reachnetprod-leigh PCORI-funded Research – Category – REACHnet
Adult Congenital Heart Disease Study
24 August, 2021

Adult Congenital Heart Disease Study

The Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) study is led by the Louisiana Public Health Institute in partnership with Children’s National Hospital and seeks to establish a congenital heart disease (CHD) surveillance program through PCORnet to understand the impact of gaps in recommended care in CHD patients and create a cohort

The Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) study is led by the Louisiana Public Health Institute in partnership with Children’s National Hospital and seeks to establish a congenital heart disease (CHD) surveillance program through PCORnet to understand the impact of gaps in recommended care in CHD patients and create a cohort of patients of various CHD disease subtypes for prospective studies. Participating REACHnet sites include Ochsner Health and University of California at San Francisco.

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COVID-19 Citizen Science Study
24 August, 2021

COVID-19 Citizen Science Study

The COVID-19 Citizen Science Study is recruiting patients into a digital cohort of “COVID-19 Citizen Scientists,” gathering patient-reported data, and linking with electronic health records  to evaluate the impact of shelter-in-place policies and containment and mitigation strategies. The University of California at San Francisco is leading the study in partnership

The COVID-19 Citizen Science Study is recruiting patients into a digital cohort of “COVID-19 Citizen Scientists,” gathering patient-reported data, and linking with electronic health records  to evaluate the impact of shelter-in-place policies and containment and mitigation strategies. The University of California at San Francisco is leading the study in partnership with Louisiana Public Health Institute and REACHnet partner health systems Ochsner Health and Baylor Scott & White Health.

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HERO
24 August, 2021

HERO

The Healthcare Worker Exposure Response & Outcomes (HERO) study is a registry of over 45,000 healthcare workers nationwide. The study seeks to understand healthcare workers’ perspectives and experiences related to the COVID-19 pandemic by regularly collecting short surveys about current topics like vaccination, stress and burnout. The HERO Registry is

The Healthcare Worker Exposure Response & Outcomes (HERO) study is a registry of over 45,000 healthcare workers nationwide. The study seeks to understand healthcare workers’ perspectives and experiences related to the COVID-19 pandemic by regularly collecting short surveys about current topics like vaccination, stress and burnout. The HERO Registry is open to anyone in the U.S. who works in any kind of first responder or healthcare setting.

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Blood Pressure Control Lab
24 August, 2021

Blood Pressure Control Lab

The BP Control Lab, led by the University of California at San Francisco, involves three studies. The first describes blood pressure control in the United States using electronic health records from health systems across the country. The second compares blood pressure control between clinics that receive educational materials about blood

The BP Control Lab, led by the University of California at San Francisco, involves three studies. The first describes blood pressure control in the United States using electronic health records from health systems across the country. The second compares blood pressure control between clinics that receive educational materials about blood pressure control guidelines with or without extra support from a site facilitator, trained by the American Medical Association, to improve their clinic processes and monitor how well clinics are controlling blood pressure. The third compares blood pressure control between patients who receive a home blood pressure monitor with and without a smartphone app.

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Comparative Effectiveness of Pharmacogenomics for Treatment of Depression (CEPIO-D)
24 August, 2021

Comparative Effectiveness of Pharmacogenomics for Treatment of Depression (CEPIO-D)

CEPIO-D is a prospective randomized trial to compare the effectiveness of combinatorial PGx-guided treatment versus best-practice guideline concordant treatment on well-being and depression severity in patients with major depressive disorder. REACHnet’s partner health system, University Medical Center New Orleans, is participating.

CEPIO-D is a prospective randomized trial to compare the effectiveness of combinatorial PGx-guided treatment versus best-practice guideline concordant treatment on well-being and depression severity in patients with major depressive disorder. REACHnet’s partner health system, University Medical Center New Orleans, is participating.

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Louisiana Experiment Assessing Diabetes Outcomes (LEAD)
9 March, 2016

Louisiana Experiment Assessing Diabetes Outcomes (LEAD)

The LEAD Study is a prospective observational study examining the impacts of Medicare reimbursement for non-face-to-face chronic care management services on health outcomes among patients with type 2 diabetes. Tulane University is leading this project in collaboration with REACHnet partners in Louisiana.

The LEAD Study is a prospective observational study examining the impacts of Medicare reimbursement for non-face-to-face chronic care management services on health outcomes among patients with type 2 diabetes. Tulane University is leading this project in collaboration with REACHnet partners in Louisiana.

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ADAPTABLE
10 March, 2016

ADAPTABLE

ADAPTABLE is a clinical trial comparing the effectiveness of 81mg versus 325mg daily doses of aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke in people living with heart disease. Results are now available on the study website.

ADAPTABLE is a clinical trial comparing the effectiveness of 81mg versus 325mg daily doses of aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke in people living with heart disease. Results are now available on the study website.

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Opioid Rapid Cycle Research
24 August, 2021

Opioid Rapid Cycle Research

REACHnet led a rapid cycle project titled “Using PCORnet to Monitor Provider and Patient Risk Factors Related to the Opioid Epidemic” to create an opioid surveillance database and address current gaps in timely access to clinical data necessary for surveillance, prevention, and intervention. The database includes information from electronic health

REACHnet led a rapid cycle project titled “Using PCORnet to Monitor Provider and Patient Risk Factors Related to the Opioid Epidemic” to create an opioid surveillance database and address current gaps in timely access to clinical data necessary for surveillance, prevention, and intervention. The database includes information from electronic health records, insurance claims, state information about prescription medicines, results of drug tests, and information about people’s cause of death. Results and publications are available on the study page on PCORI’s website.

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PCORnet Bariatric Study
24 August, 2021

PCORnet Bariatric Study

The PCORnet Bariatric Study compared benefits and risks of the three most common bariatric surgery procedures—Roux-en-y gastric bypass, adjustable gastric banding, and sleeve gastrectomy. The observational study used electronic health record (EHR) data for over 65,000 patients from 41 participating healthcare organizations across the country. Data were collected through the

The PCORnet Bariatric Study compared benefits and risks of the three most common bariatric surgery procedures—Roux-en-y gastric bypass, adjustable gastric banding, and sleeve gastrectomy. The observational study used electronic health record (EHR) data for over 65,000 patients from 41 participating healthcare organizations across the country. Data were collected through the PCORnet distributed research infrastructure from several clinical research networks (CRNs), including REACHnet. Results and publications are available on the study page on PCORI’s website.

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PCORnet Antibiotics (ABX) Study
24 August, 2021

PCORnet Antibiotics (ABX) Study

The ABX Study examined the effects of antibiotic use in the first two years of life on body mass index (BMI) at ages 5 and 10 years and on growth trajectories to age 5. The observational study used electronic health record (EHR) data for over 362,000 patients from 35 participating

The ABX Study examined the effects of antibiotic use in the first two years of life on body mass index (BMI) at ages 5 and 10 years and on growth trajectories to age 5. The observational study used electronic health record (EHR) data for over 362,000 patients from 35 participating healthcare organizations nationwide. Data were collected through the PCORnet distributed research infrastructure from several clinical research networks (CRNs), including REACHnet. Results and publications are available on the study page on PCORI’s website.

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