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Advising the Congress on Medicare issues
MedPAC > Recommendations > Producing comparative-effectiveness information

Producing comparative-effectiveness information

June 15, 2007

The Congress should charge an independent entity to sponsor credible research on comparative effectiveness of health care services and disseminate this information to patients, providers, and public and private payers.

Topics: Beneficiaries and coverage.