Comparative Effective Research: Will it Fulfill its Promise?

7/9/2012; 58 minutes

Comparative effective research is a tool that compares the benefits and harms of methods in order to improve the delivery and value of care. Dr. Harold Sox discusses this process and covers the background, methods, treatment response heterogeneity, political considerations, and outlook for CER. (#23970)

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