PCORI To Fund Development Of Data Networks For CER, Clinical Development
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute plans up to $68 million in grants to develop two types of national data infrastructure, one aimed at clinical data research networks and the other at patient-powered research networks, that together can help researchers across all spectrums of health care develop robust comparative health care data.
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