New, but not improved? Incorporating comparative-effectiveness information into FDA labeling.

@article{Stafford2009NewBN,
  title={New, but not improved? Incorporating comparative-effectiveness information into FDA labeling.},
  author={Randall Scott Stafford and Todd H. Wagner and Philip W. Lavori},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={361 13},
  pages={1230-3}
}
n engl j med 361;13 nejm.org september 24, 2009 1230 they suffer from a common shortcoming: they require more time on the part of the primary care physician, the nurse, or the specialist — time that is not currently reimbursed. Eliminating unnecessary care therefore requires reorganizing the delivery system to ensure that providers aren’t penalized for providing what is often the better alternative for their patients. Although many of the details of the best way to implement payment reform… CONTINUE READING