Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: Will It Be Accepted?
Eddy, David M.
JAMA. 1992 Jul 1; 268(1): 132-136.
In an imaginary dialogue on cost-effectiveness analysis in health care with his late father, a surgeon, Eddy discusses clinical, psychological, and philosophical problems that could block its successful implementation. (KIE abstract)
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