Comparative effectiveness board to announce national priorities

01/17/2012 | Kaiser Health News

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, an independent board tasked with comparing the effectiveness of medical treatments, will announce its priorities for spending $3 billion over the next decade. Some patient advocacy groups worry that the board's recommendations, which are not intended to be binding, will cause insurers to drop coverage for certain treatments.

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