A New Online Tool for Valuing Health States: Eliciting Personal Utility Functions for the EQ-5D-5L
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The online personal utility functions (OPUF) tool being developed at the University of Sheffield was presented, building on the personal utility functions methods proposed in Devlin et al (2018). Data collected in the UK using OPUF to value the EQ-5D-5L were presented, demonstrating the strength of the approach in exploring the variations in preferences that underpin ‘average’ preferences in value sets. The tool is able to be used to value any measure of HRQoL. This study led by Professor Nancy Devlin has been presented at ISPOR 2021.
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