Impact

PCORnet® is the only research network that will give you access to electronic health record (EHR) data; expertise in integrating research with clinical care; exceptional research teams; streamlined administrative processes; and millions of patients who are clinical trial eligible.

Faster, better, patient-centered clinical research – that’s the PCORnet solution.

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Featured Project

ADAPTABLE, The Aspirin Study

Many patients with heart disease take aspirin every day to prevent strokes and heart attacks, but we still do not know the optimal dose. The ADAPTABLE study aims to find the answer. Follow the link below to learn more on theaspirinstudy.org.

Research Studies

PCORnet is uniquely networked to offer the real-world evidence essential for answering the clinical questions that impact everyone’s lives and support studies addressing major public health issues (e.g., obesity, opioid crisis).

Comparing Weight Loss Surgery Options

Researchers have found that one type of bariatric surgery is better at reducing BMI, but also creates the greatest health risk for adult patients. Follow the link below to read more about the study on PCORI.org.

Antibiotic Exposure and Childhood Obesity

Researchers have explored whether there is a link between antibiotic use in children under two years of age and their weight gain before age five. Follow the link below to learn more about the study on PCORI.org.

INVESTED: The Influenza Study

Researchers tested the hypothesis that a high dose of the influenza vaccine reduces cardiopulmonary events in high risk cardiovascular patients. Follow the link below to learn more about the study on investedtrial.org.

ADAPTABLE, the Aspirin Study

Many patients with heart disease take aspirin every day to prevent strokes and heart attacks, but we still do not know the optimal dose. The ADAPTABLE study aims to find the answer. Follow the link below to learn more on theaspirinstudy.org.

 

 

“Asking for help promoted equality and interactions between the science team and stakeholders, which added compassion and empathy to the study. This is an important element that hasn’t been talked about much and resulted in the development of not only more informed feedback from stakeholders, but also a real bond between the stakeholders and the investigators.”

— DOUGLAS LUNSFORD, PATIENT PI, OBESITY ANTIBIOTICS STUDY

 

 

“Our informatics and analytic methods, expertise, and experience allows timely support of clinical and policy-relevant research, adapting Network resources toward new questions as they arise.”

— TIM CAREY, MD, MPH, STAR CRN