Phase-type aging modeling for health dependent costs
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- Maria Govorun & Guy Latouche & Stéphane Loisel, 2014. "Phase-type aging modeling for health dependent costs," Working Papers hal-01084274, HAL.
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KeywordsHealth dependent costs; Net present value; Phase-type aging process; Markov reward model; Cost-effectiveness of a new treatment; Cost of bad health;
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