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2019 A Culture-Centered Community-Grounded Approach to Disseminating Health Information among African Americans. CCA, CVD
2019 A narrative review of data collection and analysis guidelines for comparative effectiveness research in chronic pain using patient-reported outcomes and electronic health records. EHRs, PROs
2019 A Patient-Centered Approach to Comparative Effectiveness Research Focused on Older Adults: Lessons From the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute. PCORI
2019 Applying a Commercialization-Readiness Framework to Optimize Value for Achieving Sustainability of an Electronic Health Data Research Network and Its Data Capabilities: The SAFTINet Experience. SAFTINet, SWOT
2019 Are Publicly Funded Health Databases Geographically Detailed and Timely Enough to Support Patient-Centered Outcomes Research? PCOR, PM
2019 Development and Validation of the Real-World Progression in Diabetes (RAPIDS) Model. RAPIDS, VA
2019 Population-Based Observational Studies in Oncology: Proceed With Caution. ---
2019 The REal Life EVidence AssessmeNt Tool (RELEVANT): development of a novel quality assurance asset to rate observational comparative effectiveness research studies. EAACI, REG, RELEVANT
2018 Comparative effectiveness and patient-centered outcomes research: enhancing uptake and use by patients, clinicians and payers. PCOR
10  2018 Comparative effectiveness clinical trials to advance treatment of myasthenia gravis. MG, RCTs
11  2018 Comparative Effectiveness Research in Pediatric Respiratory Disease: Promise and Pitfalls. ---
12  2018 Enduring Neuroprotective Effect of Subacute Neural Stem Cell Transplantation After Penetrating TBI. NETT, OBTT, TBI, US
13  2018 Evaluation of comparative effectiveness research: a practical tool. ---
14  2018 Health Economics and Outcomes Research of Wound Care: Overview of Methodology. HEOR
15  2018 Identifying Patients With High Data Completeness to Improve Validity of Comparative Effectiveness Research in Electronic Health Records Data. EHR, MPEC
16  2018 Increasing uptake of comparative effectiveness and patient-centered outcomes research among stakeholders: insights from conference discussion. PCOR
17  2018 Lessons on Patient and Stakeholder Engagement Strategies for Pipeline to Proposal Awards. CPPR, PCOR, PCORI
18  2018 Methods to identify and prioritize patient-centered outcomes for use in comparative effectiveness research. COSs, IMMPACT, PCOs
19  2018 Nine years of comparative effectiveness research education and training: initiative supported by the PhRMA Foundation. PCOR, PhRMA
20  2018 Nursing Research, CER, PICO and PCORI. PCOR
21  2018 Outcomes research examining treatments, quality of life and costs in HER2-negative and triple-negative metastatic breast cancer: a systematic literature review. MBC, QOL, TN
22  2018 Real-World Evidence: What It Is and What It Can Tell Us According to the International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE) Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) Special Interest Group (SIG). FDA, ISPE, RWE, SIG
23  2018 Stakeholder perspectives regarding alternate approaches to informed consent for comparative effectiveness research. ---
24  2018 Use of administrative data for comparative effectiveness research in the treatment of non-prostate genitourinary malignancies. ---
25  2017 Assessment of Confounders in Comparative Effectiveness Studies From Secondary Databases. ---
26  2017 Attitudes toward comparative effectiveness research and patient engagement among reproductive health clinicians. PCOR
27  2017 Comparative Effectiveness Research in Musculoskeletal Imaging. MSK
28  2017 Enhancing Comparative Effectiveness Research With Automated Pediatric Pneumonia Detection in a Multi-Institutional Clinical Repository: A PHIS+ Pilot Study. NLP
29  2017 Involving Latina/o parents in patient-centered outcomes research: Contributions to research study design, implementation and outcomes. ---
30  2017 Making genomic medicine evidence-based and patient-centered: a structured review and landscape analysis of comparative effectiveness research. GM
31  2017 National Psoriasis Foundation Priorities for Patient-Centered Research: Proceedings from the 2016 Conference. CP, NPF
32  2017 Neonatologists' opinions about the 'foreseeable risks' in comparative effectiveness research: Results from an online survey. ---
33  2017 Patient, caregiver and clinician use of comparative effectiveness research findings in care decisions: results from a national study. ---
34  2017 Patients' views of consent in clinical trials for acute myocardial infarction: impact of trial design. AMI
35  2017 Publication of comparative effectiveness research has not increased in high-impact medical journals, 2004-2013. PROs
36  2017 Quantifying the Burden of Interhospital Cost Variation in Pediatric Surgery: Implications for the Prioritization of Comparative Effectiveness Research. IQR, WIQR
37  2017 Querying stakeholders to inform comparative effectiveness research. ---
38  2017 Rationale and design of Mi-CARE: The mile square colorectal cancer screening, awareness and referral and education project. CRC, FQHC, LPN
39  2017 Training in patient-centered outcomes research for specific researcher communities. PCOR
40  2016 A General Framework for Considering Selection Bias in EHR-Based Studies: What Data Are Observed and Why? EHR
41  2016 Ability and Use of Comparative Effectiveness Research by P&T Committee Members and Support Staff: A 1-Year Follow-up. AHRQ, EHC
42  2016 Building a Governance Strategy for CER: The Patient Outcomes Research to Advance Learning (PORTAL) Network Experience. PCORI, PORTAL
43  2016 Co-calibrating quality-of-life scores from three pulmonary disorders: implications for comparative-effectiveness research. PRO
44  2016 Comparative effectiveness research and its utility in In-clinic practice. ---
45  2016 Comparative effectiveness research in the U.S.A.: when will there be an impact on healthcare decision-making? ---
46  2016 Comparative effectiveness research in the USA: when will there be an impact on healthcare decision-making? ---
47  2016 Comparative effectiveness research with administrative health data in rheumatoid arthritis. RA
48  2016 Consensus of recommendations guiding comparative effectiveness research methods. AHRQ, PCORI
49  2016 Developing timely insights into comparative effectiveness research with a text-mining pipeline. ICTRP, NLP
50  2016 Difference-in-Differences Method in Comparative Effectiveness Research: Utility with Unbalanced Groups. DID, GA, MS
51  2016 Distinguishing Selection Bias and Confounding Bias in Comparative Effectiveness Research. ---
52  2016 Employer, Insurer, and Industry Perspectives on Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness Research: Final Report. PCORI
53  2016 Factors Associated With the Performance of Extended Colonic Resection vs. Segmental Resection in Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer: A Population-Based Study. CRC, ECR, IBD, LS, MSI
54  2016 Got CER? Educating Pharmacists for Practice in the Future: New Tools for New Challenges. AMCP, CCP, ISPOR, NPC
55  2016 Patients' Views Concerning Research on Medical Practices: Implications for Consent. ---
56  2016 Quantitative and qualitative assessment of real world data comparative effectiveness research of systemic therapies in lung oncology: A systematic review. GRACE, RWD
57  2016 Recent controversies on comparative effectiveness research investigations: Challenges, opportunities, and pitfalls. RCT
58  2016 TBI-the most complex disease in the most complex organ: the CENTER-TBI trial-a commentary. CENTER-TBI, TBI
59  2016 The effect of comorbidity on the use of adjuvant chemotherapy and type of regimen for curatively resected stage III colon cancer patients. CDC
60  2016 TRANSFoRm eHealth solution for quality of life monitoring. PROMs
61  2016 Variation in Structure and Process of Care in Traumatic Brain Injury: Provider Profiles of European Neurotrauma Centers Participating in the CENTER-TBI Study. CENTER-TBI, ICU, TBI
62  2016 Young adult and parent stakeholder perspectives on participation in patient-centered comparative effectiveness research. AYA
63  2015 Adaptive designs for comparative effectiveness research trials. ADs
64  2015 Approaches to answering critical CER questions. RCTs
65  2015 CER Hub: An informatics platform for conducting comparative effectiveness research using multi-institutional, heterogeneous, electronic clinical data. EHR
66  2015 Clinical and economic effectiveness of percutaneous ventricular assist devices for high-risk patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention. LOS, PCI, pVAD
67  2015 Clinical Comparative Effectiveness Research Through the Lens of Healthcare Decisionmakers. PCORI
68  2015 Clinical evidence inputs to comparative effectiveness research could impact the development of novel treatments. ---
69  2015 Comparative effectiveness in head and neck malignancies. ---
70  2015 Comparative effectiveness in hepatic malignancies. ---
71  2015 Comparative Effectiveness Research Through a Collaborative Electronic Reporting Consortium. EHR, PROS
72  2015 Comparative Effectiveness Research: A Roadmap for Physical Activity and Lifestyle. ---
73  2015 Establishing a Common Metric for Physical Function: Linking the HAQ-DI and SF-36 PF Subscale to PROMIS() Physical Function. HAQ, HAQ-DI, IRT, PF, PROMIS, SF-36 PF
74  2015 Ethical issues in patient-centered outcomes research and comparative effectiveness research: a pilot study of community dialogue. PCOR
75  2015 Evaluating Comparative Effectiveness Research Priorities for Care Coordination in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Community-Based eDelphi Study. COPD
76  2015 Gastrointestinal cancer screening: screening may release new research funding to improve health service also in routine clinics. CRC
77  2015 High-dimensional propensity score algorithm in comparative effectiveness research with time-varying interventions. hdPS, IPW
78  2015 IMPACCT Kids' Care: a real-world example of stakeholder involvement in comparative effectiveness research. ---
79  2015 Impact of Postapproval Evidence Generation on the Biopharmaceutical Industry. ---
80  2015 Innovative designs of point-of-care comparative effectiveness trials. POC
81  2015 Investigation of comparative effectiveness research in Asia, Europe, and North America. ---
82  2015 Linking Physical and Mental Health Summary Scores from the Veterans RAND 12-Item Health Survey (VR-12) to the PROMIS() Global Health Scale. IRT, VR-12
83  2015 More on SUPPORT: the controversy continues. ---
84  2015 Patient and clinician views on comparative effectiveness research and engagement in research. ---
85  2015 PAYER PERSPECTIVES ON FUTURE ACCEPTABILITY OF COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS AND RELATIVE EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH. RE
86  2015 Population-Based Lynch Syndrome Screening by Microsatellite Instability in Patients ≤50: Prevalence, Testing Determinants, and Result Availability Prior to Colon Surgery. CRC, IHC, LS, MSI
87  2015 Research gaps in pancreatic cancer research and comparative effectiveness research methodologies. ---
88  2015 Stakeholder assessment of comparative effectiveness research needs for Medicaid populations. ---
89  2015 The views of quality improvement professionals and comparative effectiveness researchers on ethics, IRBs, and oversight. QI
90  2015 Towards Building a Bridge between Community Engagement in Research (CEnR) and Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER). CEnR
91  2015 Translating comparative effectiveness research into Medicaid payment policy: views from medical and pharmacy directors. ---
92  2015 [Benefit assessment in health services research and epidemiology]. ---
93  2014 Accelerating regulatory progress in multi-institutional research. HMORN, IRB
94  2014 Achieving and sustaining automated health data linkages for learning systems: barriers and solutions. AHRQ, CERTAIN, EHR, IT, QI
95  2014 Adjusting for geographic variation in observational comparative effectiveness studies: a case study of antipsychotics using state Medicaid data. ED, ESDA, PP, SGAs
96  2014 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-comparative effectiveness research infrastructure investments: emerging data resources, tools and publications. ---
97  2014 An overview of methods for comparative effectiveness research. ---
98  2014 Applications of propensity score methods in observational comparative effectiveness and safety research: where have we come and where should we go? PS
99  2014 Approaches to comparative effectiveness research in multimorbid populations. MCC
100  2014 Assessing the long-term impact of public investments in comparative effectiveness research: conceptual framework and lessons learned. ARRA