Valuing health : well-being, freedom, and suffering / Daniel M. Hausman.
- Hausman, Daniel M., 1947-
About this work
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 
xviii, 267 pages ; 25 cm.
Why measure health? -- Health -- Normative conceptions of health and its measurement -- Can health be measured? -- Health measurement systems -- Well-being and the value of health -- Preferences -- Valuing health by eliciting preferences -- Health and happiness -- Qualms about valuing health by well-being -- What makes well-being measurable? -- Should health be valued by its contribution to well-being? -- The public value of health -- Measuring the public value of health states -- Putting health measures to work : population health and cost-effectiveness -- How health policy should meet the ethical challenges -- Restricted consequentialism and public policy.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-257) and index.
Where to find it
Location StatusHistory of MedicineJK /HAU Open shelves