Robert M Califf, Melissa A Robb, Andrew B Bindman, Josephine P Briggs, Francis S Collins, Patrick H Conway, Trinka S Coster, Francesca E Cunningham, Nancy De Lew, Karen B DeSalvo, Christine Dymek, Victor J Dzau, Rachael L Fleurence, Richard G Frank, J Michael Gaziano, Petra Kaufmann, Michael Lauer, Peter W Marks, J Michael McGinnis, Chesley Richards, Joe V Selby, David J Shulkin, Jeffrey Shuren, Andrew M Slavitt, Scott R Smith, B Vindell Washington, P Jon White, Janet Woodcock, Jonathan Woodson, Rachel E Sherman
Making better choices about health and health care requires the best possible evidence. Unfortunately, many of the decisions made today in our health care system are not supported by high-quality evidence derived from randomized, controlled trials or well-designed observational studies. But as..
December 15, 2016: New England Journal of Medicine