Increasing uptake of comparative effectiveness and patient-centered outcomes research among stakeholders: Insights from conference discussion
JournalJournal of Comparative Effectiveness Research
PublisherFuture Medicine Ltd.
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AbstractThe goal of comparative effectiveness research (CER) and patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) is to improve health outcomes by providing stakeholders with evidence directly relevant to decision making. In January 2017, the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association Foundation, alongside the Academy for Managed Care Pharmacy, organized a conference aimed at engaging experts and opinion leaders representing clinicians, patients and payers to identify and discuss barriers and strategies to enhancing uptake and use of CER/PCOR. This report summarizes the conference discussion in the following sections: preconference survey; summary of barriers and strategies to the uptake of CER/PCOR identified by conference attendees; and future perspectives on the field. Copyright 2018 2018 Ernest Law.
SponsorsE Law was supported by the UIC/Takeda Health Economics and Outcomes Research Fellowship (2014–2016). E Oehrlein is supported by a PhRMA Foundation Fellowship in Health Outcomes. She also receives research support from Pfizer.
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