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[ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
Scientific investigation aimed at discovering and applying new facts, techniques, and natural laws.
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Groups such as the Institute of Medicine's Roundtable on Translating Genomic-Based Research for Health has identified comparative effectiveness research as an important strategy to facilitate clinical utility studies by promoting both a wider range of valid study designs and stakeholder-informed priorities and outcome measures (10).
The pharmaceutical and durable medical equipment industries are also likely to mount criticism as they experience the financial repercussions of comparative effectiveness research sponsored by PCORI.
FPN: Comparative effectiveness research was controversial when the ACA was being debated.
This partnership makes available to AzNA members a variety of free, evidence-based clinician and patient resources created with comparative effectiveness research and designed to help you and your patients make informed treatment decisions.
Government sponsored comparative effectiveness research is the first step towards allowing Uncle Sam to push a restrictive formulary on more and more Americans--with step one in the process being unfettered (and unregulated) communications efforts (aka "academic detailing").
By providing Effective Health Care Program products that summarize evidence-based, comparative effectiveness research findings, you can help patients work with their health care professionals to make a more informed decision among many treatment options.
This partnership makes available to SCNA members a variety of free, evidence-based clinician and patient resources created with comparative effectiveness research and designed to help you and your patients make informed treatment decisions.
Also known as comparative effectiveness research, this research offers resources to help clinicians and their patients work together to make the best possible decision among treatment options.
The Federal Interagency Traumatic Brain Injury Research (FITBIR) database, funded at $10 million over four years, is designed to accelerate comparative effectiveness research on brain injury treatment and diagnosis.
As part of the national health care reform debate, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) uses Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)**to rigorously evaluate the impact of different options, treatments or approaches to a given condition or problem.
In "The Pragmatist's Guide to Comparative Effectiveness Research" (NBER Working Paper 16990), researchers Amitabh Chandra, Anupam Jena, and Jonathan Skinner discuss the merits of comparative effectiveness research and its cousin, cost-effectiveness analysis.
According to the about page, "PubMed Health provides up-to-date information on diseases, conditions, injuries, drugs, supplements, treatment options, and healthy living, with a special focus on comparative effectiveness research from institutions around the world" [8].

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