Assessment in Context
Professional Nurse 1997 January; 12(4): 305-309
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Improving preference assessment: limiting the effect of context through pre-exposure to attribute levels Bond, Samuel D. (Informs, 2006)This paper introduces a technique for improving preference assessment by reducing the influence of context on preferential choices. We propose that a decision maker who is exposed to relevant attribute levels will form ...
Smits, Helen L. (1984)A major factor in the rise of health care costs has been the rapid dissemination of new medical devices and procedures without regard to cost effectiveness. The new reimbursement systems designed to reduce health expenditures ...
Smits, Helen L. (1984-03)