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I'm presently looking into some SRoI benefits in the NHS. Specifically, I'm interested in the value people put on their own time. An example that's proving hard is "What would you be willing to pay to avoid one day in hospital?" I've seen estimates of lost income based on average wage. In my case the patients are on pension or benefits so wage feels inappropriate. Can anyone tell me if this sort of estimate has already been done? If not, is anyone interested in joining a working group to find our own answer?

david.waller@nhs.net

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"Dave, this is a great question for our network groups so we will ensure they see it and hopefully you will get some great responses"

Debbie SImpson
ICiPS Expert

07 Nov 2017