Michael Jones, RN, MSN, MBA, at Molina Healthcare of Mississippi says that patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) is valuable to health plans because it incorporates cultural attributes and preferences, which increases the likelihood that outcomes will benefit specific populations or communities.
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By 2050, up to 14 million Americans could be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, a common cause of dementia. Learn more about the PCORI-funded studies that are seeking to help patients and those who care for them answer questions about treatments for dementia and other causes of cognitive impairment.
Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Awards teams across the country are helping health center patients and clinicians drive research important to them to better meet their complex medical and social needs.
Our new online storehouse provides tools and information to help researchers, patients, and stakeholders promote the uptake of engagement practices.
Learn about and apply for these calls for proposals on patient-centered outcomes research capacity building, evidence dissemination initiatives, and stakeholder convenings. Letters of Inquiry are due April 1.
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