SPOTLIGHT: Scientific approach needed for health reform

Today's healthcare reforms are often based on which theories or approaches gain the most public support. But that doesn't make sense in a discipline like healthcare, which holds itself to evidence-based standards, says Scott MacStravic, PhD. Rather than implementing whichever reforms are most popularity, health system changes should be based on sound scientific evidence, he says. Column

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