SPOTLIGHT: Would IOM clinical guidelines be killed by politics?


While many observers are praising the Institute of Medicine's proposal that the U.S. develop a central, national initiative for determining best medical practices, they're also raising some challenges. Some critics are questioning whether such a program could operate without being warped by political influence, or improve quality without discouraging innovative research and treatments. Article (reg. req.)

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