- •Patients with heart disease have health preferences that are systematically different from those of the general public.
- •This study provides utility values for 5-level EQ-5D health states based on the preferences of patients with heart disease.
- •This value set is useful for clinical decision making and for economic evaluation aiming to use patient preferences to inform treatment selection or reimbursement for patients with heart disease.
- •The utility index derived from this value set could be also used as a measure of health-related quality of life for patients with heart disease.
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