Involving Consumers in Health Care Decision Making
Health Care Analysis. 1995 Aug; 3(3): 196-204.
This paper considers ways of involving consumers in decisions regarding the allocation of scarce health service resources. Specifically, two levels of consumer participation are highlighted and discussed. These are: (1) at the level of deciding whether or not a particular service should be introduced or its scale changed; and (2) at the level of deciding how best to provide a service once it has been decided that the service
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