For comparative effectiveness research to achieve its purpose, providers and patients must use research evidence to make medical decisions.
Related Publications for Nyna Williams
Factors Associated with Evidence-Based Decision-Making Among Patients and ProvidersJul 10, 2019
Patient and Provider Perspectives on Shared Decision Making: A Systematic Review of the Peer-Reviewed LiteratureNov 17, 2017
For comparative effectiveness research to be effective, patients and providers must collaborate in shared decision making (SDM) to make evidence-based clinical decisions that align with patient preferences.
Factors Influencing Patients’ Receptiveness to Evidence-Based Recommendations During the Clinical EncounterJun 01, 2017
This article summarizes findings from eight focus groups that were conducted to better understand factors from the patient’s perspective that promote or interfere with evidence-based decision making at the point of care.
Supporting Better Patient Decisions at the Point of Care: What Payers and Delivery Systems Can DoFeb 10, 2016
In this brief, we use four typical clinical cases to explore the barriers to and facilitators of patients’ decisions at the point of care.
Differences Among Consumer Segments with Regard to Perceptions of Comparative Effectiveness ResearchDec 30, 2014
We conducted a survey to examine differences among health-related decision-making consumer segments with regard to knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors pertinent to comparative effectiveness research (CER).
Patients and Clinicians as Stakeholders in Comparative Effectiveness Research: Multiple Perspectives and Evolving RolesDec 30, 2014
To improve health outcomes, clinicians and patients must have evidence-based information available to help them make informed decisions, the knowledge and skills to use this information, and positive attitudes about the value of using comparative effectiveness research (CER) in decision making.
Consumer and Provider Perspectives on Shared Decision Making: A Systematic Review of the Peer-Reviewed LiteratureSep 30, 2011
This brief reports on findings from a systematic review of the peer-reviewed literature on consumer and provider perspectives on shared decision making, the process by which consumers join providers in the clinical decision-making process.
Summary of Published Evidence Related to the Dietary Guidelines for Children, 2004-2008Sep 04, 2008
As part of a broader study to assess the science base of dietary guidance for children ages 2 to 18 years, Mathematica conducted a systematic review of the literature on food and nutrient intake and weight management published in 2004-2008.