The Relevance of Health State After Treatment in Prioritising Between Different Patients
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1993 Mar; 19(1): 37-42.
In QALY-thinking, an activity that takes N people from a bad state (including 'dying') to the state of healthy for X years should have priority over an activity that takes N
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Erikson, Bjorn O.; Almdahl, Sven M.; Hensrud, Anne; Jaeger, Steinar; Kristiansen, Ivar S.; Murer, Fred A.; Nord, Erik; Pape, Jan Fr.; Robertson, Reidar; Thorsen, Glen (1996-01)