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ASU adds diversity to $8.6 million Mayo Clinic-led network for patient-centered research

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TEMPE, Ariz., Nov. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Arizona State University (ASU) has joined a national initiative that brings patients, researchers, health systems and clinicians together to help people make informed healthcare decisions and improve healthcare delivery and outcomes. That innovative initiative is the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORnet) funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). PCORnet is a national evidence generation system of large, highly representative health and healthcare data that supports clinical research.

Healthcare research needed a different approach. It has been too slow, too expensive, not always answering the important questions. Healthcare decision-making is always informed by evidence. Health outcomes and disparities were not improving. Change was needed, but how?

PCORI answered with a national system addressing the problems of traditional clinical research that continuously learns and grows in quality and efficiency. ASU’s Center for Health Information & Research (CHiR), directed by George Runger, PhD, contributes claims and clinical data from its repository of health information as a member of the Patient-Centered Network of Learning Health Systems (LHSNet), a PCORnet Clinical Data Research Network (CDRN).

LHSNet is comprised of 12 million patients across seven member institutions, led by the Mayo Clinic. The network provides expertise to support research that improves health and health care in ways meaningful to its ethnically and socioeconomically diverse patient population, their families, and providers.

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LHSNet is operating under a three-year award of more than $8.6 million from PCORI.

According to Runger, “Our patient population is one of CHiR’s key assets that benefits LHSNet and PCORnet.” With Arizona being home to large numbers of Hispanics/Latinos and Native Americans, CHiR brings a unique diversity of patients to all types of research studies. Electronic medical records from local community health centers and Maricopa County’s public teaching hospital enrich the data from Arizona Medicaid.

CHiR also has a long history of joining forces with local health provider organizations to improve health and health care in Arizona. “We are excited about taking our data sharing relationships to the national level and engaging local providers in new research opportunities that will benefit their patients.”

LHSNet conducts research internally among its member institutions and at the PCORnet level. PCORnet creates the infrastructure, tools and policies to support rapid and efficient research. PCORnet embodies a “network of networks” made up of:

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