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The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.

JG Williams, WY Cheung, D Cohen, M Longo, Hayley Hutchings Orcid Logo, IT Russell

Health Technology Assessment, Volume: 7, Issue: 26

Swansea University Author: Hayley Hutchings Orcid Logo

Published in: Health Technology Assessment
Published: 2003
URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa11839
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title The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
spellingShingle The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
Hayley Hutchings
title_short The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
title_full The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
title_fullStr The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
title_full_unstemmed The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
title_sort The value of routine data in health technology assessment: Can randomised trials rely on existing electronic data? A feasibility study to explore the value of routine data in health technology assessment.
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