August 30, 2011
The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), established under Obamacare, has asked the American public to comment on the Institute’s definition of “patient-centered outcomes research.”
DEADLINE – THIS Friday, September 2.
In short, PCORI’s definition is deceptive and leaves the public thinking that PCORI (pronounced “pee-CORE-ee”) is going to do great work. However, the definition is not patient-centered. It’s government-centered. Despite assertions to the contrary, the controversial “comparative effectiveness research” will be used by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to make insurance coverage decisions for all citizens.
Click HERE to make a statement or two on any one of the five questions or just use the space at Question #5 to make a general statement. Then press “Submit.”