The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute seeks input on a proposed initiative for health systems and provider-aligned health plans that would provide funding to implement and evaluate strategies to improve patient care and outcomes based on evidence from PCORI-funded research.

The request for information seeks comments until 4 p.m. ET July 15 on proposed eligibility, project requirements and the awards process for the initiative.
 

 

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