Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s are aggregating medical data to provide youth in foster care and their caregivers with better access to health records—and the chance to take control of their own well-being. For foster care youth, successful health outcomes depend
Jesse Hansen, MD, now a clinical cardiology fellow in the Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, participated last year in the first-ever clinical informatics research rotation for residents offered by the Division of Biomedical Informatics. Hansen just published the
Diversity is our greatest strength: An invitation to participate! We passionately believe that diversity and inclusion are critical to advancing science. Diversity of thought creates the best ideas that can be incubated, grown, tested and expanded in many directions. We also
Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s have launched a new mobile app that serves as a one-stop shop for parents of children with cancer. The app, currently being tested as part of a clinical trial, gathers data from the electronic health record
A project designed to use iPads to help children who are deaf or hard of hearing improve their language skills was recently featured in a news report on local station WKRC Cincinnati 12. A research IT team in the Division of Biomedical Informatics supports the technology used in this important study.
The strength of the rich IT environment at Cincinnati Children’s and its accomplishments in adopting electronic medical records for use in improving patient care were recognized at a February event during the annual conference of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) held in Orlando, FL.
In recognition of his excellence over the last nine years at transforming the research computing environment at Cincinnati Children’s, Michal Kouril, PhD, an assistant professor in the Division of Biomedical Informatics, has won the Service Achievement Award from the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation for 2017.