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PCORI’s Methodology Committee Issues a Request for Information Regarding Translation Table Framework for Comparative Effectiveness Research

23 January 2012

Health Alert

Section 6301 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) established the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), an independent non-profit organization, charged with conducting and disseminating comparative clinical effectiveness research to help patients, providers, purchasers, and policy-makers reach more informed decisions.1 Among other things, PCORI is required to establish a methodology committee to develop and improve the science and methods of comparative clinical effectiveness research, including by developing a “translation table that is designed to provide guidance and act as a reference for [PCORI’s Board of Governors] to determine research methods that are most likely to address each specific research question.”

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