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This book is about the cost effectiveness of present and future medical technologies. Methods of analyzing cost effectiveness are described in terms of choices that take into consideration dollar values of treatment, quality of life and the rationale for deciding who should receive treatment in situations of rationed care. Essays in the book range from lay level to technical state of the art, making the book of interest to a wide variety of readers.
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Frank Allen Sloan is an American health economist. In 2015 he is the J. Alexander McMahon Professor of Health Policy and Management and Professor of Economics at Duke University.
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