PCORI Seeks Input on Draft Agenda for Health Research
On Monday, a group of expertsÂ who make upÂ the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute,Â which was created by the federal health reform law to assess the effectiveness of medical procedures, released its draft research agenda for public comment. The 22-page agenda highlights five priority areasÂ for comparative effectiveness study, such as improving health care systems, communicating research and assessing prevention, diagnosis and treatment options.
- "Health Care Reform Board Seeks Comment on Research Agenda" (Pecquet, "Healthwatch," The Hill, 1/23).
- "PCORI Seeks Input on Draft Research Agenda" (McKinney, Modern Healthcare, 1/23).