The Nesting-Egg Problem: Why Comparative Effectiveness Research Is Trickier Than It Looks

Hastings Center Report 39 (6):11-14 (2009)
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Fewer than half of medical interventions are supported by scientific evidence. These essays examine the hopes that the new push for comparative effectiveness research will improve medical care, the fears that it could harm the doctor‐patient relationship, and the experiences of states and countries that already put it into practice.

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