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Comparative Effectiveness Research Needed To Slow Spread Of New Technology - MedPAC

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The research is “one of the few pieces of what’s been labeled ‘health care reform’ that has the potential, at least, to address long term increasing rates of care,” MedPAC chairman testifies.

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