Propensity score models in observational comparative effectiveness studies: cornerstone of design or statistical afterthought?

Abstract

Propensity score models are increasingly used in observational comparative effectiveness studies to reduce confounding by covariates that are associated with both a study outcome and treatment choice. Any such potentially confounding covariate will bias estimation of the effect of treatment on the outcome, unless the distribution of that covariate is well… (More)
DOI: 10.2217/cer.12.4

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@article{Robinson2012PropensitySM, title={Propensity score models in observational comparative effectiveness studies: cornerstone of design or statistical afterthought?}, author={John W. C. Robinson}, journal={Journal of comparative effectiveness research}, year={2012}, volume={1 2}, pages={129-35} }