Daly is considered a modified version of QALY. It was also developed more recently. Daly is communicated by adding years of life lost, and years lived with disability. QALY stands for quality-adjusted life years. In measurements, both Daly and QALY only make known a single number to state death or perfect health in the addition of describing the quality and quantity of health.
QALY quantifies the burden of death, while Daly only measures the loss of life and morbidity. QALY also concentrates on the importance of medical intervention in illness or disability. Daly estimates the lost years of experience due to an illness or death.
DALY and QALY are used when a country or company is calculating the amount of time in relation to the population. DALY stands for disability-adjusted life years and QALY means quality-adjusted life years. The more modified version is the DALY as opposed to QALY which is considered to be less modified.
They measure similar things, but specifically, DALY measures morbidity or the number of people who die from an illness. QALY, on the other hand, measures death in general. QALY includes the medicines that have been applied to those who are sick or disabled whereas DALY includes the information about how many years were lost due to being sick or disabled when they should have lived longer lives.