Healthcare Policy

A closer look at the $2.7 trillion spent on healthcare in the United States in 2011 reveals a system of extreme imbalances, characterized by excessive consumption of care on the one hand, and lack of access to necessary care on the other.
A January 14, 2015, report published by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) walks a fine line between the competing clinical data-sharing comfort zones of pharmaceutical companies, physician associations, patient groups, and other advocacy organizations.
A January 14, 2015, report published by the Institute of Medicine (IOM)1 walks a fine line between the competing clinical-data-sharing comfort zones of pharmaceutical companies, physician associations, patient groups, and other advocacy organizations.

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