Editor’s highlights from the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research – November 2019

Written by Laura Dormer, Editorial Director

In this regular column, Editorial Director Laura Dormer selects her highlights from the latest issue of the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research. There are currently many hot topics in the world of health economics and outcomes research, and in this Editor’s highlights piece I have picked out some papers from the recently published November issue of the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research that focuses on some of them — namely, stakeholder engagement, research transparency and evidence-based policy making. I hope you enjoy!  A key value of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), and other funders, is the importance of patient...

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