The funding for the Sentinel Initiative includes establishing an innovation center, to be led by Harvard Pilgrim in partnership with KPWHRI and others.
KPWRHI’s Dr. Gregory Simon will work with scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine to test a novel algorithm to assess risk of self-harm.
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Led by KPWHRI scientists, the study, “Predicting Suicide Attempts and Suicide Death Following Outpatient Visits Using Electronic Health Records,” aims to target those who need interventions most.
Improving long-standing problems of access in the digital age requires a critical look at today’s electronic health record, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson.
National study by eMERGE researchers—including Drs. David Carrell and Eric B. Larson—compares genetic data to electronic health records.
Unlike traditional randomized controlled trials—which collect data on carefully selected populations under ideal conditions—pragmatic clinical trials take place in everyday settings and take advantage of existing data sources, such as electronic health records (EHRs). These methods will take center stage this September at the First Seattle Symposium on Health Care Data Analytics.