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Learning What Works

Publication Date: July 30, 2008

In this presentation, Carol Diamond, MD, MPH, discusses elements critical to the success of comparative effectiveness and other population health efforts, including:

  1. Clearly define the ultimate goal
  2. Be open to reset our definitions and assumptions about health data and research approaches
  3. Articulate new, broadly accepted working principles based on 21st century information paradigms
  4. Develop an information policy framework that broadly addresses public hopes and concerns

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