Through practice-based research and dissemination of evidence, the Center for Health Care Organizational and Innovation Research (CHOIR) aspires to help make the U.S. healthcare system among the most responsive in the world, characterized by high quality, efficient, and patient-centered care. CHOIR conducts studies of the organization and delivery of health services in order to improve the effectiveness of care. It emphasizes innovations in health care delivery and assessment of organizational performance to improve the technical quality of care delivered, patient experience and outcomes of care, population health, and cost. CHOIR works to maximize its “voice” and impact through publications, presentations at conferences, roundtables, meetings, webinars, media contacts, and discussions with private and public sector action/thought leaders.
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