Generating Preference-based Values for the EQ-5D-Y to Support Its Use in HTA
OHE’s Koonal Shah and Oliver Rivero-Arias presented at a NICE Technical Forum on the topic of valuing health in children and adolescents. OHE’s Koonal Shah and Oliver Rivero-Arias recently presented at a NICE Technical Forum on the topic of valuing…
Economic evaluations of treatments for children have primarily used adult preferences when estimating health benefits using multi-attribute utility measures. Recent work has demonstrated that using adult value sets to inform preferences for health states experienced by children or adolescents is not appropriate, and this has raised doubts about the validity of such economic evaluations. Eliciting preferences to be used to inform decisions about health care for younger populations is challenging – it poses normative and practical questions about whose values should be collected, and from which perspective.
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