Valuing the health states associated with breast cancer screening programmes: A systematic review of economic measures
Hannah L. Bromley,
Dennis Petrie (),
Daniel Rea and
Tracy E. Roberts
Social Science & Medicine, 2019, vol. 228, issue C, 142-154
Policy decisions regarding breast cancer screening and treatment programmes may be misplaced unless the decision process includes the appropriate utilities and disutilities of mammography screening and its sequelae. The objectives of this study were to critically review how economic evaluations have valued the health states associated with breast cancer screening, and appraise the primary evidence informing health state utility values (cardinal measures of quality of life). A systematic review was conducted up to September 2018 of studies that elicited or used utilities relevant to mammography screening. The methods used to elicit utilities and the quality of the reported values were tabulated and analysed narratively.
Keywords: Health state utility value; Quality of life; QALY; Breast cancer; Mammography; Screening (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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