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Consumer input in healthcare decision-making

Posted by Paul Scuffham on 3 August 2015

As part of an ARC Linkage Grant, Paul Scuffham and his team are conducting a study on the use of Citizen's Juries (CJ) to engage consumers in healthcare decision-making. In a first, they are using DCE surveys to quantify changes in consumer preferences after participation on a CJ.

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Author: Paul Scuffham
About: Paul Scuffham, the Foundation Professor of Health Economics at Griffith University Australia, graduated with a PhD (Economics) from the University of Otago. He has extensive experience in economic evaluation of health services and interventions such as medical devices and pharmaceuticals.
Tags: Health Services Delivery Health Policy Obesity

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