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A brief introduction to the use of stated-choice methods to measure preferences for treatment benefits and risks
Discusses how to adapt and apply stated-choice methods to quantitative benefit-risk analysis.
Discusses key literature on the relationship between health care insurance status and screening, diagnosis, and medical care patterns and outcomes for individuals with cancer.
Finds that indemnity-type plans, also known as fee-for-service plans, can survive anywhere because they do not impose restrictions on provider choice.
Documents key findings from our formative research that may apply to the development of other informed decision-making interventions, especially those related to prostate cancer.