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What matters to you?

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-
Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in
South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award, Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and
key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered
research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations,
and public health systems.

Knowledge sharing champions

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-
Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in
South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award, Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and
key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered
research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations,
and public health systems.

Engaging health payers

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-
Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in
South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award, Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and
key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered
research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations,
and public health systems.

Comprehensive Report

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award, Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations, and public health systems.

Comprehensive Report Executive Summary

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award, Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations, and public health systems.

Engaging the community voice/building the patient-centered partnership

In 2015, Methodist Healthcare Ministries was awarded the Eugene Washington PCORI (Patient-
Centered Outcomes Research Institute) Engagement Award to implement a project titled Advancing Health in
South Texas Engagement Series. Through this award Methodist Healthcare Ministries convened patients and
key stakeholders across a 20-county area to develop a coordinated regional approach for patient-centered
research and evaluation among university systems, academic institutions, managed care organizations,
and public health systems.

What Matters to You Summary Report

The What Matters to You? (February 2016) series consisted of six, two-hour focus groups in Cameron, Hidalgo, Jim Wells, Nueces, Webb and Zavala counties. These sessions solicited community feedback to frame and shape conversations among academic institutions, managed care organizations, and public health systems. The sessions gathered valuable patient feedback regarding what patients identify and define as important health issues for their communities.

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