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PCORnet®, The National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network 

Nov.
14

Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 · 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST
Location: Your office or conference room (no need to travel!)

 

Discover how you can conduct efficient, patient-centric research, using a national resource.

PCORnet®, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network, is an innovative network of networks advancing the use of electronic health data in comparative effectiveness research.

PCORnet® is designed to make it faster, easier and less costly to conduct clinical research by harnessing the power of large amounts of health data and patient partnerships.

Webinar Takeaways:

  • Transform trials with information on the patient-centered ecosystem, the distributed architecture of the network, and access to data as well as disparate data sources
  • Obtain information on the health systems, health plans, and other stakeholders (communities and patients) involved in the infrastructure
  • Use PCORnet® as a resource in conducting various types of research such as, large pragmatic clinical trials, prospective and retrospective observational studies, and implementation science
  • Gain advanced capabilities to recruit and enroll
  • Enhance ascertainment of outcomes through the increased ability to link to partners with claims data and patient reported outcomes
  • Optimize infrastructure with respect to specific conditions and communities

Conduct more efficient, patient-centered research that improves healthcare outcomes. Join us by registering for this FREE webinar today.

Who Will Benefit

The attendees focus would be on funding or conducting more efficient patient-centered research that improves healthcare outcomes.

Meet Your PresenterS

Maryan-Zirkle-92x121Maryan Zirkle, PCORI Associate Director
PCORnet®
Maryan Zirkle, MD, MS, MA, is an Associate Director on the Research Infrastructure team at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute® (PCORI®). She is responsible for providing intellectual and organizational support for the development and regulation of PCORI’s National Patient-Centered Clinical Data Research Network.

Elizabeth-Shenkman-92x121Elizabeth Shenkman,  
OneFlorida Clinical Research Network PI
Elizabeth Shenkman, Ph.D. currently serves as the Chairperson for the Department of Health Outcomes & Biomedical Informatics, the Co-Director for University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), and the Associate Director for Population Science for the UF Health Cancer Center.

Adrian-Hernandez-92x121Adrian Hernandez, MD, MHS
Vice Dean for Clinical Research Professor of Medicine
Duke University School of Medicine
Adrian Hernandez, MD, MHS is the Vice Dean for Clinical Research in the Duke University School of Medicine.

He is a cardiologist and an internationally recognized leader in clinical research ranging from health services and policy research to clinical trials.  Before becoming Vice Dean for Clinical Research in 2017, he was a Faculty Associate Director of Duke Clinical Research and Director of Health Services and Outcomes Research at the Duke Clinical Research Institute.  He has served as the Steering Committee Chair or Principal Investigator of multiple large studies with goals to improve the health of patients with cardiovascular disease or diabetes.  Most recently he has focused on generating real world evidence leveraging patient engagement, electronic health data and health systems.  This includes developing research networks for the National Institute of Health and Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. A foundational element of these research programs is integrating research into clinical care to improve outcomes across diverse populations. Dr. Hernandez has over 500 published articles and is an elected member of the American Society of Clinical Investigation and Association of American Physicians.

He received his bachelor's degree from Rice University and his medical degree from the University of Texas-Southwestern School of Medicine. He completed an internship, residency in the Department of Medicine at University of California-San Francisco and cardiology fellowship at Duke University.