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What do you mean by the phrase “non-usual suspects,” as it relates to potential applicant organizations?

The “non-usual suspects” are organizations that have not traditionally engaged in health research. They may be consumer and community-based organizations, health providers/systems, payers/purchasers, industry representatives, or policy makers primarily focused on patient and/or caregiver populations. We are looking to expand research involvement to include the communities in which patients live, work, and play to ensure that we are focusing on relevant issues.

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