Additional Standards Needed To Make CER Meaningful And Adoptable, Case Study Shows
What started out as an exercise to show how comparative effectiveness research could be quickly adopted and help improve health outcomes ended up revealing that there remains a long way to go.
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During the run-up to the passing of the Affordable Care Act, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute was the target of much Republican criticism. But based on her interactions with congressional members, Project HOPE’s Gail Wilensky says there’s no desire now on Capitol Hill to end the institute’s activities.
As the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute board of governors debates its approach to disseminating and implementing research findings, one component is clear: context of research in the lives of those who will use it needs to be a key focus.
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute expects its blueprint for disseminating the clinical comparative research it funds ready about when the first projects are complete in early 2014.