English, Article edition: The Measurement of Contingent Valuation for Health Economics Ahmed M. Bayoumi

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  • The Measurement of Contingent Valuation for Health Economics
Author
  • Ahmed M. Bayoumi
Physical Description
  • article
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  • In health economics, contingent valuation is a method that elicits an individual Contingent valuation questions can be targeted to any of the following groups: the general population, to value health insurance premiums for programmes; users of a health programme, to value the associated programme costs; or individuals with a disease, to evaluate health states. The questions can be framed to ask individuals how much they would pay to obtain positive changes in health status or avoid negative changes in health status ( Several biases may be operative when assessing contingent valuation, including biases in the way participants are selected, the way in which the questions are posed, the way in which individuals interpret probabilities and value gains relative to losses, and the way in which missing or extreme responses are interpreted. An important aspect of all contingent valuation studies is an assessment of respondents Future research should address equity concerns associated with using contingent valuation and explore contingent valuation as a measure of utility for health states, particularly those that are minor or temporary.
  • Cost-benefit, Willingness-to-pay
  • RePEc:wkh:phecon:v:22:y:2004:i:11:p:691-700
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  • English
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