Large Scale Medical Informatics for Patient Care Coordination and Engagement

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Clifford Gari Principal Investigator
Gari Clifford,
interim chair, biomedical informatics,
Emory University
Chris Rozell Co-PI
Christopher Rozell,
Georgia Tech
Herman Taylor Co-PI
Herman Taylor,
Morehouse School of Medicine
Indranil Bardhan Co-PI
Indranil Bardhan,
University of Texas at Dallas
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Donald Adjeroh,
West Virginia University
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Ahmed Abbasi,
University of Virginia
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Nitin Agarwal,
University of Arkansas


Amount: $1 million over three years
 

This project brings together six universities to design and construct a patient-focused and personalized health system that addresses the fractured nature of healthcare information and the lack of engagement of individuals in their own healthcare. By taking advantage of the enormous amount of information generated by real-time, mobile and wearable devices and the availability of rich social media data on patient behavior, the team will create a comprehensive picture of patient health and a tool to help manage patients’ engagement with their healthcare providers. As its first pilot, the researchers will focus on African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. More Information

 

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