Right Care, Right Patient, Right Time: The Role of Comparative Effectiveness Research

All materials can be found in full at the links provided.

Key Resources (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

  • “Highlights of PCORI-Funded Research Results.” Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute. February 2019. Available at http://allh.us/XqhR.
  • “Enhanced Cure Rates for HCV: Geisinger’s Approach.” Khurana, S., Gaines, S., Lee, T. NEJM Catalyst. July 11, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/XxYM.
  • “The ICER Value Framework: Integrating Cost Effectiveness and Affordability in the Assessment of Health Care Value.” Pearson, S. Value in Health. March 2018. Available at http://allh.us/dTQV.
  • “Improving the Relevance and Consistency of Outcomes in Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Tunis, S., Clarke, M., Gorst, S., et al. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research. March 2016. Available at http://allh.us/UNnV.
  • “Supporting Better Physician Decisions at the Point of Care: What Payers and Purchasers Can Do.” Contreary, K., Rich, E., Collins, A., et al. Mathematica Policy Research. February 10, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/U98D.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses Frequently Agree on Value.” Glick, H., McElligott, S., Perfetto, E., et al. Health Affairs. May 2015. Available at http://allh.us/yDKr.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Donnelly, J. Health Affairs. October 8, 2010. Available at http://allh.us/kJNu.
  • “The Policies and Politics of Creating a Comparative Clinical Effectiveness Research Center.” Wilensky, G. Health Affairs. July/August 2009. Available at http://allh.us/qBVy.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness Research: The Need for a Uniform Standard.” Gottlieb, S., Klasmeier, C. American Enterprise Institute. June 2009. Available at http://allh.us/PyhU.

 

Additional Resources (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

  • “Choosing Wisely Campaigns: A Work in Progress.” Levinson, W., Born, K., Wolfson, D. May 15, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/Bmdh.
  • “Policy Strategies for Aligning Price and Value for Brand-Name Pharmaceuticals.” Pearson, S. Nichols, L, Chandra, A. Health Affairs. March 15, 2018. Available at http://allh.us/wERQ.
  • “Increasing Uptake of Comparative Effectiveness and Patient-Centered Outcomes Research among Stakeholders: Insights from Conference Discussion.” Law, E., Harrington, R., Alexander, G., et al. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research. February 2018. Available at http://allh.us/mvAX.
  • “Exploring Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Martin, H. Bipartisan Policy Center (blog). June 2, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/brfc.
  • “Making Genomic Medicine Evidence-Based and Patient-Centered: A Structured Review and Landscape Analysis of Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Phillips, K., Deverka, P., Tunis, S., et al. Genetics in Medicine. April 13, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/KxX7.
  • “Distinguishing Selection Bias and Confounding Bias in Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Haneuse, S. Med Care. April 2016. Available at http://allh.us/wevM.
  • “Developing Evidence That Is Fit for Purpose: A Framework for Payer and Research Dialogue.” Sabharwal, R., Graff, J., Holve, E., et al. The American Journal of Managed Care. September 17, 2015. Available at http://allh.us/pNAJ.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness Research through a Collaborative Electronic Reporting Consortium.” Fiks, A., Grundmeier, R., Steffes, J., et al. July 2015. Available at http://allh.us/64xg.
  • “Clinical Comparative Effectiveness Research through the Lens of Healthcare Decisionmakers.” Price-Haywood, E. The Ochsner Journal. Summer 2015. Available at http://allh.us/c3ky.
  • “Stakeholder Participation in Comparative Effectiveness Research: Defining a Framework for Effective Engagement.” Deverka, P., Lavallee, D., Tunis, S., et al. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research. March 2012. Available at http://allh.us/RmdW.
  • “How Best to Engage Patients, Doctors, and Other Stakeholders in Designing Comparative Effectiveness Studies.” Hoffman, A., Montgomery, R., Tunis, S., et al. Health Affairs. October 2010. Available at http://allh.us/wWG8.
  • “The Political Fight Over Comparative Effectiveness Research.” Igleheart, J. Health Affairs. October 2010. Available at http://allh.us/J8yP.
  • “How Will Comparative Effectiveness Research Affect the Quality of Health Care?” Docteur, E., Berenson, R. Urban Institute. February 2010. Available at http://allh.us/Ddwu.
  • “Rethinking Randomized Clinical Trials for Comparative Effectiveness Research: The Need for Transformational Change.” Luce, B., Kramer, J., Tunis S., et al. Annals of Internal Medicine. August 4, 2009. Available at http://allh.us/9nvJ.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness Research: Medical Practice, Payments, and Politics: The Need to Retain Standards of Medical Research.” Selker, H. Journal of General Internal Medicine. June 2009. Available at http://allh.us/A4CX.
  • “Implementing Comparative Effectiveness Research: Priorities, Methods, and Impact.” The Brookings Institution. June 2009. Available at http://allh.us/Kakw.
  • “Comparative Effectiveness Research and Evidence-Based Health Policy: Experience from Four Countries.” Chalkidou, K., Tunis, S., Lopert, R., et al. The Milbank Quarterly. June 2009. Available at http://allh.us/6Fky.
  • “Developing a Center for Comparative Effectiveness Information.” Wilensky, G. Health Affairs. November 2006. Available at http://allh.us/JBMt.