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Author:Sox Harold C
Data Source:[J].Academic Medicine, 2011, Vol.86 (6), pp.664-6PubMed
Abstract:The focus of comparative effectiveness research (CER) is decision making by patients, physicians, and policy makers. The key elements of CER are head-to-head comparisons of active treatments, study patients who are representative of typical practice, and the search for patient ch...
Author:Sox Harold C , Helfand Mark ...
Data Source:[J].Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews(IF 5.703), 2010, Vol.8, pp.ED000003PubMed
Abstract:In order to optimize health outcomes within the constraints of inevitably limited resources, low- and high-income countries alike require unbiased means of assessing health care interventions for their relative effectiveness. Such interventions include diagnostic tests and t...
Author:Sox Harold C , Helfand Mark ...
Data Source:[J].Trials(IF 2.206), 2010, Vol.11, pp.45PubMed
Abstract:Editors from a number of medical journals lay out principles for journals considering publication of Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). In order to encourage dissemination of this editorial, this article is freely available in PLoS Medicine and will be also published in Me...
Author:Sox Harold C
Data Source:[J].Medical Care, 2010, Vol.48 (6 Suppl), pp.S7-8PubMed
Abstract:Defining comparative effectiveness research (CER) was the first order of business for the Institute of Medicine Committee on Initial Priorities for CER. The Institute of Medicine committee approached the task of defining CER by identifying the common theme in the 6 extant definit...

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