Former US Representatives Phillip Gingrey, MD, and Tony Coelho discussed the creation, evolution, and impact of PCORI from their perspectives as influential Capitol Hill policy makers. As a physician, Gingrey understands well the vital importance of evidence in caring for patients. As a patient and advocate for people with disabilities, Coelho deeply values the critical roles that patient engagement and accounting for individual patient preferences play in research and care delivery.

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Speakers:

Tony Coelho
Former US Representative
California

Phillip Gingrey, MD
Former US Representative
Georgia

Moderator:

Sue Peschin, MHS
​President and Chief Executive Officer
Alliance for Aging Research
PCORI-funded Engagement Award

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