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This first-of-a-kind analysis summarizes interviews with 14 prominent researchers, who universally agreed that there are critical gaps in our knowledge base that prevent us from getting to a system that delivers the right health care, at the right time, at the right price. What’s more, they agreed that we need to be smarter about the types of research we do. After that, there was a wide variety of opinions about where the most important gaps lie, what is needed besides new research and what the best next steps are.
We want to hear from you: Rank the Research Gaps!
June 17, 2016
Stuart Butler, Ph.D., senior fellow, The Brookings Institution
R. Adams Dudley, M.D., M.B.A., professor of medicine and health policy, University of California, San Francisco
Lynn Quincy, director, Healthcare Value Hub (moderator)