AHRQ's Clancy Details Status Of CER Institute, Opportunities For Collaboration
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality may have to revise its role in the U.S. comparative effectiveness research arena to make room for the new independent nonprofit devoted to the field, but agency officials believe there is more than enough work to go around
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