While no one yet knows the full range of after-effects of the presidential election, changes are almost certain to occur. The HCSRN is well-prepared to weather these changes, thanks to the maturity of our infrastructure, and the caliber of our research teams. Executive Director Sarah Greene reflects on an eventful year, both for the nation and the HCSRN.
We continue to connect the public-domain research departments of non-profit learning health systems in the same collaborative manner as we have for the past 23 years.
The 2017 HCSRN annual meeting will feature outstanding science, engaging plenary speakers, and interactive panels that address pivotal issues in conducting applied research in health care delivery.
The HCSRN brings together the research departments of some of the nation's best and most innovative health care systems. Collectively, the HCSRN represents over 1,900 scientists and research staff with methodological and content expertise from an array of disciplines including epidemiology, economics, disparities, outcomes and quality assessment, trials, genomics, and more.