Given the tumult of 2016, it's timely to reflect and recalibrate as we start to turn our attention to a new year. It is hard to believe that 12 months have flown by since I took the position of HCSRN Executive Director, and my own reflections pertain to both the national landscape, and events across the HCSRN.
In an ever more competitive research environment, visibility of the HCSRN is imperative. Our culture of collaboration, thoughtfully designed infrastructure, and longevity are among our greatest assets. But are they enough?
Our researchers are tackling some of the most vexing issues in health care organization, financing, and delivery, and there’s no better time, given the unrelenting national focus on strategies to address cost, quality, and patient experience—the familiar triple aim
The HCSRN Conference is in the books. Among our discussion topics are how we can continue to evolve given big changes that will continue to impact research and health care.