Outcomes Research and Practice Guidelines: Upstream Issues for Downstream Users
Hastings Center Report. 1996 Mar-Apr; 26(2): 38-44.
With both the cost and quality of health care under scrutiny, many in the health care industry have turned to outcomes research and practice guidelines for answers. But many physicians have resisted, claiming their clinical judgment is a better guide. Both camps may be right.
Accountability; Autonomy; Costs and Benefits; Decision Making; Economics; Evaluation; Goals; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Health Services; Health Services Research; Industry; Patient Care; Physicians; Practice Guidelines; Professional Autonomy; Quality of Health Care; Research; Research Design; Risks and Benefits; Statistics; Technical Expertise; Technology; Technology Assessment; Treatment Outcome; Uncertainty; Values;
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