Functioning and Utility for Current Health of Patients With Depression or Chronic Medical Conditions in Managed, Primary Care Practices

  • Wells K
  • Sherbourne C
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Abstract

Background: Health utility is the recommended out-come metric for medical cost-effectiveness studies. We compared health utility and quality of life for primary care patients with depression or chronic medical condi-tions.

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  • Kenneth B Wells

  • Cathy D Sherbourne

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