Into the Hidden World Behind Evidence-Based Medicine

Health Care Analysis 10 (3):231-241 (2002)
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Abstract

Evidence-based medicine is seen not only as an important means to improve the quality of medical care, but also as an instrument to control costs. In view of the scarcity of health care resources, decisions on the allocation of care will have to be made more explicitly and should be made more transparent.

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Donna Dickenson
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