In general, PCORI does not fund intervention costs, including, but not limited to, salary and time compensation for personnel that are delivering the intervention or playing a key role in it, as well as equipment and other material costs associated with delivery of the intervention. These are considered direct patient care costs, and PCORI expects these costs to be covered by the healthcare delivery system or another interested payer. PCORI encourages all applicants to find support from sites, payers, stakeholders, etc. in the payment or cost-sharing of the interventions.
Will PCORI pay for the cost of delivering interventions if they are not currently covered by insurance?
Have more questions? Submit a request