Patient-centered research focuses on patients’ beliefs, preferences, and needs, in contrast to physician-centered care. HealthCore directly engages patients in research to better understand, assess, and address their complex and unique healthcare needs.
Our researchers embrace all facets of patient-centered research with deep knowledge of social sciences, nursing and medicine, and public health and health policy, among other topics and areas of study. They also possess methodological expertise to master study design, conduct, and analysis of results. Such proficiency combined with the ability to identify and link people and outcomes within a large data ecosystem means we can help you care for and gain insight from those at the heart of the healthcare system.
Patient-centered research requires going beyond numbers in pursuit of rich, in-depth insights. We recognize that gathering this level of information is not a one-size-fits-all activity. It often takes multiple methodologies to get to the correct or complete answer.
Our teams of researchers have a deep knowledge of what questions to ask, how to ask them, and how to make sense of all that we learn from patients. We utilize a unique mix of expertise, access to claims data, and relationships in the design and conduct of patient-centered research – across all therapeutic areas – for the purpose of improving patient health and outcomes.
HealthCore’s Patient-Centered Research (PCR) team goes beyond numbers to inform meaningful research solutions with rich, in-depth insights. HealthCore utilizes a unique mix of expertise, access to claims data, and relationships in the design and conduct of patient-centered research for the purpose of improving patient health and outcomes.Read the Article