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To help you interpreting health expectancy calculations, you can use the interpretation guide as well as a glossary on health expectancy calculation.

To compute health expectancies with the Sullivan methods, you can use the calculation guide as well as a Excel spreadsheet for training. SAS & SPSS code for the Sullivan method are also available.

To decompose gaps in health expectancies computed with the Sullivan method, you can use the Decomposition guide.

To attribute a medical cause to reported disability, you can use the Attribution Guide.

The addhaz available in R allows:
  • fitting the binomial and multinomial additive hazards models, i.e. estimation of disease-specific disability rates;
  • calculation of the contribution of chronic conditions to the disability prevalence;
  • calculation of the bootstrap percentile confidence intervals for the disability hazards rates and contributions;
  • - use of parallel computation to reduce computation time of the bootstrap confidence interval.
To compute health expectancies with incidence and recovery data, several methods are available on the REVES website. Follow the link Multistate methods

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