Thirteen Principles For Conducting CER, According To United BioSource Exec
During a recent DIA-sponsored conference, United BioSource Corp.’s Bryan Luce previewed a paper that will outline 13 principles that should be taken into account when developing comparative effectiveness research.
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CER Credibility Hinges On Having Criteria For Using Results In Medical Decisions – National Health Council
National Health Council President Weinberg calls for the development of criteria, with the involvement of patients and patient organizations, to measure the usability of comparative effectiveness research as a means of improving its credibility.
What started out as an exercise to show how comparative effectiveness research could be quickly adopted and help improve health outcomes ended up revealing that there remains a long way to go.