Cross-country analysis of EQ-5D data

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This chapter demonstrates that cross-country differences exist in EQ-5D outcomes after the population data is standardized for demographic differences. These cross-country differences in the general level of health are explained by looking at macro data on the economic and health system characteristics of each country. Results show that it is the prior living standards of a country that mostly explain cross-country differences in self-reported health.




Szende, A., & Janssen, B. (2014). Cross-country analysis of EQ-5D data. In Self-Reported Population Health: An International Perspective Based on EQ-5D (pp. 31–36). Springer Netherlands.

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