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Department of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- » Accuracy of diagnostic information
- » Expected value decision-making
- » Mathematical modeling methods
- » Measures of uncertainty
- » Measuring outcomes of care
- » Selection and interpretation of diagnostic tests
- » Translation and communication of results to decision makers and policy makers
- » Understanding new information
- » Variability and uncertainty
The development and validation of outcome instruments permits objective measurement of disease severity, a necessary feature that allows the results of clinical trials to be accurately interpreted and compared. Difficulties have been noted in measuring...
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