Avoiding CER Redundancy: PCORI Members Seek Transparency On How AHRQ Spends Its Portion Of Funding
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute board member Leah Hole-Curry calls for more transparency in how the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality is spending its portion of the PCORI budget, so that the groups can avoid making redundant efforts. The board debates how best to determine the success of efforts to disseminate research information.
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