SPOTLIGHT: Progress on comparative effectiveness program

Deciding whether one treatment really does work better than another is one of the thorniest problems faced by providers. Now, it's beginning to look like one proposed solution to the problem--establishing a government agency to compare the effectiveness of drugs and medical devices--could become a reality. Article

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