Co-calibrating quality-of-life scores from three pulmonary disorders: implications for comparative-effectiveness research
Rouse, M., Twiss, J., & McKenna, S. P. (2016). Co-calibrating quality-of-life scores from three pulmonary disorders: implications for comparative-effectiveness research. Journal of Medical Economics, 19(6), 596-603. DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2016.1148700
The results showed that it is possible to co-calibrate scores from disease-specific PRO measures. This will permit more accurate and sensitive outcome measurement to be incorporated into CER. The co-calibration of needs-based disease-specific measures allows the calculation of γ scores that can be used to compare directly the impact of any type of interventions on any diseases included in the co-calibration.