PCORI approaches spring funding cycle

On Feb. 5 the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will open its application system for the spring 2014 cycle. Upcoming opportunities include:
Obesity Treatment Options Set in Primary Care for Underserved Populations
Funded projects will determine real-world comparative effectiveness of obesity treatment options in racial/ethnic minorities, low socio-economic and rural populations. Up to $20 million is available for this program with maximum annual project budgets of $10 million for 5-years. Letters of intent are due March 7.
The Effectiveness of Transitional Care
Selected proposals will help determine which transitional care service clusters are most effective while optimizing readmission rates in at-risk populations within different healthcare contexts (e.g., fee-for-service, capitation, new payment models, medical homes, and integrated delivery systems). Up to $15 million is available per 3-year project. Letters of intent are due March 7.
~List of all PCORI grants
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