The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending
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We are thankful for comments from the referees and the editor Tom McGuire and research assistance from Cindy Yuan . In addition, we appreciate the comments from seminar participants of the 2009 Annual Health Economics Meeting, the NBER 2010 Health Care Meetings, the 2010 ASHE Meetings, The 2010 AdvaMed Meetings, the University of Chicago, Rice University, University of Houston, and the Wharton School. Dr. Basu acknowledges support from a research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health, 1R01MH083706 – 01. Dr. Philipson acknowledges support from the Stigler Center for Study of the Economy and the State at the University of Chicago as well as the National Pharmaceutical Council.
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