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Investments in comparative effectiveness research infrastructure and methods are critical enablers of current and future clinical utility studies that require participation from all stakeholders to ensure their relevance for decision-making.
32) Physicians become resistant when comparative effectiveness research is used as a formula rather than a resource to support clinical judgment.
Selby: Comparative effectiveness research, or CER, has been carried out in the United States for years, mainly through the sponsorship of the National Institutes of Health, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
AHRQ's Comparative Effectiveness Research reports are translated into a variety of user-friendly products for clinicians and patients.
Comparative effectiveness research helps decisionmakers plan evidence-based public health programs.
If you have questions about comparative effectiveness research or these resources, call Victoria McGhee in AHRQ's Atlanta Regional Partnership Development Office at 404-836-2303.
Comparative effectiveness research is defined by the Institute of Medicine as "the generation and synthesis of evidence that compares the benefits and harms of alternative methods to prevent, diagnose, treat, and monitor a clinical condition or improve the delivery of care.
PubMed Health includes consumer guides summarizing comparative effectiveness research, fact sheets on diseases and conditions, information on drugs and supplements, encyclopedic overviews of health topics, and links to external websites [8].
1 billion over two years to expand comparative effectiveness research at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and the National Institutes of Health (NTH).
Quality is the focus of the article on page 73, which explains why comparative effectiveness research is the key to ensuring that consistently good healthcare is produced as inexpensively as possible throughout the enterprise.
The partnership will support comparative effectiveness research, which is the study of how effective certain treatments are for specified medical conditions.
He said that the analysis "represents a worthwhile demonstration of comparative effectiveness research and has potential to be expanded to other treatment areas.
The companies said that the research, which will include prospective and retrospective observational studies on disease states as well as comparative effectiveness research, will analyse how medicines and treatments already on the market are working in a number of disease areas, with a special emphasis on chronic illnesses.
Comparative effectiveness research is the conduct and synthesis of systematic research comparing different interventions and strategies to prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor health conditions.
The use of comparative effectiveness research would give Medicare a sophisticated tool for making coverage decisions on the basis of quality, but the federal health program's ability to use such data is hamstrung by political interests and the health care reform law, according to two researchers.
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