Discounting in economic evaluations: Stepping forward towards optimal decision rules

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Gravelle, Hugh; Brouwer, Werner; Niessen, Louis; Postma, Maarten; Rutten, Frans;
(2007)
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    mesheuropmc: health care economics and organizations | sense organs

The National Institute for Clinical Excellence has recently changed its guidelines on discounting costs and effects in economic evaluations. In common with most other regulatory bodies it now requires that health effects should be discounted at the same rate as costs. W... View more
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