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Excerpt: Evidence-based medicine -- using documented scientific results to guide choice in clinical treatments -- has not yet been reflected much in the design of employer-based health insurance. 'It does not come up in the context of benefit-plan design, and that is the problem,' says Paul Ginsburg, president of the Center for Studying Health System Change in Washington, a nonpartisan policy-research organization. 'All services are treated the same, regardless of whether they are effective or not.'
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