Patient Library Needed For Comparative Research Findings – Experts
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A centralized, user-friendly repository of outcomes is needed to ensure consumers and doctors can understand the increasing volume of comparative effectiveness research expected in coming years, policy experts suggest in Health Affairs.
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