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Public healthcare resource allocation and the Rule of Rescue
R Cookson, C McCabe, A Tsuchiya
A prospective controlled study of the costs and health related quality of life following hip fracture
This prospective study has involved the follow-up of hip fracture cases and their controls over a period of two years following their fracture. The costing takes a broad public perspective and covers the costs falling on Government agencies, which includes all health services (primary, secondary and community), social care and public sector housing costs (including residential and nursing homes). There was no assessment of productivity costs since the sample was over 75 and few had paid employment. Resource use was assessed throughout the two year follow-up after hip fracture and health related quality of life was assessed at 6,12 and 24 months.
J Brazier, C Czoski-Murray, E De-Nigris, S Walters
A comparison of United States and United Kingdom EQ-5D health states valuations using a nonparametri
A comparison of United States and United Kingdom EQ-5D health states valuations using a nonparametric Bayesian method
A O'Hagan, JE Brazier, SA Kharroubi
Estimating a preference-based single index from the Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (AQLQ)
Y Yang, A Tsuchiya, J E Brazier, T A Young
Evidence of preference construction in a comparison of variants of the standard gamble method.