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Methods of Observing Variations in Physicians' Decisions: The Opportunities of Clinical Vignettes

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  • Lara Converse
  • Kirsten Barrett
  • Eugene Rich
  • James Reschovsky

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To support their efforts to promote high quality and efficient care, policymakers need to better understand the key factors associated with variations in physicians’ decisions, and in particular, physician deviations from evidence-based care.

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  • Lara Converse & Kirsten Barrett & Eugene Rich & James Reschovsky, 2015. "Methods of Observing Variations in Physicians' Decisions: The Opportunities of Clinical Vignettes," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 7e5e2be5ac854446aabc8eb73, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:7e5e2be5ac854446aabc8eb73932d15b
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    clinical vignettes; evidence-based care; clinical decisions;

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