Center for Outcomes Research

The Center for Outcomes Research (COR) was established in December 2016 to generate evidence that optimizes care and outcomes, particularly for vulnerable populations. Our research uses epidemiology and biostatistics to address outcomes, health disparities, and dissemination and implementation in four topical areas: cancer, diabetes, infectious diseases (e.g. HIV and Hepatitis C), and maternal and child health. For more information about our team, click “Our Team.”

About JPS Health Network

JPS Health Network, the publicly funded healthcare system for Tarrant County, has supported healthier and better lives in North Texas for more than a century. The network’s more than 6,500 team members deliver high quality and compassionate care for more than 1.2 million patient encounters annually

JPS Health Network Highlights

  • Community’s largest teaching hospital with 18 clinical residency and fellowship programs
  • 573 licensed beds
  • More than 40 satellite and school-based health centers
  • Tarrant County’s only Level 1 Trauma Center
  • Correctional health provides more than 60,000 patient encounters annually
  • More than 44,000 patients enrolled in JPS Connection program, the network’s financial assistance program for qualified Tarrant County residents