Inference for the Effectiveness of Personalized Medicine with Software

In medical practice, when more than one treatment option is viable, there is little systematic use of individual patient characteristics to estimate which treatment option is most likely to result in a better outcome for the patient. This is due in part because practitioners do not have any easy way to holistically evaluate whether their treatment allocation procedure does better than the standard of care --- a metric we term "improvement"... (read more)

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