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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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Comparative Effectiveness

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  • What is J&J's position on comparative effectiveness?
    • Help establish the value of treatments
    • Promote a more quality-focused cost-effective health system
    • Help physicians and patients make better decisions
    • Be a way for manufacturers to differentiate products
    • However, it is not the "silver bullet" as it will not automatically solve our cost and quality challenges
  • How should information from CE research be used?
    • Should inform medical decisions, not replace medical judgment with treatment formulas
    • Will need to reconcile "average" population effects and with impacts on individuals that reflect differences in side effects, intolerance, noncompliance, and quality of life

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