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     The IU Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research (CHSOR) is an interdisciplinary IUPUI campus-wide center established to advance the science of give-btn.giftransforming the healthcare system, locally, regionally, and nationally. CHSOR’s nucleus of faculty researchers (MD and PhD), post-doctoral fellows, and multiple affiliated collaborators critically examine the complete picture of healthcare – from the level of the patient, care team, organization, medical community, and environment – to streamline the delivery of care and drive broad-scale adoption of changes to improve the health of patients.

     Philanthropic gifts to the IU Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research benefit the public by promoting important research, education, knowledge dissemination, and programs designed to translate health services research into improved clinical practice and patient outcomes. Donor support also provides a foundation for Center faculty to generate external grant funding, resulting in uninterrupted and productive research on crucial, high-impact patient care issues. Your gift will help fuel an understanding of health services research and its impact on the delivery of patient care. Gifts can be made payable to the Indiana University Foundation. Visit the Ways to Give page to review available and creative gifting options. To give now click the red and white button above or complete and mail a copy of the gift form [PDF - 97 KB].

     For more information about supporting the Indiana University Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research, please contact:

Michael Weiner
Director, Indiana University Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research
Associate Professor of Medicine, IU School of Medicine
317.274.9026


Kathryn Red
Indiana University School of Medicine
Office of Gift Development
317.274.3685 or 800.643.6975 

kred@iupui.edu    www.medgifts.iu.edu

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