Creating a Learning Health System
Connecting clinical and real-world data to empower patients and speed new cures.
Harmonizing Data and Facilitating Its Use Across Entities to Advance the Learning Health Care System
The promises of a learning health system are endless. Intelligent automation could reduce clinician burden. Clinical decision support systems may lead providers and patients to the best treatment option. Major federal initiatives are focused on putting the...
Highlighting research presented at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting (ARM) in June 2018, Rebecca Bruno points in this blog post to solutions for addressing social determinants of health and improving health outcomes and reduced costs of care for...
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.
Using mobile health assessments to improve outcomes for individuals with chronic neurological conditions
A Datapalooza18 presentation by Elizabeth Brokaw, Michael Fine, and Tony Donadio from MITRE and Sahana Kukke from The Catholic University of America.
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.
In this HIMSS18 presentation Gail Hamilton, MITRE and Thomas Novak, HHS discuss how health interoperability is key for improving care coordination, efficiency, and reducing physician burden.
CDS Connect is an AHRQ-sponsored project to collect, build, store and make available a wide range of Clinical Decision Support (CDS) artifacts in both human-readable and computable forms. This HIMSS18 presentation led by Rob McCready, MITRE and Edwin Lomotan, MD, AHRQ demonstrates the CDS Connect Repository.
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