HKS Affiliated Authors


US Trends in Quality-Adjusted Life Expectancy From 1987 to 2008: Combining National Surveys to More Broadly Track the Health of the Nation. David Cutler, September 12, 2013, Paper. "Despite tremendous expenditures on medical care and public health in the United States, there has not been a systematic effort to measure the overall impact of spending on population health. Without a comprehensive population health measure, we cannot track health changes in conjunction with changes in medical treatment and public health practices, or systematically consider the impact of possible interventions..." Link verified August 21, 2014