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Figure 1. From: Multi-criteria clinical decision support: A primer on the use of multiple criteria decision making methods to promote evidence-based, patient-centered healthcare.

A generic multi-criteria decision-making model consisting of a goal, criteria, sub-criteria, and several options.

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Figure 3. From: Multi-criteria clinical decision support: A primer on the use of multiple criteria decision making methods to promote evidence-based, patient-centered healthcare.

The utility scales generated from the data about the alternative drugs contained in the balance sheet.

James G. Dolan. Patient. ;3(4):229-248.
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Figure 2. From: Multi-criteria clinical decision support: A primer on the use of multiple criteria decision making methods to promote evidence-based, patient-centered healthcare.

The results of Mrs. Gray's multi-criteria analysis using the four value-based methods. The summary scores indicate the overall results. The criteria-specific scores indicate the contribution of each criterion toward the summary score based on the priority weights and the criterion-specific performance of each alternative.

James G. Dolan. Patient. ;3(4):229-248.

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