Latest CORI News
May 28, 2014 – NIDDK Central Repository
CORI will be contributing data from its National Endoscopic Database (NED) to the NIDDK Central Repository. More...
April 28, 2014 – Recent CORI Publications
Lieberman DA, Williams JL, Holub JL, Morris CD, Logan JR, Eisen GM, Carney P. Race, Ethnicity, and Sex Affect Risk for Polyps Greater than 9 mm in Average-risk Individuals. More...
The Clinical Outcomes Research Initiative team is very pleased to announce that the support of the CORI v4 Endoscopy Reporting Software (CORI) has not ended as previously communicated by OHSU/CORI. After an extensive search, the Clinical Outcomes Research Initiative has found a partner, the Baker Group (BG) based in Portland, OR, who will continue to support, service, maintenance and development of CORI as a viable clinical tool for your practice. BG has formed a Delaware C-Corp – CORI2 to continue to support the current software and provide future enhancements under the CORI2 entity. Please note that BG and OHSU are the current shareholders of CORI2. CORI2 has exclusively licensed the CORI software for commercial applications to advance the CORI software such that there is a continued viability of the product. A product that will maintain and enhance the high level of quality that you have experienced over the life of CORI. The CORI2 Team would like to share these key points:
- The CORI v4 application will continue to be supported.
- Peter Kearns, who has been the key support contact with CORI since 2011, has joined CORI2 and you can continue to reach Peter at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 1.888-RUN-CORI or 1.888.786.2674
- Dr. David Lieberman and Dr. Judy Logan will be working closely with CORI2 on implementing a seamless transition in support of our installed base.
Representatives from CORI2 will contact you in the coming weeks to introduce themselves and discuss the user fee structure going forward. As always we are here to answer any questions you may have.