Employer Insights from Patient Centered-outcomes Research Institute

Overview

The National Alliance was selected a recipient of two Engagement Awards through the Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) now underway through February 2021.  The purpose of both grants is two-fold; 1) Through the efforts of Alliance dissemination campaigns, employers will increase their awarenesss and utilization of healthcare research to positively impact patient-centered outcomes of their workforce and 2) PCORI research will become more relevant to Employers through their deeper understanding of healthcare issues that are important to the Purchaser Stakeholder. 





PCORI Comparison Model 

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PCORI Research Topics


Link below to be directed to PCORI webpages that are focused on research topics relevant for employers.



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Funded PCORI Research

Achieving Value in Mental Health Support

Cancer Care Surveillance

Post Colon Cancer CareResearch shows that current guidelines for surveillance screenings do not improve cancer reoccurrence detection.

Action Brief - Accelerating Action

Why Women Choose Double Masectomy

Why Women Choose Double Mastectomy? Research shows outcomes do not always align with patient goals.

Action Brief - Hope and Healing

Fighting Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic

Type 2 Diabetes Research shows that daily self-monitoring does not improve quality of life for patients who do not use insulin.

Videos: Communicating CER to Employers

Achieving Value in Mental Health Support

Michael Thompson 

A short video with Michael Thompson, President & CEO, National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions.

Action Brief - Accelerating Action

David Lansky 

David Lansky, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, Pacific Business Group on Health 

Action Brief - Hope and Healing

Tom Parry

Tom Parry, PhD, President, Integrated Benefits Institute 




This website was partially funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award (EADI-12030)
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