rheumatoid arthritis statesMcTaggart-Cowan H, Tsuchiya A, O'Cathain A, Brazier J2009SheffieldMcTaggart-CowanSheffield2009.pdf
Nursing workforce skill mix and the competitiveness of qualified nurses'' pay: a local labour market analysisCombes J-B, Elliott RF, Sk????tun D2009SheffieldCombesSheffield2009.pdf
Measuring the level of uncertainty: the impact of neglecting to include all options in a cost- effectiveness analysisBarton GR, Sach TH, Fenwick EAL2009SheffieldBartonSheffield2009.pdf
Methodological challenges for developing an outcome measure based on Sen's Capability Approach for assessing women's well-being in rural MalawiGreco G, Skordis J, Mills A2009SheffieldGrecoSheffield2009.pdf
Mixed logit estimation of willingness to pay distributions: a comparison of models in preference and WTP space using data from a health-related choice experimentHole AR, Kolstad JR2009SheffieldHoleSheffield2009.pdf
The effect of a pay for performance system on GPs' monetary and nonmonetary motivationsYan Feng, Shelley Farrar, Matt Sutton, Ada Ma2008AberdeenFengAberdeen2008.pdf
Designing a disease model for heart failure to examine cost effectiveness of statinsElisabeth Fenwick, Paula Lorgelly, Pardeep Jhund, Sanjay Ghandi, Andrew Briggs2008AberdeenFenwickAberdeen2008.pdf
Equity in the use of physician visits in NorwayAstrid Grasdal, Karin Monstad2008AberdeenGrasdaAberdeen2008.pdf
Response bias in job satisfaction surveys: English general practitionersHugh Gravelle, Arne Rise Hole, Iftekher Hossein2008AberdeenGravelleAberdeen2008.pdf
Risk adjustment in coronary bypass grafting: how EuroSCORE is related to cost, health related quality of life, and cost-effectivenessUnto H?_kinnen, Tuula Kurki, Antti Vento, Mikko Peltola2008AberdeenHakinnenAberdeen2008.pdf
Optimal health and retirement policies amid population agingGisela Hostenkamp, Michael Stolpe2008AberdeenHostenkampAberdeen2008.pdf
How does accounting for patient characteristics affect comparison of costs across hospitals?Anne Hvenegaard, Andrew Street, Torben H??jmark S??rensen, Dorte Gyrd-Hansen2008AberdeenHvenegaardAberdeen2008.pdf
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Claims and compensation for patient injuries in a no-blame insurance schemeJutta J?_rvelin2008AberdeenJ?_rvelinAberdeen2008.pdf
How public health care providers react to competition?Eila Kankaanp?_?_, Hannu Valtonen, Ismo Linnosmaa2008AberdeenKankaanpaaAberdeen2008.pdf
Competition for patients versus gate keeping in a list patient system: the case of prescriptionsInger Cathrine Kann, Hilde Lur?s, Erik Bi??rn2008AberdeenKannAberdeen2008.pdf
How can rural jobs be made more attractive to Tanzanian health workers? Results from a discrete choice experiment in TanzaniaJulie Riise Kolstad2008AberdeenKolstadAberdeen2008.pdf
Scale and technical efficiencies in hospitals: empirical results for a panel of Danish public hospitalsTroels Kristensen, Kim Rose Olsen2008AberdeenKristensenAberdeen2008.pdf
Health care deprivation profiles in the measurement of inequality and inequity: an application to GP fundholding in the English NHSMauro Laudicella, Richard Cookson, Andrew Jones, Nigel Rice2008AberdeenLaudicellaAberdeen2008.pdf
Is there a relationship between home ownership and income-related health inequality?J??rgen Lauridsen, Terkel Christiansen2008AberdeenLauridsenAberdeen2008.pdf
Advertising and strategic entry deterrence in pharmaceutical marketsIsmo Linnosmaa, Marisa Miraldo2008AberdeenLinnosmaaAberdeen2008.pdf
Understanding why the general population may or may not change their values in hypothetical health state valuations: a qualitative study using rheumatoid arthritis statesHelen McTaggart-Cowan, Alicia O'Cathain, Aki Tsuchiya, John Brazier2008AberdeenMcTaggart-CowanAberdeen2008.pdf
Review of statistical methods of analysing healthcare resources use and costs dataBorislava Mihaylova, Andrew Briggs, Anthony O??Hagan, Simon Thompson2008AberdeenMihaylovaAberdeen2008.pdf
Effect of waiting time reform on the provision of surgical operationsHennamari Mikkola, Markku Pekurinen2008AberdeenMikkolaAberdeen2008.pdf
Income inequality and health: exploring the association in a high-inequality contextTherese Nilsson2008AberdeenNilssonAberdeen2008.pdf
Efficiency of community level midwifery care in Indonesia: a stochastic frontier analysisZahid Quayyum, Murray Smith2008AberdeenQuayyumAberdeen2008.pdf
Public hospitals: incentives and organizationEric Rehn2008AberdeenRehnAberdeen2008.pdf
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Capturing information loss in estimates of uncertainty that arise from mapping algorithmsJeff Round2008AberdeenRoundAberdeen2008.pdf
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Public hospitals, output uncertainty and output-based incentive schemesFred Schroyen2008AberdeenSchroyenAberdeen2008.pdf
The effects of financial incentives on quality of care: the case of diabetesAnthony Scott, Stefanie Schurer, Paul Jensen, Peter Sivey2008AberdeenScottAberdeen2008.pdf
What has thirty years of formula funding in the English NHS achieved?Matt Sutton, Steve Morris2008AberdeenSuttonAberdeen2008.pdf
Is longer waiting time associated with health outcomes and costs of medication in hip replacement patients? A randomized clinical trialUlla Tuominen, Marja Blom, Johanna Hirvonen, Harri Sintonen2008AberdeenTuominenAberdeen2008.pdf
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Inpatient or outpatient: does it make a difference in terms of hospital costs and cost efficiency?Kirsi Vitikainen, Miika Linna, Andrew Street2008AberdeenVitikainenAberdeen2008.pdf
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Valuation of informal care states: Preliminary findings from a best-worst scaling studyHareth Al-Janabi, Joanna Coast, Terry Flynn2008NorwichAl-JanabiUEA2008.pdf
Systematic reviews of economic evaluations: utility or futility?Rob Anderson2008NorwichAndersonUEA2008.pdf
Programme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis (PBMA): a case study of the Greek contextAngelos Tsourapas, Emma Frew2008NorwichTsourapasUEA2008.pdf
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A critique of decision analytic modelling in cost-effectiveness analyses of smoking cessation services: what makes a good model?Kathleen Boyd & Andrew Briggs2008NorwichBoydUEA2008.pdf
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Circulatory disease in the NHS: measuring trends in hospital costs and outputsAdriana Castelli and Peter C. Smith2008NorwichCastelliUEA2008.pdf
The optimal development and efficient regulation of health care technologiesEmanuela Castelnuovo2008NorwichCastelnuovoUEA2008.pdf
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Is the indexing of economic methodology papers feasible? An investigation using NHS EEDDawn Craig, Ian Shemilt, Stephen Rice, James Christie, John Nixon, Miranda Mugford2008NorwichCraigUEA2008.pdf
Sequencing Anomalies in Choice ExperimentsBrett Day and Jose-Luis Pinto2008NorwichDayUEA2008.pdf
Mapping utility scores: How does it compare to actual trial results?Garry Barton, Tracey Sach, Claire Jenkinson, Anthony Avery, Michael Doherty, Kenneth Muir2008NorwichGBartonUEA2008.pdf
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Stochastic application of a model for informing resource allocation decision abou the implementation of clinical practice guidelines in diabetes careTies Hoomans, Andre J.H.A. Ament, Silvia M.A.A. Evers, Johan L. Severens2008NorwichHoomansUEA2008.pdf
Prevalent and multiple future incident cohorts in cost-effectiveness analysisMartin Hoyle, Rob Anderson2008NorwichHoyleUEA2008.pdf
A comparison of decision modelling techniques in economic evaluation: a case study of screening for atrial fibrillationSue Jowett , Pelham Barton, David Fitzmaurice, Stirling Bryan2008NorwichJowettUEA2008.pdf
From Theory to Practice: Are we capable of operationalising the Capability Approach?Philip Kinghorn and Richard Smith2008NorwichKinghornUEA2008.pdf
Childhood Health, Educational Attainment and Occupational Choice under RiskNeha Kumra2008NorwichKumraUEA2008.pdf
Estimating the hospital cost of cerebral palsy during the first 10 years of lifeJos???? Leal, Sarah Wordsworth and Stavros Petrou2008NorwichLealUEA2008.pdf
The Feasibility - or Otherwise - of Estimating a Monetary Value of a QALYGraham Loomes on behalf of the SVQ Team2008NorwichLoomesUEA2008.pdf
Presentation of economic information in NICE clinical guidelines: adaptation of the GRADE profileJoanne Lord and Francis Ruiz2008NorwichLordUEA2008.pdf
R&D spillovers: do they exist, and if so, does medical research expenditure in the UK generate them?Jorge Mestre-Ferrandiz, Martina Garau and Jon Sussex2008NorwichMestre-FerrandizUEA2008.pdf
Who were the marginal patients under GP fundholding?Damilola Olajide, Matt Sutton2008NorwichOlajideUEA2008.pdf
Mapping the Modified Rankin Scale (mRS) measurement into the generic EuroQol EQ-5D health outcomeMelissa Ouellet, Oliver Rivero-Arias, Alastair Gray, Jane Wolstenholme, Peter M. Rothwell, Ramon L2008NorwichOuelletUEA2008.pdf
What happens to value of information measures as the number of decision options increases?Pelham Barton2008NorwichPBartonUEA2008.pdf
Did 'targets and terror' reduce waiting times in England for hospital care?Carol Propper, Matt Sutton, Carolyn Whitnall, Frank Windmeijer2008NorwichPropperUEA2008.pdf
The measurement and comparison of health system responsivenessNigel Rice, Silvana Robone, Peter C. Smith2008NorwichRiceUEA2008.pdf
Sex and altruism: is screening good for you too?TH Sach, DK Whynes2008NorwichSachUEA2008.pdf
Estimating Health Care Demand with Ordinal Endogenous VariableShamzaeffa Samsudin2008NorwichSamsudinUEA2008.pdf
Mapping the St George's Respiratory Questionnaire to utility values using the EQ-5DHelen J Starkie, Andy H Briggs and Mike G Chambers2008NorwichStarkieUEA2008.pdf
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Pay schemes and health policy objectives: which pay schemes would Norwegian dentists prefer for themselves and which do they think are best for achieving policy objectives?Birgit Abelsen2008AberdeenAbelsenAberdeen2008.pdf
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Willingness to pay for car safety: sensitivity to time framingHenrik Andersson, James Hammitt, Gunnar Lindberg, Kristian Sundstr?m2008AberdeenAnderssonAberdeen2008.pdf
Alternative definitions of multi-way cost-effectiveness acceptability curves and frontiersPelham Barton2008AberdeenBartonAberdeen2008.pdf
Distributional consequences of prioritizationFrederik Carlsen, Oddvar Karb??e2008AberdeenCarlsenAberdeen2008.pdf
Exploring the impact of public services on quality of life: the case of healthAdriana Castelli, Rowena Jacobs, Maria Goddard, Peter Smith2008AberdeenCastelliAberdeen2008.pdf
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The Birmingham Model for Transient Ischaemic AttackPelham Barton, Kate Fletcher, Jonathan Mant2007BirminghamBartonPBirmingham2007.pdf
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A value of information approach to drug development decisionsE Castelnuovo, N Hawkins, K Claxton2007BirminghamCastelnuovoBirmingham2007.pdf
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Does Micro Health Insurance Raise the Health Awareness and Health Status of Microcredit Members in the Rural Areas in Bangladesh?Syed Abdul Hamid, Jennifer Roberts2007BirminghamHamidBirmingham2007.pdf
An exploratory study of patients' willingness to pay for improved quality of service for immediate treatment of minor conditionsSandra Hollinghurst, Melanie Chalder, Marcus Jepson, Ita Connolly, Jonathan Benger2007BirminghamHollinghurstBirmingham2007.pdf
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Implementing innovation in the UK National Health Service. A case study in patient complianceRobin G Milne2007BrunelMilneBrunel2007.pdf
The effect of perceived risks on the demand for vaccination: a discrete choice experimentSadique, M. Z, Edmunds, WJ, Devlin NJ, Parkin DW2007BrunelSadiqueBrunel2007.pdf
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Testing model assumptions and assessing uncertainty; the true value of IPD?Neil Hawkins, Gerry Richardson, Alex Sutton, Nicola Cooper2007BrunelHawkinsBrunel2007.pdf
The implications of socially entrusted decision-making on willingness to pay: the case of insectide treated nets in IndiaFox-Rushby J, Pokhrel S, Vallejo L, Bhatia M2007BrunelFoxRushbyBrunel2007.pdf
Hierarchical Bayes for Mixed Logit Model: an application to genetic testingDean A. Regier, Mandy Ryan and Euan Phimister2007BrunelRegierBrunel2007.pdf
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Relationship between household income and childhood respiratory health: an econometric perspectiveMara Violato, Stavros Petrou, Ron Gray2007BrunelViolatoBrunel2007.pdf
Demand factors and cost effectiveness analysis ' the importance of including financing mechanisms in economic evaluations. A worked example using Nicotine Replacement TherapyNicholas Latimer2007BrunelLatimerBrunel2007.pdf
Individual participant trial data and cost'effectiveness in a heterogeneous populationBorislava Mihaylova, Andrew Briggs and Alastair Gray2007BirminghamMihaylovaBrunel2007.pdf
Measuring intermediate outcomes: the economic evaluation of young peoples' substance misuse interventionsKevin Marsh2007BrunelMarshBrunel2007.pdf
Diffusion of new pharmaceuticals: is there a first-mover advantage?Victoria Serra-Sastre, Alistair McGuire2007BrunelSerraBrunel2007.pdf
Experience in evaluating complex social care interventions: budgets for care coordinators.Mark Pennington, Joanne Gray, Cam Donaldson2007BrunelPenningtonBrunel2007.pdf
Social and economic Costs of Food Allergies in Europe: the development of a socioeconomic impact questionnaireMargaret Fox, Miranda Mugford, Jantine Voordouw, Judith Cornelisse, Gerrit Antonides, Lynn Frewer2007BrunelFoxBrunel2007.pdf
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A proposed taxonomy of health related social welfare functionsAki Tsuchiya, John Miyamoto2006YorkTsuchiyaYork2006.pdf
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Tests of utility independence when health varies over timeAnne Spencer, Angela Robinson2006YorkSpencerYork2006.pdf
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Decentralisation in health care and equity in health: a descriptive approach applied to CanadaDolores Jimenez Rubio2005OxfordRubioOxford2005.pdf
How deep is the public pocket for health? A 'league table' of willingness-to-pay values.Tracey Sach, Richard Smith, David Whynes2005OxfordSachOxford2005.pdf
A comparison between Expected Utility and Regret Theory models of individuals' propensity to vaccinateSadique, Z, Edmunds, J, Devlin, Parkin, D2005OxfordSadiqueOxford2005.pdf
Whither trial-based economic evaluation for health care decision making?Mark Sculpher, Karl Claxton, Mike Drummond, Chris McCabe2005OxfordSculpherOxford2005.pdf
Using willingness to pay to elicit community preferences for health care: further evidence from using a 'marginal approach'Phil Shackley, Cam Donaldson2005OxfordShackleyOxford2005.pdf
The mobility of General Practitioners in ScotlandPeter Sivey, Anthony Scott2005OxfordSiveyOxford2005.pdf
The long and winding road from trial cost-effectiveness to cost-effective policy implementationBoyka Stoykova, Robin Dowie2005OxfordStoykovaOxford2005.pdf
Making Difficult Choices: Are health care resources being deployed according to the principles of cost-effectivess?Jane Wolstenholme, Ramon Luengo-Fernandez, Jose Leal, Alastair Gray2005OxfordWolstenholmeOxford2005.pdf
The cost-effectiveness of DNA testing for sudden cardiac deathSarah Wordsworth, Jos? Leal, Rosa Legood2005OxfordWordsworthOxford2005.pdf
Equitable financing and health financing reform in a developing country: MalaysiaChai Ping Yu, David Whynes, Tracey Sach2005OxfordYuOxford2005.pdf
Statin prescribing patterns: variations by PCT: England, 2003/04Peter Yuen, Clive Pritchard2005OxfordYuenOxford2005.pdf
Special status for orphan drugs in health care decision making: a wise move?Christopher McCabe, Karl Claxton, Aki Tsuchiya2005OxfordMcCabeOxford2005.pdf
How do respondents answer WTP questions?: A review of the qualitative evidenceRachel Baker, Angela Robinson, Richard Smith2005NewcastleBakerNewcastle2005.pdf
Choosing the right order for sequential treatments on cost-effectiveness grounds: the case of rheumatoid arthritisPelham Barton, Paresh Jobanputra, Stirling Bryan, Amanda Burls2005NewcastleBartonNewcastle2005.pdf
Health Care Provider Choice in Rural IndiaBijan Jyoti Borah2005NewcastleBorahNewcastle2005.pdf
Measuring the Benefits of Community-Based Interventions through Contingent ValuationJosephine Borghi2005NewcastleBorghiNewcastle2005.pdf
The cost of treatment for HIV/AIDS-affected adults: a study of public-sector provision in South AfricaChristopher Browne2005NewcastleBrowneNewcastle2005.pdf
Payment for Quality in Palestine: the advantages of Real DataRoy Carr-Hill2005NewcastleCar-HillNewcastle2005.pdf
Using mixed methods to explore the issue of scope sensitivity in contingent valuationGillian Currie, Cam Donaldson, Helen Lee2005NewcastleCurrieNewcastle2005.pdf
The effect of Primary Medical Service contracts on admission ratesMark Dusheiko, Hugh Gravelle2005NewcastleDusheikoNewcastle2005.pdf
Testing for variation in Technical Efficiency among Hospitals in IrelandBrenda Gannon2005NewcastleGannonNewcastle2005.pdf
Dispersion vs. concentration of health benefits: preliminary reportAmy Hukin, Aki Tsuchiya2005NewcastleHukinNewcastle2005.pdf
Using the Delphi technique to determine the costs of routine hospital careMarilyn James, Liz Stokes2005NewcastleJamesNewcastle2005.pdf
The cost-effectiveness of genetic screening for hereditary haemochromatosisJames Jarrett, Barbara Jennings, Yoon Loke, Miranda Mugford2005NewcastleJarrettNewcastle2006.pdf
Several methods for dealing with scale confound and efficiency in stated preference data with an empirical illustrationEmily Lancsar, Jordan Louviere2005NewcastleLancsarNewcastle2005.pdf
Eliciting expert opinion for economic models: Can we do better?Jos? Leal, Sarah Wordsworth, Rosa Legood, Edward Blair2005NewcastleLealNewcastle2005.pdf
Estimating a monetary value of a QALY from existing UK values of prevented fatalitiesHelen Mason, Andrew Marshall, Michael Jones-Lee, Cam Donaldson2005NewcastleMasonNewcastle2005.pdf
Methods for economic evaluation alongside a national, multicentre trial in the UK: Conventional ventilation or ECMO for Acute Respiratory Disease Syndrome (CESAR)Miranda Mugford, Mariamma Thalanany, Clare Hibbert, Lizzie Coates, Ann Truesdale, Steven Robertson2005NewcastleMugfordNewcastle2005.pdf
Comparison Of NHS Performance In Scotland And EnglandAlasdair Munro, Chiara Tosi2005NewcastleMunroNewcastle2005.pdf
A panel data analysis of GP Visiting in Ireland 1995-2001Anne Nolan, Brian Nolan2005NewcastleNolanNewcastle2005.pdf
Diversification and specialisation measurementDavid Parkin, Bruce Hollingsworth2005NewcastleParkinNewcastle2005.pdf
Agent based modelling and policy design: Patient Choice and Activity based hospital finance in the English NHSPaul Ormerod, James Raftery2005NewcastleOrmerodNewcastle2005.pdf
Price Elasticity Estimates for Tobacco and Other Addictive Goods in IndiaRijo John2005NewcastleJohnNewcastle2005.pdf
Does the value of life depend on the context?Angela Robinson, Judith Covey, Graham Loomes, Anne Spencer2005NewcastleRobinsonNewcastle2005.pdf
Determinants of Primary Medical Care Quality: Analysis of Data from the New GMS ContractMatt Sutton, Gary McLean2005NewcastleSuttonNewcastle2005.pdf
Deriving welfare estimates in Discrete Choice Experiments with multiple choice optionsMandy Ryan, Michela Tinelli, Maria Odejar2005NewcastleRyanNewcastle2005.pdf
Discrete choice experiment with a Contingent Valuation follow-up questionMarjon van der Pol, Alan Shiell, Flora Au, Suzanne Tough, David Jonhston2005NewcastlevanderPolNewcastle2005.pdf
Prioritisation of Health Technologies in a Primary Care TrustEd Wilson, Jon Sussex, Christine Macleod, Ric Fordham2005NewcastleWilsonNewcastle2005.pdf
Using Rasch analysis to aid the construction of preference based measures from existing quality of life instrumentsTracey Young, Yaling Yang, John Brazier, Aki Tsuchiya2005NewcastleYoungNewcastle2005.pdf
Estimating the association between SF-36 responses and EQ-5D utility values by direct mappingA Gray, P Clarke, O Rivero2004ParisGrayParis2004.pdf
Estimating population cardinal health state valuation models from individual ordinal (rank) health state preference dataChristopher McCabe, John Brazier, Peter Gilks, Aki Tsuchiya, Jennifer Roberts, Anthony O??Hagan2004ParisMcCabeParis2004.pdf
Geographically differentiated pay in the labour market for nursesRobert Elliott, Ada Ma, Anthony Scott, David Bell, Elizabeth Roberts2004ParisElliottParis2004.pdf
Reimbursement schemes for physicians: risk sharing, asymmetry of information and patients' choiceRosella Levaggi, Lise Rochaix2004ParisLevaggiParis2004.pdf
Quality and economic models of cost effectiveness: A review of models used in key decisions by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UKJ Raftery, C Hendron, L Yao, R Taylor2004ParisRafteryParis2004.pdf
An Empirical Investigation into the Use of Economic Analyses by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence Appraisals CommitteeIestyn Williams, Stirling Bryan, Shirley McIver2004ParisWilliamsParis2004.pdf
Health disparities between racial groups in South Africa: a decomposition analysisC?cile Charasse-Pou?l?, Martin Fournier2004ParisCharasseParis2004.pdf
Income, Income Inequality and Mortality: what we know from French dataFlorence Jusot2004ParisJusotParis2004.pdf
Contingent Valuation of Multiple Health Programs: Major Improvements or Major Biases?St?phane Luchini, Christel Proti?re, Cam Donaldson, Jean-Paul Moatti2004ParisProtiereParis2004.pdf
Quality of care and hospital resources: A study of hospital volume-outcome relationshipsA McGuire, M Raikou, F Windmeijer2004ParisMcGuireParis2004.pdf
Testing for Inconsistencies in Double Bounded Dichotomous Choice Contingent Valuation StudiesVerity Watson and Mandy Ryan2004ParisWatsonParis2004.pdf
Endogeneity Bias and Prospective Payment SystemsRomain Lesur2004ParisLesurParis2004.pdf
Revisiting methods for calculating confidence region for ICERs ? Are Fieller's and bootstrap methods really equivalent ?Carole Siani, Christian de Peretti, Jean-Paul Moatti2004ParisSianiParis2004.pdf
Combining Multiply Imputed Datasets to Produce Cost-Effectiveness Acceptability Curves Comparing Three or More Treatment OptionsSusan Griffin2004ParisGriffinParis2004.pdf
A Multivariate Multilevel Analysis of Health Care PerformanceKatharina Hauck, Andrew Street2004ParisHauckParis2004.pdf
Changes in Inequalities in Access to Ambulatory Care over the Last Decade in France: How Much and Why?Agn?s Couffinhal*, Paul Dourgnon, Sandy Tubeuf2004ParisCouffinhalParis2004.pdf
The biasing effect of order in multiple time trade-off judgmentsMicha??l Schwarzinger ,Lucile Foulley, Thea Herz, Isabelle Durand-Zaleski2004ParisSchwarzingerParis2004.pdf
Tests of utility independence in the QALY model when health varies over time: two experimental studiesAnne Spencer, Angela Robinson2004ParisSpencerParis2004.pdf
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Delivering generics without regulatory incentives? Empirical evidence from French general practitioners about willingness to prescribe International Non-proprietary NamesA Paraponaris, P Verger, B Desquins, P Villani, G Bouvenot, L Rochaix, JC Gourheux, JP Moatti2004ParisParaponarisParis2004.pdf
Economics and evidence for informed policy: proposed Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods GroupMiranda Mugford, Cam Donaldson, Diana Elbourne, Eric Eisenstein, Martin Knapp, Jacque Mallender, Dav2004ParisMugfordParis2004.pdf
Quality weighting in evidence synthesis for decision support is a matter of preferences ' QE-5D is proposed as an instrument for their elicitationJack Dowie, Zaid Chalabi2004ParisDowieParis2004.pdf
International Perspectives on Priority Setting and the Program Budgeting and Marginal Analysis (PBMA) frameworkStuart Peacock, Craig Mitton, Cam Donaldson, Angela Bate2004ParisPeacockParis2004.pdf
Copayments and priority setting in health care: balancing equity and efficiencyPeter Smith2004ParisSmithParis2004.pdf
Eliciting patient and professional preferences for dental restorationsJohn Cairns, Ivar Espelid, Jan Erik Askildsen2004ParisCairnsParis2004.pdf
The joint production of health care and education in UK hospitalsBruce Hollingsworth, David Parkin2004ParisHollingsworthParis2004.pdf
Sickness and injury leave in France: moral hazard or strain?Thomas Renaud, Michel Grignon2004ParisRenaudParis2004.pdf
C7-'Population Health Status Measure: A Comparative Study between DALY and MIMIC-health status indexStella Kaltjob, Hans Sp?_th, G?rard Duru2004ParisKaltjobParis2004.pdf
Complexity effects in Stated Preferences Choice Experiments: a simulation exerciseMabelle Amaya-Amaya, Momodou Kalleh, Mandy Ryan, Maria Odejar2004ParisAmaya-AmayaParis2004.pdf
Prospective payment system : consequences for hospital-physician interactions in the private sectorLaurent Coudeville, Ana Mauleon, Beno?t Dervaux2004ParisCoudevilleParis2004.pdf
Impoverishment and Patients Willingness and Ability to Pay for Improving the Quality of Health Care in Palestine: an Assessment Using the Contingent Valuation MethodAwad Mataria, Rita Giacaman, Rana al Khatib, Jean-Paul Moatti2004ParisMatariaParis2004.pdf
Ownership, System of reimbursement and Mortality rate relationshipsCarine Milcent2004ParisMilcentParis2004.pdf
Modelling screening programmes: unobservable obstacles?Jon Karnon, Liddy Goyder, Alan Brennan, Jim Chilcott, John Brazier2004ParisKarnonParis2004.pdf
QALY Calculation Alongside Randomised Controlled Trials: From the Torch to the Traffic LightR T Edwards, B Hounsome, D Russell, I Russell, N Williams, P Linck2004ParisEdwardsParis2004.pdf
Should patients have a greater role in valuing health states: whose well-being is it anyway?John Brazier, Ron Akehurst, Alan Brennan, Paul Dolan, Carl Klaxton, Chris McCabe, Tony O??Hagan, Mark2004ParisBrazierParis2004.pdf
Is there a case for using Visual Analogue Scale valuations in Cost-Utility Analysis?David Parkin, Nancy Devlin2004ParisParkinParis2004.pdf
Can economic evaluations cross The Channel?Michael Drummond, Stephanie Boulenger, John Nixon, Philippe Ulmann, Stephen Rice, Gerard de Pouvourv2004ParisDrummondParis2004.pdf
Patient welfare : an economic analysis of patient compliance in a randomized clinical trialKarine Lamiraud, Pierre-Yves Geoffard2004ParisLamiraudParis2004.pdf
Early initiation of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) for HIV/AIDS ' The contribution of a stochastic dynamic model of choicePierre Lasserre, Jean-Paul Moatti, Antoine Soubeyran2004ParisMoattiParis2004.pdf
Parametric survival models and decision models: relating continuous hazards to discrete-time transition probabilitiesAndrew Briggs, Helen Campbell, Philip Clarke, Mark Sculpher2004GlasgowBriggsGlasgow2004.pdf
A theoretical framework for TTO valuations and a taxonomy of TTO approaches: results from a pilot studyKen Buckingham, Nancy Devlin, Maggie Tabberer2004GlasgowBuckinghamGlasgow2004.pdf
Neil Craig ' Patterns of self-assessed health in Scotland: people, places and income inequalityNeil Craig2004GlasgowCraigGlasgow2004.pdf
Developing new approaches to measuring NHS outputs and productivityDiane Dawson, Hugh Gravelle, Paul Kind, Mary O??Mahony2004GlasgowDawsonGlasgow2004.pdf
Leaving the planes, heading for the frontier ' uncertainty & health care decision makingElisabeth Fenwick, Karl Claxton2004GlasgowFenwickGlasgow2004.pdf
Reporting bias and heterogeneity in self-assessed health. Evidence from the British Household Panel SurveyCristina Hernandez-Quevedo, Andrew M Jones, Nigel Rice2004GlasgowHernandezGlasgow2004.pdf
Optimal diagnosis: direct estimation of expansion curves in cost-effectiveness spaceJoanne Lord, George Laking, Alastair Fischer2004GlasgowLordGlasgow2004.pdf
Do GPs improve health? Cross-sectional analysis of the association between individual-level health status and GP supplyStephen Morris, Hugh Gravelle, Matthew Sutton2004GlasgowMorrisGlasgow2004.pdf
Health and retirement in the UK: duration analysis of the BHPSJennifer Roberts, Nigel Rice, Andrew Jones2004GlasgowRobertsGlasgow2004.pdf
The influence of rurality and remoteness on the provision of Primary Medical Services in ScotlandPaulos Teckle, Philip Hannaford, Matt Sutton2004GlasgowTeckleGlasgow2004.pdf
Tackling the issue of technical efficiency: a critical review of the cost and cost-effectiveness of routine immunisation services in low- and middle-income countriesDamian Walker2004GlasgowWalkerGlasgow2004.pdf
An empirical study of physicians' drug prescribing behaviour. The case of French GPsJeanne Akremi2004GlasgowAkremiGlasgow2004.pdf
The value of marginal analysis: perceptions of decision-makersOya Asim, Joanna Coast, Jackie Brown2004GlasgowAsimGlasgow2004.pdf
Do nurses respond to NHS wages?Amber Batata2004GlasgowBatataGlasgow2004.pdf
Piglet's footpath in the snow or a trap for unwary heffalumps: The derivation of values for cost-effectiveness thresholds?gnes Benedict, John Hutton2004GlasgowBenedictGlasgow2004.pdf
Modelling spatial variation in the cost-effectiveness of infectious disease prevention: a case study of controlling Chagas disease in the Andean regionM Castillo-Riquelme, J Lord, J Fox-Rushby, Z Chalabi , D Campbell-Lendrum, C R Davies2004GlasgowCastillo-RiquelmeGlasgow2004.pdf
How long is long enough? Optimizing the length of recall in health care utilization surveysPhilip Clarke, Ulf Gerdtham2004GlasgowClarkeGlasgow2004.pdf
Willingness to pay (WTP) for gender: Using Discrete Choice Experiments (DCEs) to calculate WTP of patients with menstrual disorders, for a female rather than male doctorMichael Clark, Domenico Moro, Ala Szczepura2004GlasgowClarkGlasgow2004.pdf
Determinants of waiting times in Ireland: An equity analysisSeamus Coffey2004GlasgowCoffeyGlasgow2004.pdf
A nice solution to a NICE problem? A proposed method to assess the societal value of a QALY.Cam Donaldson, Graham Loomes, Angela Robinson, Richard Smith2004GlasgowDonaldsonGlasgow2004.pdf
NICE Clinical Guidelines ' what is being maximised and how should it be measured?Hannah-Rose Douglas2004GlasgowDouglasGlasgow2004.pdf
Catastrophic and poverty impact of out-of-pocket payment for health care in IndiaCharu Garg, Anup Karan2004GlasgowGargGlasgow2004.pdf
A comparison of service users' and service providers' preferences: An application of DCE to paediatric day case surgeryW Gidman, R Elliott, K Payne2004GlasgowGidmanGlasgow2004.pdf
Income, income inequality and self-reported health in Britain 1979-2000Hugh Gravelle, Matt Sutton2004GlasgowGravelleGlasgow2004.pdf
Patient preferences for patient self-management of warfarin therapySue Jowett, Stirling Bryan, David Fitzmaurice, Ellen Murray2004GlasgowJowettGlasgow2004.pdf
The influence of household composition on household expenditure patterns: assessing the equivalence scale determining eligibility for the general medical services scheme in IrelandRosemary Kelleher2004GlasgowKelleherGlasgow2004.pdf
Do Alcohol Policies Influence the Level of Road Fatalities in Ireland?Grace Lordan2004GlasgowLordanGlasgow2004.pdf
Givin' 'em a soapbox to stand on: patients opinions on paying to see a GPPaula Lorgelly2004GlasgowLorgellyGlasgow2004.pdf
Quality of life and alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver: an economic approachHelen Mason, Cam Donaldson, Elaine McColl, Christopher Day2004GlasgowMasonGlasgow2004.pdf
Promotion to hospital consultant in NHS Scotland: does effort matter?Kostas Mavromaras, Anthony Scott2004GlasgowMavromarasGlasgow2004.pdf
The Demand for Malaria Prevention in The GambiaBrendan McElroy, Lesong Conteh, Fred Matovu, Robert Pool, Warren Stevens, Virginia Wiseman2004GlasgowMcElroyGlasgow2004.pdf
A cost benefit analysis of management alternatives for first trimester miscarriage: Results from a discrete choice experiment within a randomised controlled trialEmma McIntosh, Stavros Petrou2004GlasgowMcIntoshGlasgow2004.pdf
The use of logistic regression modelling to predict the uptake of telemedicine for assessing pregnant women at risk of a fetal cardiac anomalyHema Mistry, Tracey Young, Robin Dowie2004GlasgowMistryGlasgow2004.pdf
Health expenditure and aggregate income: a time series investigation for Ireland 1960-2001Patrick Moore2004GlasgowMooreGlasgow2004.pdf
An analysis of generic competition in the UK pharmaceuticals market. Does aggressiveness of entry affect prices in the post generic entry period?Charles Ngoh2004GlasgowNgohGlasgow2004.pdf
Hospital administrators-doctors interactions: Bargaining and negotiation within a NHS hospital settingM?_nica Oliveira, Alistair McGuire2004GlasgowOliveiraGlasgow2004.pdf
A comparison of patient and population values for health states in varicose veins patientsJulie Ratcliffe, John Brazier, Simon Palfreyman, Jonathan Michaels2004GlasgowRatcliffeGlasgow2004.pdf
Economic Evaluation of home based screening for Chlamydia trachomatis: Results from the UK Chlamydia Screening Study (ClaSS)Tracy Roberts, Suzanne Robinson, Pelham Barton2004GlasgowRobertsTGlasgow2004.pdf
Preferences for the supply of emergency contraception: Dealing with non-demanders in a DCE experimentE Seston, R Elliott, P Noyce2004GlasgowSestonGlasgow2004.pdf
Making sense of economic evidence in understanding the value of interventions for severe asthmaJane Smith, Miranda Mugford, Richard Smith2004GlasgowSmithJGlasgow2004.pdf
Contingent valuation in health care: is there more to it than just health status?Richard Smith2004GlasgowSmithRGlasgow2004.pdf
The impact of parental perspective on TTO utilitiesMarjon van der Pol, Alan Shiell2004GlasgowvanderPolGlasgow2004.pdf
Testing Contingent Valuation Responses for Payment Vehicle effects: Taxation v Charitable DonationsVerity Watson, Mandy Ryan2004GlasgowWatsonGlasgow2004.pdf
A multi-criteria analysis approach to commissioning: practical dilemmas in priority settingEd Wilson, Richard Fordham2004GlasgowWilsonGlasgow2004.pdf
Waiting Lists, Waiting Times and Admissions; An Empirical Analysis at Hospital and Specialty LevelFrank Windmeijer, Pierre Hoonhout2004GlasgowWindmeijerGlasgow2004.pdf
Evaluating the outcomes of policy initiatives: lessons for modernising the NHSH McLeod2003LeedsMcleodLeeds2003.pdf
A note on the estimation, the reporting and the use of patient level QALYs in economic evaluation alongside randomised controlled trialsA Manca, G Richardson, N Hawkins, M Sculpher2003LeedsMancaLeeds2003.pdf
Is one reason enough? Comparing compensatory and non-compensatory decision-making strategies in choice experimentsKathy Porter, Mandy Ryan, Mabel Amaya-Amaya2003LeedsPorterLeeds2003.pdf
The impact of preterm birth on hospital admissions and costs: evidence from the Oxford Record Linkage StudyStavros Petrou, Christine Hockley, Ziyah Mehta, Jane Henderson, Michael Goldacre2003LeedsPetrouLeeds2003.pdf
Screening for sexually transmitted diseases: The importance of time and travel costs incurred by patientsSuzanne Robinson, Tracy Roberts2003LeedsRobinsonLeeds2003.pdf
Measuring efficiency to inform health policyPeter C Smith, Andrew Street2003LeedsSmithLeeds2003.pdf
Decision Strategy Switching in Choice ExperimentsM Amaya, M Ryan2003CanterburyAmayaCanterbury2003.pdf
The Use Of Economic Information In NHS Decision-MakingO Asim, J Coast, J Brown2003CanterburyAsimCanterbury2003.pdf
A Patient-Level Simulation Model To Estimate The Costs And Outcomes For Various Methods Of Screening For Chlamydia TrachomatisP Barton, Suzanne Robinson, Tracy Roberts2003CanterburyBartonCanterbury2003.pdf
How Do We Estimate The Benefits Of Health Education Programmes?J Borghi2003CanterburyBorghiCanterbury2003.pdf
Musings On The Meaning Of Incremental Opportunity CostK Buckingham2003CanterburyBuckinghamCanterbury2003.pdf
The Application Of Health Economics Methods To Social CareS Byford2003CanterburyByfordCanterbury2003.pdf
Cost-Effectiveness Of Using Different Prognostic Information And Decision Critera To Select Women With Early Breast Cancer For Adjuvant Systemic TherapyH Campbell, A Gray, A Briggs, A Harris2003CanterburyCampbellCanterbury2003.pdf
Health Impact Analyses Of Non-Health Sector Public Health Interventions: Application To Air Pollution Control MeasuresZ Chalabi, J Dowie2003CanterburyChalabiCanterbury2003.pdf
Hospital Response To Reimbursements: The Role Of Physician Behaviour And Compensation ArrangementL Cheng2003CanterburyChengCanterbury2003.pdf
Cognitive Impairment In Older People: Its Implications For Future Demand For Services And CostsA Comas-Herrera, R Wittenburg, L Pickard, M Knapp2003CanterburyComas-HerraCanterbury2003.pdf
Selecting Unit Costs For Economic Analyses: Some Conceptual And Practical IssuesE De Cock, J Hutton2003CanterburydeCockCanterbury2003.pdf
Quality incentives for General Practitioners: A positive and normative analysis of the dynamics of capitation schemesMartin Karlsson2003CanterburyKarlssonCanterbury2003.pdf
The Cost-Effectiveness Of Screening Programs Using Single And Multiple Birth Cohort Simulations: A Comparison Using A Model Of Cervical CancerS Dewilde, R Anderson2003CanterburyDewildeCanterbury2003.pdf
The Measurement And Valuation Of Public Security: From Health Economics To Criminal Justice EconomicsP Dolan, A Tsuchiya2003CanterburyDolanCanterbury2003.pdf
A Comparison Of The SF-6D and EQ-5D: How Does The Choice Of Health Outcome Measure Matter?D Epstein, A Manca2003CanterburyEpsteinCanterbury2003.pdf
The Effects Of Rurality And Remoteness On Hospital Costs In ScotlandP Fernandes, A Scott2003CanterburyFernandesCanterbury2003.pdf
Consequences Of Variations In Social Care On The Performance Of The Acute Health Care SectorJ Fernandez, J Forder2003CanterburyFernandezCanterbury2003.pdf
Adult Labour Market Implications Of Antisocial Behaviour In Childhood And Adolescence: Findings From A UK Longitudinal StudyA Healy, M Knapp, D Farrington2003CanterburyHealeyCanterbury2003.pdf
Stylised Facts About Doctors' Job SatisfactionD Ikenwilo, A Scott, M Awremenko, J Andrew, K Walker2003CanterburyIkenwiloCanterbury2003.pdf
Non-Adherence To Antipsychotic Medication And Inpatient Service Use And Costs - An Analysis Of The UK Psychiatric Morbidity SurveyD King, M Knapp, K Pugner, P Lapuerta2003CanterburyKingCanterbury2003.pdf
Economic Analysis And National Clinical Guidelines: A Methodological Opportunity?James Mason2003CanterburyMasonCanterbury2003.pdf
A Weighted Net Benefit Approach For Prioritising ResourcesP McCrone2003CanterburyMcCroneCanterbury2003.pdf
A Fair Innings Between The Sexes: What Men Say And What Women SayW Milborrow, A Tsuchiya, A Williams2003CanterburyMilborrowCanterbury2003.pdf
Economic Evaluation And The Campbell CollaborationM Mugford2003CanterburyMugfordCanterbury2003.pdf
Factors Associated With The Costs Incurred By Schizophrenia Patients With Cognitive DeficitsA Patel, B Everitt, M Knapp, C Reeder, D Grant, T Wykes2003CanterburyPatelCanterbury2003.pdf
Responsiveness Of Shuttle Walking Test Compared With Disease Specific And Generic Outcome Measures In Patients With Chronic Back PainO Rivero-Arias, H Campbell, K Johnston, J Fairbank2003CanterburyRivero-AriasCanterbury2003.pdf
The Dangers Of Introspection: A Systematic Review Of Economic Studies Of Chlamydia Trachomatis ScreeningT Roberts, S Robinson, P Barton, S Bryan2003CanterburyRobertsCanterbury2003.pdf
Examining Alternatives For The Renumeration Of Community PharmacyA Scott, C Bond, A Grant, J Inch2003CanterburyScottCanterbury2003.pdf
Economics Of Tuberculosis Drug Resistance: A Case Study In IndonesiaDono Widiatmoko2003CanterburyWidiatmokoCanterbury2003.pdf
Economic Evaluation And Health Care Resource Allocation: Understanding Research UtilisationI Williams, S Bryan2003CanterburyWilliamsCanterbury2003.pdf
A Comparison Of Methods To Adjust For Censored Cost Data Under Differing Censoring MechanismsT Young , M Buxton2003CanterburyYoungCanterbury2003.pdf
'Reaching the parts other methods cannot reach': Methods of economic evaluation of interventions that cross the health and social care divide - the example of palliative day careHannah-Rose Douglas2003CanterburyDouglasCanterbury2003.pdf
The use of the results from Economic Evaluation in the NHS Decision MakingO Asim2003LeedsAsimLeeds2003.pdf
Principals, agents or neither: a qualitative analysis of secondary care commissioningK Baxter, J Le Grand, M Weiss2003LeedsBaxterLeeds2003.pdf
Concern about some conceptual issues in the construction of cost effectiveness acceptability curvesK Buckingham2003LeedsBuckinghamLeeds2003.pdf
Cost effective analysis: A stochastic programming approach for optimal decision-makingZ Chalabi, J Dowie2003LeedsChalabiLeeds2003.pdf
Regulating health service standards to reduce variations: an economic analysisD Dawson, M Kuhn, P C Smith, A Street2003LeedsDawsonKuhnLeeds2003.pdf
HESG Policy Forum: CapitalD Dawson2003LeedsDawsonLeeds2003.pdf
Being fair and efficient: What should policy-makers know in order to allocate resources in health care?P Dolan2003LeedsDolanLeeds2003.pdf
The fair innings argument and the rule of rescue: what do people think when they conflict with each other?P Dolan, A Tsuchiya2003LeedsDolanTsuchiyaLeeds2003.pdf
Deferring to improve evidence: The real options approach to value of informationT Driffield2003LeedsDriffieldLeeds2003.pdf
Budget Holding general practitioners: the effect of fundholding status on hospitalM Dusheiko, H Gravelle, R Jacobs, P Smith2003LeedsDusheikoLeeds2003.pdf
Why "a flock is not a big bird". The economics of network form and evaluation of clinical networks in the delivery of UK health careJ Eastham, B Ferguson2003LeedsEasthamLeeds2003.pdf
Is it always irrational to provide cardinally intransitive person trade-off responses?R Edlin2003LeedsEdlinLeeds2003.pdf
Labour markets in the NHS: Institutional rigidities and rentsB Elliott2003LeedsElliottLeeds2003.pdf
Occupational therapy compared with social work assessment for older people. An economic evaluation alongside the CAMELOT trialC Flood, M Mugford2003LeedsFloodLeeds2003.pdf
Patient Choice and Regulation: Outline of a Possible SystemD Franklin2003LeedsFranklinLeeds2003.pdf
Elicitation of preferences for health outcomes in children with congenital heart diseaseI Griebsch, J Brown2003LeedsGriebschLeeds2003.pdf
When sick, why don't children utilise health care? - The case of ZambiaC Hjortsberg2003LeedsHjortsbergLeeds2003.pdf
Preferences for job characteristics: the case of non-consultant career grade doctors in the NHSD Ikenwilo, A Scott, M Awremenko, J Andrew2003LeedsIkenwiloLeeds2003.pdf
Economic incentives and GPs as purchasers of elective surgery: an empirical appraisalA Juarez-Garcia, R Atun, J Lord2003LeedsJuarezGarciaLeeds2003.pdf
Demand inducement, technology and insuranceA Kuhn2003LeedsKuhnALeeds2003.pdf
Earned Autonomy in the NHSM Kuhn, R Mannion, M Goddard2003LeedsKuhnMLeeds2003.pdf
The relative income hypothesis: does it exist over time? Evidence from the BHPSJ Lindley, P Lorgelly2003LeedsLindleyLeeds2003.pdf
The Effect of Model Uncertainty on Small Area level capitation budgets: an empirical analysis of the Northern Ireland capitation formulaeP Lock2003LeedsLockLeeds2003.pdf
Are income support policies effective in improving health?: do we have the tools to answer the question?A Ludbrook, K Porter, ITheodissiou, V Gerova2003LeedsLudbrookLeeds2003.pdf
Prescribing Incentive Schemes: what are they, do we need them and will they work?A Mason, J Hunter, M Drummond2003LeedsMasonLeeds2003.pdf
Multi-attribute utility functions for the revised HU12 classification system: results from a UK surveyC McCabe, K Stevens, J E Brazier2003LeedsMccabeLeeds2003.pdf
The role of risk models for informing health care priority setting: the case of cardiovascular disease preventionB Mihaylova, ABriggs, A Gray2003LeedsMihaylovaLeeds2003.pdf
Determinants of horizontal inequity in the use of primary and secondary care in the English National Health ServiceS Morris, M Sutton, H Gravelle, A Leyland, F Windmeijer, C Dibben, M Muirhead2003LeedsMorrisLeeds2003.pdf
A comparison of preference-based health-related quality of life instruments in haemodialysis patients: EQ-5D versus SF-6DT Nicholson, K Gerard, M Mullee, R Mehta, P Roderick, A Armitage2003LeedsNicholsonLeeds2003.pdf
A multilevel model to estimate unavoidable costs and to disentangle allocative inefficiences of hospital careM Oliveira, G Bevan2003LeedsOliveiraLeeds2003.pdf
Variation in general practitioner prescribing costs across Wales: To what extent do epidemiological, socioeconomic and health service factors explain high and low prescribing costsR T Edwards, L Ternent, R Muntz2003LeedsTernentLeeds2003.pdf
Lessons from the introduction of universal health care in ThailandA Towse, A Mills2003LeedsTowseMillsLeeds2003.pdf
Why make rationing explicit? A review of OECD institutional solutions for priority setting in health care using hierarchical cluster analysisY Bravo Vergel, B Ferguson2003LeedsVergelLeeds2003.pdf
A test of external validity and the impact of visual aids in choice experimentsV Watson, M Ryan, E Watson2003LeedsWatsonLeeds2003.pdf
A simulation model to explore the cost-effectiveness of policy changes to the UK cervical screening programmeP Barton, S Bryan2002BrunelBartonBrunel2002.pdf
Two ways to skin a cat: a comparison ot two variants of Standard GambleJ Brazier, P Dolan2002BrunelBrazierBrunel2002.pdf
Using economic analysis to develop efficient limited use criteriaD Coyle, M Buxton, B OBrien2002BrunelCoyleBrunel2002.pdf
A discrete choice analysis of factors influencing NICE decisionsN Devlin, D Parkin2002BrunelDevlinBrunel2002.pdf
Should the cost per QALY threshold vary with the uncertainty of the decision?J Dowie, Z Chalabi2002BrunelDowieBrunel2002.pdf
Is there inequality in consultations with general practitioners?M Dusheiko, H Gravelle, S Campbell2002BrunelDusheikoBrunel2002.pdf
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Genetic screening, health care and the insurance industry: should genetic information be made available to insurers?D Ossa, A Towse2002NorwichOssaNorwich2002.pdf
Valuing the NHS cervical screening programme and acceptability of the inclusion of HPV testingZ Philips, D Whynes, S Johnson, M Avis2002NorwichPhilipsNorwich2002.pdf
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Public preferences and the allocation of health care:do procedures matter?A Wailoo, A Tsuchiya, R Edlin, P Dolan2002NorwichWailooNorwich2002.pdf
The economic evaluation of diagnostic technologies for Health Technology Assessment: an illustration using Positron Emission TomographyA Walker2002NorwichWalkerNorwich2002.pdf
Using tracker variables to overcome Markov restrictions: a cost-effectiveness model for rheumatoid arthritisBarton P2001London (City)BartonLondon2001.pdf
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Modelling the cost-effectiveness of image-based DNA-ploidy as a prognostic marker in prostate cancerCalvert N, Catto J, Morgan A, Akehurst R2001London (City)CalvertLondon2001.pdf
Relationship between allocative inefficiency in public health services and access to health careChakraborty G, Soellner W, Singh R2001London (City)ChakrabortyLondon2001.pdf
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Bootstrapping Economic Data in a Cluster RCTFlynn T, Whitley E, Peters T2001London (City)FlynnLondon2001.pdf
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Demonstrating the economic efficiency of Occupational Health ServicesMiller P2001London (City)MillerLondon2001.pdf
A double selectivity model of earnings for nurses in Great BritainMorris S, McGuire A2001London (City)MorrisLondon2001.pdf
Willingness to pay for insecticide treated nets and net re-treatment: an evaluation of inter-rater and test-retest reliabilityOnwujekwe O, Fox-Rushby J, Hanson K2001London (City)OnwujekweFoxRushbyLondon2001.pdf
Willingness to pay for insecticide treated nets: Alternative models for construct validity of the bidding game, binary with follow-up method and a novel haggling techniqueOnwujekwe O, Hanson K, Fox-Rushby J2001London (City)OnwujekweHansonLondon2001.pdf
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Handling missing data in economic evaluation alongside randomised clinical trials: methods review and empirical applications using the net benefits frameworkManca A, Palmer S2001London (City)MancaPalmerLondon2001.pdf
Dementia: Challenges in applying the QALY modelPAnderson, A Lowin, C McGrath2001OxfordAndersonOxford2001.pdf
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Using generic health surveys to compare income-related health inequality across countries: A comparison of Australia and Sweden using the SF-36P Clarke, U Gerdham, M Johannesson, L Smith, K Bingefors2001OxfordClarkeOxford2001.pdf
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Health care workers' perceptions on health status after renal transplantation: a comparison with transplantation candidates' expectationsK Kesteloot, I Cleemput, S De Geest, YVanrenterghem2001OxfordCleemputRenalOxford2001.pdf
How wide is the inequality gap? Socioeconomic health inequalities in CataloniaJ Costa, J Garcia2001OxfordCostaOxford2001.pdf
Measuring people's preferences regarding age weighting in healthP Dolan, B Shaw, A Tsuchiya2001OxfordDolanOxford2001.pdf
Income related inequality in health and health care in the populations of general practicesM Dusheiko, H Gravelle, S Campbell2001OxfordDusheikoGravelleCampbellOxford2001.pdf
Budgetary devolution in the new NHS: some theoretical economic perspectivesR Jacobs, M Dusheiko, H Gravelle, M Kuhn, PSmith2001OxfordDusheikoGravelleJacobsOxford2001.pdf
Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) : a criticalJ Fox-Rushby2001OxfordFox-RushbyOxford2001.pdf
The cost effectiveness of a smoke alarm give-away programme based on the results of a randomised controlled trialL Ginnelly, M Sculpher2001OxfordGinnellyOxford2001.pdf
The impact of salary payment on GP workingT Gosden, B Sibbard, J Williams, R Petchey, B Leese2001OxfordGosdenOxford2001.pdf
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Applying Health Economics to a National Service Framework An Economics Analysis of Screening in Diabetic RetinopathyM James, R Little2001OxfordJamesOxford2001.pdf
Has the quality of economic evaluations increased in the last decade? A systematic review of the evidenceT Jefferson, V Demicheli2001OxfordJeffersonOxford2001.pdf
Analysing cost data from cluster randomised trialsK Johnston2001OxfordJohnstonOxford2001.pdf
An empirical comparison of a Markov process and a discrete event simulation for modelling the cost-effectiveness of alternative adjuvant therapies for early breast cancerJ Karnon2001OxfordKarnonOxford2001.pdf
Revealed preference valuation compared to contingent valuation: implications for cost-benefit analysis of health interventionsC Kennedy2001OxfordKennedyOxford2001.pdf
Estimating cost-effectiveness from clinical trials: problems with hypothesis tests and missing dataM Longo, W Cheung, A Briggs, K Hood2001OxfordLongoOxford2001.pdf
Wage differentials between the obese and the non-obese in Great Britain: evidence from the 1991/2 Health and Lifestyle SurveyS Morris, A McGuire2001OxfordMorrisOxford2001.pdf
A probabilistic cost-effectiveness analysis of asthma managementM Price, A Briggs2001OxfordPriceOxford2001.pdf
Principles of distributive justice used by members of the general public in the allocation of donor liver grafts for transplantation: a qualitative studyS Wilmot, J Ratcliffe2001OxfordRatcliffeOxford2001.pdf
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'Naming and Framing': An Investigation of the Effect of Disease Labels in Health State ValuationS Robinson, S Bryan2001OxfordRobinsonSOxford2001.pdf
Is there a link between poor health and low socioeconomic status at old age ? Some puzzling contradictions in econometric analyses of British household panel survey dataC Salas2001OxfordSalasOxford2001.pdf
Comparison of holistic and composite QALYs for menorrhagia and their relationship with patientsM Sculpher, M Barbieri2001OxfordSculpherOxford2001.pdf
What is the best imaging strategy for stroke? The challenge of modelling the cost-effectiveness of CT scanning stroke patients in the United KingdomJ Seymour, J Cairns2001OxfordSeymourOxford2001.pdf
Eliciting community preferences for health care using willingness to pay: is an 'incremental'P Shackley, C Donaldson2001OxfordShackleyOxford2001.pdf
An economic rationale for joining a local health care co-operative: the views of participating general practicesS Simoens, T Scott2001OxfordSimeonsOxford2001.pdf
Accounting for Survival in Longitudinal Analyses of Health Care ExpendituresS Stearns, E Norton2001OxfordStearnsOxford2001.pdf
Cost function analysis: is it really economics?H Weatherly, S Byford2001OxfordWeatherlyOxford2001.pdf
Estimating survival gains in the context of economic evaluation using quasi-experimental research methods: the case of liver transplantationT Young, L Longworth, J Ratcliffe2001OxfordYoungOxford2001.pdf
Exploring variation in demand for care using grade of membership analysisPaul McNamee2000NewcastleMcameeNewcastle2000.pdf
Structural reliability of conjoint measurement in healthS Bryan, D Parry2000NewcastleBryanNewcastle2000.pdf
Testing the convergent validity of the contingent valuation and travel cost methods in quantifying the benefits of improved access to mammographic screeningP Clarke2000NewcastleClarkeNewcastle2000.pdf
Citizens, their agents and health care rationing: an exploratory study using qualitative methodsJ Coast2000NewcastleCoastNewcastle2000.pdf
The impact of health on wages: evidence from the British household panel surveyP Contoyannis, N Rice2000NewcastleContoyannisNewcastle2000.pdf
The role of cost utility in health care funding: policy dilemmas in Australia and the UKR Cookson, M Grobler2000NewcastleCooksonNewcastle2000.pdf
'Cost effectiveness' and the 'societal perspective': should the twain ever meet?G Currie, C Donaldson & E McIntosh2000NewcastleCurrieNewcastle2000.pdf
The economics of gene therapy and pharmacogeneticsP Danzon, A Towse2000NewcastleDanzonNewcastle2000.pdf
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Wages and demand for health - a life cycle analysisC Dustmann, F Windmeijer2000NewcastleDustmannNewcastle2000.pdf
Exploring variations in practice admission rates for cataractsH Gravelle, M Dusheiko, M Sutton2000NewcastleGravelleNewcastle2000.pdf
Antenatal ultrasound screening: NHS vs women's costsJ Henderson, L Bricker, T Roberts, M Mugford2000NewcastleHendersonNewcastle2000.pdf
Setting prescribing budgets in general practice: a Bayesian resource allocation modelC Herrara-Salas, D Baines2000NewcastleHerrera_SalasNewcastle2000.pdf
Measuring economies of scope in hospitals: a DEA approachB Hollingsworth, P Dawson, D Parkin2000NewcastleHollingsworthNewcastle2000.pdf
Health econometrics: dealing with the selection problem and individual heterogeneity in observational dataA Jones2000NewcastleJonesNewcastle2000.pdf
An examination of the demand for health insurance in VietnamM Jowett2000NewcastleJowettNewcastle2000.pdf
Can developing countries achieve better health for their populations without increasing expenditures?C Kerr, K Stringer2000NewcastleKerrNewcastle2000.pdf
The incentive to use private health careF Lake, A McGuire, N Rickman2000NewcastleLakeNewcastle2000.pdf
Growth and multiple forms of human capital in an augmented Solow model: a panel data investigationS McDonald, J Roberts2000NewcastleMcDonaldNewcastle2000.pdf
Institutional change and trust in the National Health ServiceR McMaster, S Simoens2000NewcastleMcMasterNewcastle2000.pdf
Methods for economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trialR Mujica, M Mugford2000NewcastleMujicaNewcastle2000.pdf
Testing the Allais paradox in the context of health careA Oliver2000NewcastleOliverNewcastle2000.pdf
Investigating women's preferences for intrapartum care: home versus hospital birthsJ Ratcliffe, L Longworth, M Boulton2000NewcastleRatcliffeNewcastle2000.pdf
Evaluation of salaried payments for GPs in ScotlandA Scott, G Jones, F Sullivan, D Heaney2000NewcastleScottNewcastle2000.pdf
Shared treatment decision making in a collectively funded health care system: possible conflicts and some potential solutionsM Sculpher, A Gafni2000NewcastleSculpherNewcastle2000.pdf
Construction of the contingent valuation market in health care: a critical assessmentR Smith, JA Olsen2000NewcastleSmithNewcastle2000.pdf
Using stochastic cost frontiers to examine hospital efficiencyA Street, R van der Merwe2000NewcastleStreetNewcastle2000.pdf
The value of observational datasets in economic evaluations: some case studiesK Tolley, F Pang, H Urdahl, C Hibbert, E Beck2000NewcastleTolleyNewcastle2000.pdf
GPs knowledge of the relative prices of the pharmaceuticals they prescribeT Leighton, A Towse2000NewcastleTowseNewcastle2000.pdf
The resource implications of extending the routine invitation to breast screening to women aged 65-69 yearsM van der Pol, J Cairns2000NewcastlevanderPolNewcastle2000.pdf
The importance of cost censoring - the case of transplantationT Young, J Ratcliffe2000NewcastleYoungNewcastle2000.pdf
The use of contracts in the management of infectious disease related risk in the NHS internal marketP Allen, B Croxson, J A Roberts, K Archibald2000NottinghamAllenNottingham2000.pdf
Modelling the cost-effectiveness of new medical technologies: SPECT scans in diagnosing Alzheimer's dementiaChristian Kronborg Andersen, John Cairns2000NottinghamAndersenNottingham2000.pdf
Comparison of methods for dealing with censored cost dataP Barton, J Raftery2000NottinghamBartonRafteryNottingham2000.pd
A review of current modelling practice in economic evaluation in health careP Burton, S Robinson, S Bryan2000NottinghamBartonRobinsonNottingham2000.p
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Budgets in the new NHSKate Baxter, Marjorie Weiss2000NottinghamBaxterNottingham2000.pdf
Valuing the benefits and costs of health care programmes: where's the 'extra' in extra-welfarism?S Birch, CDonaldson2000NottinghamBirchNottingham2000.pdf
Selecting and predicting cost-effective policy options to improve the health of women during labour, delivery and the postpartum in Argentina: from effectiveness to cost-effectiveness.J Borghi, J Fox-Rushby, E Bergel, M Carroli, G Hutton, E Abalos2000NottinghamBorghiNottingham2000.pdf
The potential effect of proposed changes to the funding of general practice in New ZealandK Buckingham2000NottinghamBuckinghamNottingham2000.pdf
Estimating QALY values for health states of type 2 diabetics patients using the EQ5DP Clarke, A Gray2000NottinghamClarkeNottingham2000.pdf
Superbugs II: How should economic evaluation be conducted for interventions which aim to reduce antimicrobial resistance?J Coast, R Smith, A Karcher, P Wilton, M Millar2000NottinghamCoastNottingham2000.pdf
Use of Bayesian markov chain Monte Carlo methodsN Cooper, ASutton, M Mugford, K Abrams2000NottinghamCooperNottingham2000.pdf
Collective choice and public elicitation mechanisms: a 'voting experiment' for public health programsJ Costa, J Rovira2000NottinghamCoastNottingham2000.pdf
Some law and economics of a NICE rationing problemD Dawson2000NottinghamDawsonNottingham2000.pdf
AIDS and economic growth: a panel data analysisS Dixon, S McDonald, J Roberts2000NottinghamDixonNottingham2000.pdf
To reduce inequalities in health or to maximise health? Determining the social welfare function using stated preference dataP Dolan, R Shaw, A Tsuchiya2000NottinghamDolanNottingham2000.pdf
Decision validity is the key to the generic vs. condition-specific issue in HRQOL measurementJ Dowie2000NottinghamDowieNottingham2000.pdf
Tackling health inequalities: is it timeR Tudor Edwards2000NottinghamEdwardsNottingham2000.pdf
A NICE challenge acceptedA Fisher, J Lord2000NottinghamFischerNottingham2000.pdf
Aggregation and the measurement of health care costsT Getzen2000NottinghamGetzenNottingham2000.pdf
Workers' health in Latin America: an econometric analysis of work-related injuriesA Giuffrida, R Iunes, H Macias2000NottinghamGiuffridaNottingham2000.pdf
Job satisfaction in UK general practice: do salaried contracts make a difference?T Gosden , B Sibbald, J Williams, R Petchey, B Leese2000NottinghamGosdenNottingham2000.pdf
An econometric study on a US hypertensive population aiming to analyse the role of different types of health insurance on drug useC Huttin2000NottinghamHuttinNottingham2000.pdf
Examining the possibilities for adjustments in staffing within acute hospitalsC A Kerr, J Glass, G McCallion, D G McKillop, K Stringer2000NottinghamKerrNottingham2000.pdf
Do differences in practice prescribing costs reflect relative needs?P Lock, M Sutton2000NottinghamLockNottingham2000.pdf
Deriving an 'enhanced' Euroqol from SF-36M Longo, D Cohen, K Hood, M Robling2000NottinghamLongoNottingham2000.pdf
Using discrete choice experiments within a cost-utility analysis frameworkE McIntosh, M Ryan, A Bate2000NottinghamMcintoshNottingham2000.pdf
An assessment of existing hospital behavioural models and their applicability to public health system reformB McPake, L Archard2000NottinghamMcpakeNottingham2000.pdf
Testing rank-dependent utility theory in the context of health careA Oliver2000NottinghamOliverNottingham2000.pdf
Econometric analysis of health status dynamics among the British elderly. Multivariate markov chain models with unobserved heterogeneityC Salas2000NottinghamSalasNottingham2000.pdf
What determines membership of a local health care co-operative? An empirical analysisS Simoens, A Scott2000NottinghamSimoensNottingham2000.pdf
The usefulness and limitations of published economic evaluations for NHS decision makingB Stoykova, M Drummond, C Hoffmann, J Nixon, J Glanville2000NottinghamStoykovaNottingham2000.pdf
The use of "state of the art" methods in pharmacoeconomic evaluations?K Tolley, F Pang2000NottinghamTolleyNottingham2000.pdf
Demonstrating cost-effectiveness. Can we use risk sharing rather than one-off payer decisions at launch?A Towse2000NottinghamTowseNottingham2000.pdf
A comparison of community pharmacist and GP management of minor ailments in primary care: An early look at evidence from the feasibility studyZ Whittington, C Bojke, Judy Cantrill, H Gravelle, K Hassell, P Noyce, A Rogers2000NottinghamWhittingtonNottingham2000.pdf
Establishing causal relationships between chronic disease progression and costs of careJ Wolstenholme, P Fenn, A Gray2000NottinghamWolstenholmeNottingham2000.pdf
The development and limitations of the weighted capitation formulae constructed for use in the setting of prescribing budgets in English general practiceD Baines, D Parry1999AberdeenBainesAberdeen1999.pdf
Valuing health: an examination of the theoretical and empirical issuesM Bala, J Mauskopf1999AberdeenBalaAberdeen1999.pdf
Use of simulation modelling for health care decisions: what outputs do health economists require?P Barton1999AberdeenBartonAberdeen1999.pdf
Micro solutions to macro problems: economics and Health Authority decision-makingS Baughan, M Drummond, B Ferguson, A Mason, D Smith1999AberdeenBaughanAberdeen1999.pdf
Cost-effectiveness of screening for congenital dislocation of the hip to help prioritise and plan a clinical trialJ Brown, C Dezateux, A Parnaby, J Karnon1999AberdeenBrownAberdeen1999.pdf
Is there no demand for long-term health care insurance?J Costa, J Rovira, E Comas1999AberdeenCostaAberdeen1999.pdf
Yardstick competition in the NHS where 'competition' has been abolishedD Dawson, A Street, M Goddard1999AberdeenDawsonAberdeen1999.pdf
Willingness to pay for colorectal cancer screening: faecal occult blood test versus flexible sigmoidoscopyE Frew, J Wolstenholme, DK Whynes1999AberdeenFrewAberdeen1999.pdf
How do GPs choose their practice? An empirical study of the strength of GP preferences for job characteristicsT Gosden, M Sutton, A Scott, I Bowler1999AberdeenGosdenAberdeen1999.pdf
Two approaches to the economic evaluation of a drug for patients with Alzheimers Disease and a possible "Third Way"A. Herey, D McCulloch1999AberdeenHeereyAberdeen1999.pdf
A randomised trial comparing response rates between the EuroQol with or without the SF-12C Iglesias, D Torgerson1999AberdeenIglesiasAberdeen1999.pdf
NICE work, but for whom: how should health technology assessment evolve?J Mason, N Freemantle1999AberdeenMasonAberdeen1999.pdf
The convergent validity of a measure of the quality of life: further evidenceD McCulloch1999AberdeenMcCullochAberdeen1999.pdf
The cost-effectiveness of raloxifene therapy for post-menopausal women in the UKS Morris, A McGuire, K McPherson1999AberdeenMorrisAberdeen1999.pdf
Determining social preferences for liver transplantation: a comparison of the QALY and conjoint measurement modelsJ Ratcliffe1999AberdeenRatcliffeAberdeen1999.pdf
Rationality of choice in discrete choice experimentsF San Miguel, M Ryan1999AberdeenSanMiguelAberdeen1999.pdf
A comparison of techniques for eliciting patient preferences in patients with benign prostatic hyperplasiaM W Shulz, J Chen, M Aristides, H Woo, M Keech, M Watson, P Davey1999AberdeenSchulzAberdeen1999.pdf
The application of portfolio management techniques to resource allocation issues in the health care environmentG Tran, F Pang1999AberdeenTranAberdeen1999.pdf
Non-welfarist TTOA Tsuchiya1999AberdeenTsuchiyaAberdeen1999.pdf
Programme budgeting in the NHSC Vincent1999AberdeenVincentAberdeen1999.pdf
Missing.... presumably at random: cost-analysis of incomplete dataJ Wolstenhome, A Briggs1999AberdeenWolstenhomeAberdeen1999.pdf
Comparability of costing across countries: economists Hunting the Snark throughout Europe.S Wordsworth, A Ludbrook1999AberdeenWordsworthAberdeen1999.pdf
Health economic evaluation down under: a tale of two committeesR Cookson1999AberdeenCooksonAberdeen1999.pdf
Data collection methods in economic evaluations: implications for study validity, evidence rankings and league tablesC Evans, B Crawford1999AberdeenEvansAberdeen1999.pdf
Assessing the societal value of health care: is the PTO up to the job?C Green1999AberdeenGreenAberdeen1999.pdf
The theoretical basis of discrete choice conjoint analysis: testing for transitivity and continuity within an empirical application in health careE McIntosh, M Ryan1999AberdeenMcIntoshAberdeen1999.pdf
Asymmetric information, hospital consultants behaviour and the NHS waiting times for elective surgeryA Morga, A Xavier1999AberdeenMorgaAberdeen1999.pdf
A comparative analysis of drug policies promoting the prescribing, dispensing and consumption of generic drugs in Germany, United Kingdom and United States 1990 to 1997M Mrazek1999AberdeenMrazekAberdeen1999.pdf
The economics of caring: a cost-benefit analysisA Ni Leime1999AberdeenNiLeimeAberdeen1999.pdf
Identifying and assessing the 'quality' of instruments used for public participation in priority setting.M Ryan, D Scott, E van Teijlingen, E Russell, M Napper1999AberdeenRyanAberdeen1999.pdf
The relevance of transaction cost economics to explaining vertical integration in primary careS Simeons1999AberdeenSimoensAberdeen1999.pdf
"A lump of the purest green". Alchemy and the Arbuthnott Review of resource allocation in ScotlandM Sutton, K Major, A Walker, A Leyland, P Lock, B McElroy, A Scott1999AberdeenSuttonAberdeen1999.pdf
Welfarist and non-welfarist approaches to the evaluation of waiting listsA Tsuchiya, A Williams1999AberdeenTsuchiyaWilliamsAberdeen1999.pdf
An annotated cost questionnaire for completion by patientsThe UK Working Party on Patient Costs1999AberdeenUKWorkingPartyAberdeen1999.pdf
Economic evaluation and Cochrane reviewsL Vale, M Mugford, C Donaldson1999AberdeenValeAberdeen1999.pdf
Investigating the hospital dual hierarchyShelley Farrar1999BirminghamFarrarBirmingham1999.pdf
Improving the efficiency and relevance of health technology assessment: the role of decision analytic modellingElisabeth Fenwick, Mark Sculpher, Karl Claxton and Andrew Briggs1999BirminghamFenwickBirmingham1999.pdf
The use of deputising services in General Practice: a multilevel analysisAntonio Giuffrida1999BirminghamGiuffridaBirmingham1999.pdf
Decision analysis as a tool to evaluate commissioning choices: the case of assisted reproductionZoe Philips, Mariana Barraza-Llorens, John Posnett1999BirminghamPhilipsBirmingham1999.pdf
Does CBA really have a better welfare economics foundation? Going back to basics, and re-examining welfarismAki Tsuchiya1999BirminghamTsuchiyaBirmingham1999.pdf
The medical Royal Colleges and the concentration of hospital services: a proposed research agendaDiane Dawson, Robin Dowie1999BirminghamDawsonBirmingham1999.pdf
Bayesian cost-effectiveness analysis for frequentists: interpreting cost-effectiveness acceptability curvesAndrew Briggs1999BirminghamBriggsBirmingham1999.pdf
Examining the feasibility of using the EuroQol in a marginal cost per Qaly analysis of elective surgeryKen Buckingham1999BirminghamBuckinghamBirmingham1999.pdf
Viagra: what's the story ... ?Lisa Gold, Amanda Burls, Sue Simpson1999BirminghamGoldBirmingham1999.pdf
Health economics and health promotion: moving forward togetherJanine Hale1999BirminghamHaleBirmingham1999.pdf
Assessing productivity changes in UK hospitals reflecting technology and input pricesNikolaos Maniadakis, Emmanual Thanassoulis1999BirminghamManiadakisBirmingham1999.pdf
What is the effect of using different cost-effectiveness measures in the economic evaluation of cholesterol-modifying pharmacotherapy?Steve Morris and Ed Godber1999BirminghamMorrisBirmingham1999.pdf
Biases, prejudices and souffl?. Or: what kind of preferences should guide policy?Paul Dolan, Richard Cookson1999BirminghamDolanBirmingham1999.pdf
A research and development case in the biotechnology field: cell therapyC?cile Fortanier, Jean-Paul Moatti, Louis-Andr? G?rard-Varet1999BirminghamFortanierBirmingham1999.pdf
The future of economic modelling: a case of chronic heart failureAlan Haycox, Douglas McCulloch, Andy Duggan1999BirminghamHaycoxBirmingham1999.pdf
Methods used to summarise health state preferencesLouise Longworth, Katherine Johnston, Andrew Kennedy1999BirminghamLongworthBirmingham1999.pdf
Developing a quality assessment scoring system for economic evaluationsFrancis Pang, Keith Tolley, Shazad Amin1999BirminghamPangBirmingham1999.pdf
The potential use of routine datasets in Health Technology AssessmentJames Raftery, Andrew Stevens, Paul Roderick1999BirminghamRafteryBirmingham1999.pdf
Using simulation modelling techniques to facilitate the management of the waiting list for liver transplantation - a pilot studyJulie Ratcliffe, Tracey Young, Tillal Eldabi1999BirminghamRatcliffeBirmingham1999.pdf
Payment systems, financial incentives and heterogeneity in health care supply: evidence from 1078 breast cancer patients in a French areaG?raldine Tonnaire, Alain Paraponaris, Jean-Paul Moatti1999BirminghamTonnaireBirmingham1999.pdf
Utilities vs rights to publicly provided goods: arguments and evidence from health-care rationingPaul Anand, Allan Wailoo1999BirminghamAnandBirmingham1999.pdf
Conjoint measurement in health economics: a conceptual and empirical consideration of validity and reliabilityStirling Bryan, Rob Sheldon, Martin Buxton1999BirminghamBryanBirmingham1999.pdf
Pragmatic techniques for service evaluation: a Hospital-at-home case studyHelen Campbell, Jonathon Karnon, Robin Dowie, Deepthi Kumar, John Aldous1999BirminghamCampbellBirmingham1999.pdf
Secondary health service care and second line drug costs of early inflammatory arthritis in NorfolkNicola Cooper, Miranda Mugford, David Scott1999BirminghamCooperBirmingham1999.pdf
Elicitation of health system benefits: economic rationality and the multidimensional utility analysisJoan Costa, Joan Rovira1999BirminghamCostaBirmingham1999.pdf
An economic evaluation of the prevention and treatment of influenza in health adultsVittorio Demicheli, Tom Jefferson, Daniela Rivetti1999BirminghamDemicheliBirmingham1999.pdf
Choosing explicit criteria for the prioritisation of elective NHS waiting lists: survey evidence of clinical and lay preferences from WalesR T Edwards, A Boland, C Wilkinson, D Cohen, J Williams1999BirminghamEdwardsBirmingham1999.pdf
Ambulance response timesAlastair Fischer, Paul O'Halloran, Peter Littlejohns1999BirminghamFischerBirmingham1999.pdf
Estimating uncertainty ranges for incremental costs by combining probabilistic sensitivty analysis with non-parametric bootstrappingJoanne Lord1999BirminghamLordBirmingham1999.pdf
The returns to becoming a nurse in the UKS Morris, A McGuire1999BirminghamMorrisMcGuireBirmingham1999.pdf
Why risk-adjust health care resource allocations? A cross-country viewAdam Oliver1999BirminghamOliverBirmingham1999.pdf
Hospital activity changes and total purchasing in 1996/7James Raftery, Hugh McLeod1999BirminghamRafteryMcLeodBirmingham1999.pdf
Distribution principles for the allocation of donor liver grafts: results from a 'social' conjoint analysis surveyJulie Ratcliffe1999BirminghamRatcliffeBirmingham1999.pdf
Are vertically integrated health care providers able to economise on management?Andrew Street, Annette King, Naomi Fulop, Nigel Edwards1999BirminghamStreetBirmingham1999.pdf
The private finance initiative and the market for "lemons"Jon Sussex1999BirminghamSussexBirmingham1999.pdf
Do minority ethnic groups receive more than a fair share of General Practitioner care?Matthew Sutton, Diane Sutton, Michell Urwin1999BirminghamSuttonBirmingham1999.pdf
The discounted utility versus a hyperbolised discounting functionMarjon van der Pol, John Cairns1999BirminghamvanderPolBirmingham1999.pdf
Syllabi of Health EconomicsG. Ferster1973OxfordFersterOxford1973.pdf
The valuation of time in health care studiesN. J. Glass1973OxfordGlassOxford1973.pdf
On the economic surplus and the value of lifeR. L. Akehurst, A. J. Culyer1973ExeterAkehurstExeter1973.pdf
Economic analysis as an aid in health services managementJ. R. Ashford, G. Ferster1973ExeterAshfordExeter1973.pdf
The economics of health service manpowerNicholas Bosanquet1973ExeterBosanquetExeter1973.pdf
The economics of need: The experience of the British National health ServiceMichael H. Cooper1973ExeterCooperExeter1973.pdf
Waiting lists and the supply and demand for inpatient medical careJ. G. Cullis1973ExeterCullisExeter1973.pdf
A portfolio approach to health behaviourJack Dowie1973ExeterDowieExeter1973.pdf
Health indicators: their value in considering the effects of deafnessP. R. Ward1973ExeterWardExeter1973.pdf
The Hospital Revenue Allocation FormulaPeter West1972YorkWestYork1972.pdf
Can a value be placed on G.P. servicesJH Rickard1972YorkRickardYork1972.pdf
Research Directions for UK Health Economists: a discussion paperA Culyer1972YorkCulyerYork1972.pdf

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