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Medicare Research Priorities: A Taste Of What's To Come?

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Any government-sponsored center on comparative effectiveness will focus on the research priorities of the Medicare and Medicaid programs as a way to lower health care costs. The findings of a Medicare coverage advisory committee offers a glimpse of where those priorities may fall.

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