ECONOMIC EVALUATION,

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Elsevier España, Aug 9, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 197 pages
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Contents

The Role of Economics in Evaluating Health Care
3
Impact of Measuring HealthRelated Quality of Life in Clinical
53
an Organisation for Economic Cooperation
73
The Quality of Life and Resource Allocation
85
PAULKIND Universitat Pompeu Fabra
95
Obstacles to its Use
99
Center for Health Economics Health and Economic Research Centre
111
The Transferability of Results of Economic Evaluation Studies
119
Controversial Costs in Guidelines
129
Use of Economic Evaluation in the United Kingdom
179
Use of Economic Evaluation in Italy
187
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