RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC - RTI-HS researchers from the Health Preference Assessment (HPA) group will be participating in the 4th Conjoint Analysis in Health Conference in Orlando, Florida on March 20th through 22nd. Conjoint Analysis in Health is a conference designed for researchers and users of conjoint analysis in healthcare and medical decision making. The conference is held regularly in conjunction with the Sawtooth Software Conference.
A. Brett Hauber, PhD, Senior Economist and Vice President, is a member of the Scientific Committee for this conference. F. Reed Johnson, RTI Distinguished Fellow and Principal Economist, will present "In Defense of Imperfect Experimental Designs: Statistical Efficiency and Measurement Error in Choice-Format Conjoint Analysis" in a joint session of the Sawtooth Software Conference and the Conjoint Analysis in Health conference. A. Brett Hauber will lead a consensus workshop entitled, "What role could conjoint analysis play in health and why should anyone care?"
Other research presentations by RTI-HS staff include:
Juan Marcos Gonzalez: "Statistical Identification of Scope and Attribute Non-Attendance in Choice-Format Conjoint Analysis with Latent-Class Analysis"
Ateesha Mohamed: "Is it Really Possible to Estimate Valid Willingness to Pay in Highly Insured Health Care Systems?"
Christine Poulos: "Dynamic Choice Scenarios: Accounting for Timing, Duration, and Sequences of Health States in Choice-Format Conjoint Analysis."
Jui-Chen Yang: "Fictitious Preferences or Felicitous Recoding? Conjoint Respondents Who Make Sense of Nonsensical Questions."
If you plan to attend the conference and would like to arrange a meeting with one of our researchers, please email them directly.