Social and decision maker preferences for priority setting in health care resource allocation [ 2013 - 2017 ]

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Researchers: A/Pr Emily Lancsar (Principal investigator) ,  Dr James Butler Ms Liliana Bulfone Prof Cam Donaldson Prof Dorte Gyrd-Hansen

Brief description All countries face the question of how best to allocate scarce health care resources. This leads to questions such as do we value health gains to different people (e.g. young versus old) differently, or different types of health gain (improved quality of life or life extension) differently? Survey methods will be used to investigate how members of society and “decision makers” prioritise different types of health gain. Results will help Australia to make informed resource allocation decisions.

Funding Amount $AUD 273,051.65

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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