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Are institutional recommendations and guidelines good for patients?

from By Mike Wokasch

It depends on the level of scrutiny and expertise applied by the prescribing physician in assessing the information used to support the recommendations and guidelines. Institutional assessments are most helpful when driven by clinically meaningful patient benefits resulting from comprehensive reviews of clinical data by therapeutic area experts — assuming they are unbiased with no conflicts of interest. This is a rather idealistic perspective when you consider most clinical data are from trials designed for regulatory approval and do not necessarily performed to reflect real-world clinical practice or typical patients. more


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