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12/15/2004: Why Don't Americans Use Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health Policy Making? (PDF) (American Journal of Managed Care)
5 pages. Excerpt: Cost-effectiveness analysis ... offers decision makers a structured, rational approach with which to improve the return onresources expended. But decades after its widespread promotion to the medical community, policy makers in the United States remain reluctant to use the approach formally. Indeed, the resistance to economic evidence in the United States in an era of evidence-based medicine in healthcare is perhaps the most notable development of all.
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