Panel lists health priorities for Obama administration

An advisory panel of the Institute of Medicine released a report listing 100 health care concerns that the Obama administration should prioritize for its comparative-effectiveness reviews of drugs, medical devices and other treatments. The report is part of the government's effort to put more emphasis on scientific evidence in the practice of medicine.

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