Health service innovations

Accounting for attribute‐level non‐attendance in a health choice experiment: Does it matter?

An extensive literature has established that it is common for respondents to ignore attributes of the alternatives within choice experiments. In most of the studies on attribute non-attendance, it is assumed that respondents consciously (or …

Elimination and selection by aspects in health choice experiments: Prioritising health service innovations

Priorities for public health innovations are typically not considered equally by all members of the public. When faced with a choice between various innovation options, it is, therefore, possible that some respondents eliminate and/or select …