Medical informatics research is a combination of information science, computers and healthcare delivery that looks for ways to improve methods of storing and retrieving information within a healthcare system. Better systems help to improve care by providing critical information to healthcare providers when needed in the care of patients.
A pragmatic, comparative effectiveness trial: obese Latino men will receive, by random assignment, the HOMBRE intervention or a minimal intensity intervention.
Investigator(s): Kristen M.J. Azar, R.N., BSN, MSN/MPH, Consulting Investigator, Lisa Goldman Rosas, Ph.D., MPH, Assistant Scientist
The goal of this study is to investigate the impact of Lean on provider work efficiency, system affordability, and patient experiences in primary care.
Investigator(s): Sukyung Chung, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist, Dorothy Hung, Ph.D., M.A., MPH, Associate Scientist, Su-Ying Liang, Ph.D., Research Economist, Harold (Hal) Luft, Ph.D., Director, PAMFRI
To examine how EHR data can expand understanding of breast cancer pathways--screening to dx and tx.
Investigator(s): Caroline A. Thompson, Ph.D., MPH, Consulting Investigator
Develop and test a tailored interactive multimedia computer program to be used by suicidal middle-aged men prior to primary care visits.
Investigator(s): Ming Tai-Seale, Ph.D., MPH, Associate Director