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Basing Health Care on Empirical Evidence


  • Jill Bernstein
  • Deborah Chollet
  • Stephanie Peterson


Reviews initiatives under way to put evidence into practice.

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  • Jill Bernstein & Deborah Chollet & Stephanie Peterson, "undated". "Basing Health Care on Empirical Evidence," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 9ac2d6771e504f52b1f5152ac, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:9ac2d6771e504f52b1f5152ac09f1453

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    Health Care Reform ; Quality of Care ; ARRA; Health;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare


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