Improved Experience of Care
Empowering patients to better manage their own care … And lowering the data-collection burden on clinicians so they can focus more time on patient engagement for better outcomes.
Engaging patients in the management of chronic care in rural areas. This HIMSS18 presentation by session by Kristina Sheridan and Luz Mahecha-Martinez from MITRE provides a discussion of the potential barriers to adopt patient-facing tools in rural health centers, the value of conducting usability tests to mitigate these barriers, and a discussion of clinical studies needed to evaluate the impact of these tools.
Experts from Johns Hopkins University and MITRE discuss new research and technology. A HIMSS18 presentation by Jay Schnitzer, MD, MITRE, Sybil Klaus, MD, MITRE, and James Fackler (Johns Hopkins).
Watch how Kristina Sheridan identifies and evaluates methods to empower patients with chronic illnesses to better manage their care and to fully engage with providers to improve their health outcomes.
MITRE’s Andre Quina shares early findings from research with healthcare providers to capture high quality health data from clinical notes as part of routine care to reduce burden and improve patient care.
MITRE’s Dr. Sarah Corley and Dr. Sybil Klaus discuss the research and initiatives under way to turn data into knowledge for healthcare providers, including using predictive analytics to identify risk factors and how to improve patient outcomes through a...
MITRE researchers have developed a powerful analytical tool to predict and identify prescription drug fraud schemes involving patients, prescribers, and pharmacies. The system shows promise for state and federal government efforts to combat opioid abuse.
What does sharing aviation safety data have to do with creating a safer world for kids in the child welfare system? MITRE’s Executive Director, Population Health and Well-being, Dr. Mark Thomas and MITRE’s Department Chief Engineer and Lead Data Scientist Chris Teixeira saw a common data problem and made the connection. Watch their call to action.
Traditionally, America’s healthcare system rewards quantity over quality of care. The Learning Action Network is a public-private partnership committed to a healthcare system that delivers better care, spends dollars more wisely, and results in healthier people.
The way physicians, hospitals, and other health care professionals are paid influences patient care because payment methods affect business models that clinicians and health care facilities use to prioritize investments, establish infrastructure, and design care processes.
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By working through these challenges together across government, public and private entities, and academia, we can solve problems for a safer world.