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Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) - Discussion

A data-driven approach to clinical decision-making improves the quality of healthcare. Significantly, analytical tools for cost-benefit evaluation of medicines, procedures and services eliminate unwarranted spending.

At Healthdatamanagement.com, Infosys' expert blogs on Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) as a clinical pathway management tool for personalized medicine.

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ObamaCare's Comparative Effectiveness Research

Data on the comparative effectiveness of treatment options avoids ineffective and expensive alternatives.


CER: Much More than a P4P Tool

All stakeholders benefit from an optimized pathway, including payor and provider organizations, pharmaceutical companies and device manufacturers.


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