From Concept to Policy: 10 Years After the Call for a US Center for Comparative Effectiveness Information
Publisher: Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research (published online ahead of print)
Nov 04, 2016
This article describes the evolution of comparative effectiveness research since the concept was first discussed by Gail Wilensky in 2006. It illustrates how Wilensky’s policy ideas have resulted in a better understanding of ‘what works best for whom’ in the nation’s health care system.
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