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Contents     SUMMARIZING POPULATION HEALTH: DIRECTIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF POPULATION METRICS         Summary,   1     Background,   3     Conclusions,   5     Recommendations,   17     References,   21     Glossary,   23     APPENDIXES     A   Workshop Agenda, Participants, and Questions for the Working Groups     B   Overview: Workshop on summary measures of Population Health Status, Marthe Gold,   25 C   Methodological Issues in Measuring Health Status and Health-Related Quality of Life for Population Health Measures: A Brief Overview of the “HALY” Family of Measures, Dennis G. Fryback,   39 D   Distributive Justice and the Use of Summary Measures of Population Health Status, Norman Daniels,   57 E   Ethical Issues in the Development of Summary Measures of Population Health Status, Dan W. Brock,   74

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