PCORI Methodology Committee Begins Examining How Best To Interface With EHRs
Committee conducts interviews with 33 stakeholders, which reveal gaps and needs, as well as potential areas where Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute can help bridge research with electronic sources of data.
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