The following survey is carried out by Hospinnomics as part of a research project funded by the European Commission, the Impact HTA research project. This project is led by the London School of Economics and under the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
The survey aims to explore the barriers to adoption of decrementally cost-effective interventions (hereafter d-CE interventions) and to identify potential conditions under which a public health decision-maker would consider adoption. It consists of a preference elicitation experiment, in which you will be asked to make choices among different hypothetical situations, after being given essential background information in a short (6 minutes) video.
No previous information or experience about decrementally cost-effective interventions is needed in order to take part in the experiment. The time to complete the experiment is approximately 20 minutes.
All data collected will be kept anonymous and will only be used for research purposes.
To participate in the survey, please click on the link:
As we started our first set of data analysis in mid-March. We would appreciate having your response as soon as possible. We will be happy to share our results upon request. Please let us know by email at [log in para visualizar]