House bill would fund research on treatment efficacy, cost

05/17/2007 | United Press International

House lawmakers introduced a bill this week to provide additional funding to a federal agency to compare the effectiveness and cost of treatments available for particular conditions. The bill would provide $3 billion for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, with the cost shared by taxpayers, insurers and employers.

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