“Sense Of Urgency” Motivates AHRQ’s Clancy To Update Health Care Evidence
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Administrator Clancy speaks with “The Gray Sheet” about the agency's role in comparative effectiveness research and health care reform.
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