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Németh, B 
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Molnár, A 
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Bozóki, S 
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Wijaya, K 
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Inotai, A 
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Campbell, J D 
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Kaló, Z 
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2020-09-16T06:57:18Z
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2020-09-16T06:57:18Z
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2019
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/50667
Abstract
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Criteria weighting is a key element of multicriteria decision analysis that is becoming extensively used in healthcare decision-making. In our narrative review we describe the advantages and disadvantages of various weighting methods.An assessment of the eight identified primary criteria weighting methods was compiled on domains including their resource requirements, and potential for bias.In general, we found more complex methods to have less potential for bias; however, resource intensity and general participant burden is greater for these methods.The selection of the most appropriate method depends on the decision-making context. The simple multiattribute rating technique (SMART) method combined with swing-weighting technique and the analytic hierarchy process methods may be the most feasible approaches for low- and middle-income countries.
Language
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Angol
Title
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Comparison of weighting methods used in multicriteria decision analysis frameworks in healthcare with focus on low- and middle-income countries
Type
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folyóiratcikk
Date Change
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2020-09-03T13:10:34Z
Scope
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195-204
Doi ID
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10.2217/cer-2018-0102
Wos ID
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000461246400001
ID Scopus
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85062597841
MTMT ID
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30616633
Issue Number
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4
abbreviated journal
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J COMPAR EFFECT RES
Journal
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JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH
Volume Number
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8
Release Date
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2019
Pubmed ID
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30767661
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Egyetemi Gyógyszertár Gyógyszerügyi Szervezési Intézet
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Semmelweis Egyetem
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Operációkutatás és Aktuáriustudományok Tanszék
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Operációkutatás és Döntési rendszerek Kutatócsoport
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MTMT Központi kezelésű szerzők
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Egészségügyi Technológiaértékelő és Elemzési Központ
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Egészségpolitikai és Egészség-gazdaságtan Tanszék
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Operációkutatás és Döntési rendszerek Kutatócsoport
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Egészségpolitikai és Egészség-gazdaságtan Tanszék
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Egészségpolitikai és Egészség-gazdaságtan Tanszék


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