ECRI Evidence-based Medicine
ECRI, designated an Evidence-based Practice Center (EPC) with Penn Medicine, conducts research reviews for the Effective Health Care (EHC) Program. As one of nine EPCs, we provide a variety of services, including evidence reports and assessments on medical technologies and health policy issues.
Our team of experts provides trusted guidance and consulting on new and emerging medical technologies, procedures, genetic tests, and clinical practice guidelines. We track technologies and services still in development and forecast what may impact healthcare in the future.
Systematic Evidence Assessment
Make informed clinical and coverage decisions with our evidence-based research. Evaluate the safety and efficacy of new healthcare innovations to guide value analysis and implementation decisions.
Clinical Evidence Assessment
Unbiased evidence analysis equals better decisions on new, emerging, and existing technologies
ECRI-Penn Medicine Evidence-based Practice Center
Provide systematic literature review to promote dissemination of research evidence to improve healthcare practices
Genetic Test Assessment
Make more confident decisions on genetic and genomic tests with data-driven guidance
ECRI’s Horizon Scanning services have been keeping up with new and emerging technologies, procedures, treatment models, and care delivery to help define the future of healthcare
Clinical Guidelines and Measures
Improve patient outcomes with guideline services, systematic reviews, literature searches, and clinical decision support.
ECRI's Evidence-based Practice Center offers customized support on medical technologies, guidelines, and health policy issues—all backed by systematic, evidence-based research to support your coverage policies, clinical protocols, and quality measures. We work with medical specialty societies, guideline developers, health systems, payers, and government agencies.