Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR)What is PCOR?
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) incorporates the realities that treatment outcomes may be different in different individuals and that patients' priorities and goals of treatment also vary. PCOR relies on input from patients and families as well as healthcare professionals.
UTMB was awarded a $4.97 million dollar grant (R24HS022134) in 2013 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to conduct patient-centered outcomes research. AHRQ's mission is to produce evidence to make health care safer, higher quality, more accessible, equitable, and affordable, and to work with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other partners to make sure that the evidence is understood and used. Dispersed over a five-year period, this federal grant is being used to establish the infrastructure for a center on Patient-Centered Outcomes Research in the Elderly at UTMB. Read more about the mission of our center.
UTMB PCOR News
Dr. Reistetter Presents Keynote on Stroke in Istanbul
By Sealy Center on Aging 06/14/17
Tim Reistetter, PhD, OTR, presented the keynote address, "Client-Centered Perspectives on Return to Work Following Stroke," at the International Closing Conference "Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation" May 31-June 2, 2017 in Istanbul. Dr. Reistetter is Project Director of Research Project 2: Comparative Effectiveness of Patient-Centered Outcomes Following IRF and SNF Stroke Rehabilitation and Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at UTMB.
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research: Making Care Timely, Personalized, & Safe
By Sealy Center on Aging 06/12/17
A video has been posted online of the CER/PCOR Lecture held on June 9, 2017 at UTMB:
Presented by: Rachel Hess, MD, MS
Chief, Division of Health System Innovation and Research; Director, Health System Innovation and Research Program; Professor of Population Health Sciences and Internal Medicine; Ann G. and Jack Mark Presidential Endowed Chair in Internal Medicine, in Honor of Thomas H. Caine, MD; Co-Director, Utah Center for Clinical and Translational Science, Co-Principal Investigator PaTH Clinical Data Research Network; University of Utah School of Medicine
The Power of Patient-Centered Research
By Sealy Center on Aging 05/12/17
A video has been posted online of the CER/PCOR Lecture held on May 12, 2017 at UTMB:
Presented by: Jeanne-Marie Guise, MD, MPH, Professor, Vice Provost-Academic Career Development and Mentoring, Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University
Prioritizing Fall Prevention Best Practices for Post-Acute Care: A Patient-Centered Approach
By Sealy Center on Aging 04/25/17
A video has been posted online of the CER/PCOR Lecture held on April 14, 2017 at UTMB:
Presented by: Natalie E. Leland, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA, Assistant Professor Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry & Davis School of Gerontology Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association Designation University of Southern California
Pilot Project Recipient Awarded PCORI Grant for Data Visualization
By UTMB Newsroom 03/13/17
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute awarded Suresh Bhavnani, PhD and his multidisciplinary team of data scientists and clinicians $525,000 to develop a new visual analytical method which will automatically identify patient subgroups in large datasets such as Medicare data, and test whether those subgroups can help to improve the prediction of hospital readmission in the elderly. Read more at the UTMB Newsroom.
Previously, Dr. Bhavnani was awarded a pilot project from PCOR at UTMB, "How Comorbidities Co-Occur in Readmitted Hip Fracture Patients: From Bipartite Networks to Post-Discharge Planning."
Health Care Reform and Post-Acute Care: New Quality Measures, Inclusion in ACOs and Universal Function Measures
By Sealy Center on Aging 03/10/17
Presented by: Pedro Gozalo, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Community Health, Brown University
Mixed Methods Evaluation of the CareFirst Patient-Centered Medical Home Model
By Sealy Center on Aging 02/09/17
Presented by: Gilbert Gimm, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Health Administration & Policy George Mason University