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Senate Chooses Baucus Approach To Comp. Effectiveness, With Tweaks

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

The Senate health reform 1bill up for floor debate this week essentially retains the industry-supported Baucus/Conrad approach to a national comparative effectiveness research infrastructure, but includes some subtle changes of note

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