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"MITRE is collaborating with ASCO, CancerLinQ, and other clinical experts to develop mCODE (Minimal Common Oncology Data Elements). mCODE models a standard set of interoperable data that will be collected for every cancer patient, with the objective of substantially...
"A domestic violence analysis shows how using multiple data sources for an urban community in Virginia identified previously undiscovered populations at-risk to enable improved public health interventions. Based on risk factor estimates, actionable "heat maps" of high...
Andre Quina, Principal Investigator, Electronic Health Records, explains what's next for mCODE.
Andre Quina, Principal Investigator, Electronic Health Records, explains mCODE - the minimal common oncology data element.
Connect with us at HIMSS19 and learn about: The mCODE model Progress on an operational pilot of mCODE at Intermountain Healthcare National mCODE Summit planned for September 2019 mCODE-related Events at HIMSS12:00pm – 12:30pm The mCODE Project: Improving Cancer Care...
The importance of ethical standards for consumer-generated data use in healthcare was a hot topic at AcademyHealth's recent 2018 Health Datapalooza conference. In this blog post in partnership with AcademyHealth, MITRE’s Jessica Skopac and Susan...
Kim Warren highlights four areas where the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the health industry could have high impact on expanding patient access to data.
Greg Quinn and Andrew Quina from MITRE demonstrate in this HIMSS18 presentation an open source application to empower clinicians to author clinical notes while simultaneously enabling low burden collection of structured clinical data.
The most critical member of the care team, the patient, is being left out. Hear insights from this HIMSS18 video presentation by Kristina Sheridan, MS, Principal Investigator and Researcher Patient Empowerment, MITRE, and Kate Sheridan, Student, George Mason University about managing pediatric chronic conditions, the value of patient-generated data, and an update of the patient empowerment research that was inspired by their experience.
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