Suzanne Schrandt
Deputy Director of Patient Engagement, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute

About Me

Suzanne Schrandt, JD, is the Deputy Director of Patient Engagement at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). She is responsible for supporting the Director of Patient Engagement in creating networks and engaging patients across the nation to provide broad-based input on the development and execution of PCORI’s research.

Schrandt has been involved in patient education and advocacy since being diagnosed with a form of rheumatoid arthritis as a teenager. For more than 15 years, she has advocated on behalf of children and adults with arthritis and has been engaged in numerous patient and provider education initiatives aimed at increasing early diagnosis and appropriate, patient-centered management of chronic disease.

Before coming to PCORI, Schrandt served as the health reform strategy team leader for the Kansas Health Institute, where she educated the state's policymakers, providers, and consumers on the implications of the Affordable Care Act. While there, Schrandt also led the Kansas Legislative Health Academy, an intensive educational experience for select Kansas legislators. Schrandt also previously served as the Coordinator of Public Health and Public Policy for the Arthritis Foundation in Kansas City and as a Research Associate for a Human Genome Research Institute Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues project.

Schrandt is a member of the Kansas Bar and the American Health Lawyers Association.

At Medicine X 2015

Saturday, September 6 9:20 am (LK 304)
Workshop: The PCORI Engagement Rubric
In this session for both researchers and patients,  leaders from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will share how their Engagement Rubric helps them connect with the patient community.... Read more
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