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The Colorado Health Outcomes (COHO) program and the Children's Outcomes Research (COR) program evaluate health care systems and interventions that improve population health and overall quality of care. The programs share offices and jointly support methodological core areas and educational opportunities.
COHO assesses health care from the perspective of patients, providers, and payors. We assess the effectiveness of health care for individuals or populations, and assess the impact of changes in the organization, financing, and delivery of health care.
COR works to improve child health both locally and nationally by conducting state-of-the-art pediatric outcomes research that will impact clinical practice and child health policy.
Qualitative Research Methods Forum features discussion and presentations about qualitative research.
QRMF hosted the Qualitative Methods Showcase on Thursday, October 4th, 2012. For more details, click here.
The ATLAS.ti User Group meets regularly to support researchers using this software.
Research Methods and Statistics Discussion Series - bring your lunch and join the conversation.
Survival among high-risk patients after bariatric surgery. JAMA
Comparative effectiveness research in DARTNet primary care practices: point of care data collection on hypoglycemia and over-the-counter and herbal use among patients diagnosed with diabetes. Medical Care
Enhancement of Surgical Informed Consent by Addition of Repeat Back: A Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial. Annals of Surgery
Effectiveness of hydralazine/isosorbide dinitrate in racial/ethnic subgroups with heart failure. Clinical Therapeutics
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