Preference Assessment

Artificial intelligence in breast cancer screening: primary care provider preferences

Primary care providers play an essential role in communicating the benefits and risks of breast cancer screening to women. As such, they may play an important role in the adoption of AI-based mammography interpretation. We quantitatively evaluated their preferences using a discrete choice experiment.

Provider preferences for resolving uncertainty and avoiding harms in precision medicine: a discrete choice experiment

Measuring medication persistance of psoriasis drugs is difficult, because they have very different dosing intervals and most have an induction period with different dosing from the maintenance period. We show how the method of calculation contributes to the variation in persistence estimates that previous literature has shown.