Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
Washington, District of Columbia
Carly Parry, PhD, MSW is a Senior Advisor in the Healthcare Delivery and Disparities Research program at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, where she leads the $130M Transitional Care Evidence to Action Network and co-leads the $40M AHRQ/PCORI career development program to train learning health systems researchers. Dr. Parry's expertise includes program development and leadership, health services research and delivery, dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practices, quality metric testing and development, and mixed methodologies (quantitative and qualitative). Dr. Parry earned a joint doctorate in Social Work and Sociology, and a master’s degree in social work from the University of Michigan.
Dr. Parry began her career as a community organizer in the non-profit arena, was an NIH pre-doctoral fellow, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado, and served concurrently as Dissemination and Training Leads for the nationally-recognized Care Transitions Program™ Dr. Parry subsequently served as a Program Director at the National Cancer Institute, and a Care Improvement Researcher for Kaiser Permanente Southern California, a $20B health system.
Dr. Parry served as a Technical Expert on the AHRQ-supported initiative Developing Workforce Competencies in the Learning Healthcare System, has served as an expert for NAM, a thought leader for cancer and chronic illness initiatives, and was lead architect for National Cancer Institute (NCI) funding opportunities on survivorship care, and developed a model of cancer survivorship care highlighted in a 2013 IOM Report. She currently leads an $130M initiative to highlight and leverage PCORI’s transitional care research portfolio. Dr. Parry's work is published in peer-reviewed journals, the Handbook of Oncology Social Work, blogs, and commentaries.
Monday, September 27, 2021
3:10 PM – 4:25 PM ET