The methods (including data collection and analysis) used to undertake the scope of work will be developed through the committee convened by the IOM.
The committee will place greater priority on the depth of the analyses and recommendations as opposed to a broader array of less detailed analyses and recommendations.
End-of-life care, is of lesser priority for this study, as it has received other attention in recent IOM reports, and includes additional issues that are beyond the resources of this study.
A workplan will be developed by the committee at its first meeting.
Task 1 Review previous IOM and other report recommendations on this issue, including
AHRQ evidence-based practice reports.
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