Patient data on comparative research may boost health

07/16/2014 | Clinical Innovation + Technology online

Data published in Health Affairs found the use of patient-reported data in comparative research may hold potential in enhancing care quality and boosting individual and population health. Researchers also stressed that patients must perceive the importance of the data, both for research and their own care.

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