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Self-reference in law
(Garland Publishing Co., 1999)
When we leave our desks
The new technology assessment
(New England Journal of Medicine, 1990)
No price too high?
(Massachusetts Medical Society, 1992)
If you're Looking at the Cell Means, You're Not Looking at Only the Interaction (Unless All Main Effects Are Zero)
(American Psychological Association, 1991)
This reply to Meyer explains again that cell means, although usually the results of greatest interest, should not be confused with interaction effects. Unless all main effects are 0, one cannot accurately interpret an ...
Evaluating the federal role in financing health-related research
(National Academy of Sciences, 1996)
This paper considers the appropriate role for government in the support of scientific and technological progress in health care; the information the federal government needs to make well-informed decisions about its role; ...
Health care productivity
(Brookings Institution Press, 1997)
Cost-effectiveness of 3 methods to enhance the sensitivity of Papanicolaou testing
(American Medical Association, 1999)
Context ThinPrep, AutoPap, and Papnet are 3 new technologies that increase the sensitivity and cost of cervical cancer screening. Objective To estimate the cost-effectiveness of these technological enhancements to ...
Mortality, hospital admissions, and medical costs of end-stage renal disease in the United States and Manitoba, Canada
(Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1997)
Objectives. National registry data suggest that mortality rates among patients with end-stage renal disease are lower in Canada than in the United States. Casemix and treatment variables, although limited in such instances, ...