Where preferences are important to incorporate, whose preferences (e.g., patient, community) are most relevant in the different decision-making contexts?
What issues related to preferences should be priorities for attention in future work to develop and apply summary measures?
How important is it that a single summary measure be suited to a range of different uses?
What different goals or aspects of health might warrant different measures?
What are the trade-offs to consider in using single versus multiple measures?
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