CORE’s 11,000-square foot office is in close proximity to the Yale School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Hospital.
The Center for Outcomes Research & Evaluation (CORE) is a leading national outcomes research center working on select projects designed to assess healthcare quality and evaluate clinical decision making and comparative effectiveness of specific healthcare interventions. Our mission is to improve health and health care through targeted research and evaluation projects that combine scholarship and service to have a positive impact on policy and people’s lives.
CORE In the News
“In China, doctors are overestimating the severity of coronary stenosis”
NPR News - November 2017
"With Stricter Guidelines, Do You Have High Blood Pressure Now?"
MAP Newsletter - October 2017
"Embracing Change in Medical Publishing: The Open Pharma Project"
YaleNews - October 2017
"Yale experts selected to conduct medical device surveillance research"
Science - September 2017
"Plan for new medical preprint server receives a mixed response"
CardioBrief - August 2017
"CANTOS Validates Role Of Inflammation In Heart Disease"
Medpage Today - August 2017
"CardioBrief: HF Patients Underestimate How Sick They Are"
CardioBrief - July 2017
"CardioBrief: How Statins Drive Some People Crazy"
Business Wire - July 2017
"National Evaluation System for health Technology Coordinating Center (NESTcc) Selects Inaugural Governing Committee"
NPR - July 2017
"Pushing Hospitals To Reduce Readmissions Hasn't Increased Deaths"