PCORI Funding Awards

PCORI awards funding for research and other programmatic initiatives in several ways. Our primary research funding is awarded through PCORI Funding Announcements (PFAs), broad calls for projects under our five National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda as well as “targeted” announcements on specific high-priority topics, and special one-time funding opportunities. We also offer the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Awards and Pipeline to Proposal awards; these are not research awards but are designed to better integrate patients and other stakeholders into the research process.

All proposed projects, including requested budgets and project periods, are approved subject to a programmatic and budget review by PCORI staff and negotiation of a formal award contract.

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2014Randomized Trial of a Multifactorial Fall Injury Prevention Strategy: A joint initiative of PCORI and the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of HealthHarvard Medical School Yale Medical School UCLA Medical SchoolMassachusetts
2014Engaging Medicaid Clinical LeadersNational Association of Medicaid DirectorsDistrict of Columbia
2014Enhancing Community Health Center PCORI EngagementClinical Directors Network, Inc.New York
2014Engaging Patients and Providers in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Training (EPPiPCORT)North American Primary Care Research GroupKansas
2014PCOR New Medical Products Project: Strengthening Patient Voices on Research CriteriaNational Research Center for Women & FamiliesDistrict of Columbia
2014Core Outcomes Sets in Effectiveness Trials: A Multi-Stakeholder Training and Development WorkshopCenter for Medical Technology PolicyMaryland
2013A Patient-Centered Intervention to Increase Screening of Hepatitis B and C Among Asian-AmericansUniversity of California San FranciscoCalifornia
2013Developing Quality Metrics from Patient-Reported Outcomes for Medical RehabilitationRehabilitation Institute of ChicagoIllinois
2013Comparative Risks and Benefits of Gender Reassignment TherapiesEmory UniversityGeorgia
2013Utilizing Advance Care Planning Videos to Empower Perioperative Cancer Patients and FamiliesJohns Hopkins UniversityMaryland
2013Using Telehealth to Deliver Developmental, Behavioral, and Mental Health Services in Primary Care Settings for Children in Underserved AreasUniversity of California Los AngelesCalifornia
2013Using Technology to Deliver Multi-Disciplinary Care to Individuals with Parkinson Disease in Their HomesUniversity of RochesterNew York
2013Reverse Innovation and Community Engagement to Improve Quality of Care and Patient OutcomesJohns Hopkins UniversityMaryland
2013Rural Options At Discharge Model of Active Planning (ROADMAP)University of MontanaMontana
2013Effectiveness of DECIDE in Patient-Provider Communication, Therapeutic Alliance & Care ContinuationCambridge Health AllianceMassachusetts
2013Interactive Personal Health Records: Use of a Web-Portal by Patients with Complex Chronic ConditionsKaiser Foundation Research InstituteCalifornia
2013A Toolbox Approach to Obesity Treatment in Primary CareDenver Health and Hospital AuthorityColorado
2013Patient Priorities and Community Context: Navigation for Disadvantaged Women with DepressionUniversity of RochesterNew York
2013Sustainable Methods, Algorithms, and Research Tools for Delivering Optimal Care Study (SMART DOCS)Stanford University School of MedicineCalifornia
2013Evaluating Cancer Survivorship Care ModelsGeorge Washington UniversityDistrict of Columbia