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What does PIPC stand for?

PIPC stands for Partnership to Improve Patient Care (Washington, DC)


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About PIPC The Partnership to Improve Patient Care was formed in November 2008 to support proposals to expand the government's role in comparative effectiveness research that are centered on patient and provider needs; raise awareness about the value of well-designed CER; and promote the important role of continued medical innovation as part of the solution to cost and quality challenges in health care.
By talking to frontline staff in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, people can find out first-hand about NHS services locally, how we are working in partnership to improve patient care and how they can help us to deliver a fast, effective service.
WASHINGTON -- Kathleen Teixeira from the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) spoke on behalf of the Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) yesterday at a meeting of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute's (PCORI) Board of Governors in Washington, D.
About PIPC The Partnership to Improve Patient Care was formed in November 2008 to support proposals to expand the government's role in comparative effectiveness research that are centered on patient and provider needs; raise awareness about the value of well-designed CER; and promote the important role of continued medical innovation as part of the solution to cost and quality challenges in health care.
LOUIS -- Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) steering committee member Andrew Sperling spoke before the Patient Centered Outcomes and Research Institute's (PCORI) Board of Governors at their meeting in St.
About PIPC The Partnership to Improve Patient Care was formed in November 2008 to support proposals to expand the government's role in comparative effectiveness research that are centered on patient and provider needs; raise awareness about the value of well-designed CER; and promote the important role of continued medical innovation as part of the solution to cost and quality challenges in health care.
WASHINGTON -- The Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) today released a white paper that defines a "Procedural Framework for the Conduct of Comparative Effectiveness Research.
WASHINGTON, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Partnership to Improve Patient Care (PIPC) Chairman Tony Coelho today presented before the Board of Governors of the Patient Centered Outcomes and Research Institute (PCORI) in New York City, commending PCORI for its progress to date and recommending next steps to advance patient-centeredness in comparative effectiveness research (CER).