Neil McLaughlin: I'm Neil McLaughlin, managing editor for Modern Healthcare. We're talking today with Carolyn Clancy, head of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and she's also a member of the new federal comparative-effectiveness committee. And so I'd like to ask you a couple of questions about that, Dr. Clancy. What's your role on this committee?
Carolyn Clancy: I'm one of the 15 members of the council, which was mandated by the recovery act when it passed in February. And our role specifically is to make recommendations to the secretary of Health and Human Services for the $400 million of the total $1.1 billion that she will be allocating resources for.