How Comparative Effectiveness Research Became Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
A new “methods to policy” piece
in the Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research
outlines the evolution of comparative effectiveness research to patient-centered outcomes research in U.S. policy circles. It also discusses the real-world implications of this work for health care researchers, patients, providers, and other stakeholders as they implement health care reform.
Forum: Using Methodological Approaches from Varied Disciplines for Health Services Research
Expanding the Toolbox: Using Methodological Approaches from Varied Disciplines for Health Services Research
May 2, 2013
Leading health care experts discussed how methods used in the fields of engineering, political science, and clinical trials research could be applied to health services research. Forum speakers illustrated how these novel evaluation methods could be used to obtain rapid-cycle feedback; more generalized findings; and a better understanding of which features of the intervention, patients served, and organizational setting make a difference.
| PowerPoint presentation
Integrating Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Conference
December 5-6, 2011
Dominick Esposito, Panelist
: Scope of CER and Its Evolving Definition
and Case Studies: Real-World Implementation and Benefit of CER
National Comparative Effectiveness Summit—Washington, DC—October 12-14, 2011
Eugene Rich: "The Role of Comparative Effectiveness Research in Provider Payment Reform"
Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting—The Many Faces of Generalism: Building 21st Century Medicine Through Education, Research, Policy, and Practice—Phoenix, AZ—May 4-7, 2011
Eugene Rich: "Developing a Research Agenda in Geriatrics Clinical Care and Practice Reform"
Clinical and Translational Research and Education Meeting: ACRT/SCTS/AFMR Joint Annual Meeting—Washington, DC—April 27-29, 2011
Eugene Rich: Health Care Reform: The Necessity of Translational Science
National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems—Webinar—March 2, 2011
Eugene Rich: "Comparative Effectiveness Research: Implications for Safety Net Providers and the Populations They Serve"
Recording | PowerPoint (PDF)