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PCORI Annual Meeting
October 31, 2018 - November 2, 2018
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Annual Meeting
Join colleagues from across the healthcare community at PCORI’s fourth Annual Meeting, an opportunity to learn more about PCORI-funded studies evaluating which care options work best for whom, based on outcomes patients care about. Our Annual Meeting brings together patients, caregivers, researchers, clinicians, payers, employers, policy makers, and others to explore how we can create a healthcare system that provides greater value to all.
There is no registration fee for this year’s event, which will highlight results of several dozen studies that can help patients and those who care for them make better-informed healthcare decisions. Register now.
When: October 31-November 2, 2018
Where: Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC
Why Understanding “What Matters”Is Critical to Health Care
Amy Berman, RN, Senior Program Officer
The John A. Hartford Foundation
Amy Berman, who is living with stage IV inflammatory breast cancer, is a fierce and long-time advocate for developing new models of care that will improve health outcomes for older adults and people with serious illness.
Patients! Engagement, Empowerment, and
the Curse of Better Measures
Mark Smith, MD, MBA, Founding President and CEO
California Health Care Foundation
Mark Smith built the California Health Care Foundation into a leader in promoting innovation in healthcare delivery, public reporting of care quality and access, and applying new technology in care.
Plenary Sessions Include:
- How Much, How Often? What to Do When One Treatment Approach Isn’t Better Than Another
- How CER/PCOR Is Making Health Care More Efficient, Effective, and Patient-Centered
- Decisions, Decisions: How CER/PCOR Is Helping People Make Better-Informed Healthcare Choices
- Across the Aisle: A Conversation with Two Former Members of Congress about PCORI’s Achievements and Opportunities
Breakout Session Topics Include:
- A Congressional Perspective on Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
- Addressing the Opioid Epidemic with Patient-Centered Research
- How Telehealth Can Improve Patient Care and Outcomes
- Improving Physical Health Care for People with Serious Mental Illness
- How to Effectively Deploy Community Health Workers
- The Promise of PROs (Patient-Reported Outcomes)
For more information, including program, travel and lodging details, visit the PCORI Annual Meeting website and follow #PCORI2018.