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Efficacy: Getting stuff done

Efficacy is mostly used in a scientific setting. Efficacy is the ability to create an anticipated effect.

For example, a specific medication that improves a patient's symptoms in an ideal environment has demonstrated efficacy.

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These terms sound very similar and are often used interchangeably in everyday conversations.

Efficacy is not always enough. Medication that improves a patient's symptoms under ideal conditions is technically getting things done, but not always the right things.

Once you find an effective solution, you can try to improve it, or make it more efficient.

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