PCORI Draft Research Agenda Offers Broad Areas Of Study With Intention Of Getting Specifics From Public Comments
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute’s issues its draft national priorities and research agenda for comment Jan. 23. Rather than identify specific research items, the list contains five broad areas designed to elicit the greatest amount of input from stakeholders on what projects should be funded for investigation.
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The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will be looking to patients and other stakeholders to help set the research agenda through its website, workshops and other avenues. Forthcoming advisory panels will help prioritize the list of suggestions that will be presented to the institute’s board of governors, which will make final funding decisions.
As the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute opens the public comment period for its draft methodology report, criticisms on the institute's direction are beginning to surface, including accusations that it is becoming just another AHRQ or NIH.
As the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute opens up the public comment period for the draft report created by the institute’s Methodology Committee, criticisms on the direction PCORI is moving are beginning to surface, including accusations that it is becoming just another AHRQ or NIH.