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"Wise Policy" Needed To Link Comparative Effectiveness with Individualized Medicine

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

As comparative effectiveness matures from a political rallying cry and budget strategy to a process that the medical community will have to face as a new force with more financial and public support, the most thoughtful people in medicine are trying to find a way to understand the term and how it fits into other trends. It's not easy, even for them.

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