Giving teeth to comparative-effectiveness research--the Oregon experience.


10.1056/nejmp0912938 e18(1) costs if its results are used to inform coverage, payment, and cost-sharing policies that provide incentives for appropriate and cost-effective care.1,2 But the proposed approach to CER in the United States would constrain these uses of the research, to avoid any implication that health care will be rationed. Though the… (More)
DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp0912938


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