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Impact of claims data research on clinical practice.
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
International journal of technology assessment in health care 1990;6(2):282-7.
Despite their potential utility, clinicians are skeptical about claims data as a substrate for clinical research. Clinician's concerns are centered on two issues-the quality of the data and the fairness of comparisons that are made. To increase the impact of claims data research on clinical practice, several strategies should be pursued.
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