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Title: Modeling health state preference data using fixed and random effects models
Authors: Ferreira, Lara Noronha 
Ferreira, Pedro Lopes 
Pereira, Luís Nobre 
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Citation: Proceedings of the 56th Session of the International Statistical Institute, CD-ROM; 2007 22/29 Ago; Lisboa; 2007: 1-4.
Abstract: The use of preference-based measures of health in the measurement of Health Related Quality of Life has become widely used in health economics. Hence, the development of preference-based measures of health has been a major concern for researchers throughout the world. This study aims to model health state preference data using a new preference-based measure of health (the SF- 6D) and to suggest alternative models for predicting health state utilities using fixed and random effects models. It also seeks to investigate the problems found in the SF-6D and to suggest eventual changes to it.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/9940
Rights: openAccess
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