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Use of a discrete choice method to assess the willingness of the population to pay for high-tech medical care

Mikhail Dmitriev, Ilya Neystadt, Anna Larina


As part of the current study, an attempt to assess the willingness to incur additional costs that ensure increased access to advanced medical technologies was made by using the discrete choice methodology on a representative sample of the urban Russian population. The results of the study carried out indicate that there are preconditions to attract significant financial resources to pay for medical services related to the increased use of advanced medical technologies, at the expense of the population funds and budgetary sources. In the future, this solution will enable Russia to overcome historical lagging behind medium- and high-income countries in terms of health care costs.

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