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Comparing Two Ways to Admit Children to Hospitals

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic^
| New Hampshire
JoAnna Leyenaar, MD, MPH, MS
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Comparing Two Ways to Help Patients with Sickle Cell Disease Manage Pain -- The CaRISMA Study

University of Pittsburgh
| Pennsylvania
Charles Jonassaint, PhD, MHS
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Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®
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Comparing Two Ways for Hospitals to Help Patients Recover During and After Stroke

Vanderbilt University Medical Center
| Tennessee
Kenneth Gaines, MD, MBA
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Comparing Two Ways to Help Hispanic Patients Manage Type 2 Diabetes

Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
| New York
Renee Pekmezaris, PhD
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In progress; Data collected
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Comparing Two Ways to Provide Treatment for Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder

Trustees of Dartmouth College
| New Hampshire
Sarah Lord, PhD
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In progress; Data collected
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Comparing Home- Versus Clinic-Based Phototherapy for the Treatment of Psoriasis -- The LITE Study

University of Pennsylvania
| Pennsylvania
Joel Mitchell Gelfand, MD, MS
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Comparing Two Ways to Provide Palliative Care to Older Adults with Serious Illness

New York University School of Medicine
| New York
Keith S. Goldfeld, DrPH
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In progress; Data collected
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Comparing Approaches to Advance Care Planning for Patients with Advanced Illness

Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles
| California
Neil S. Wenger MD, MPH
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In progress; Data collected
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Research, Research Conducted Using PCORnet®

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