Institute Of Medicine Sets Top 100 Comparative Effectiveness Priorities
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
A June 30 Institute of Medicine 1report to Congress includes dozens of surgical- and device-related topics among a list of 100 recommended priorities for federally-funded comparative effectiveness research
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