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Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health Information Technology

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Industry Partners:

CPHIT maintains ongoing dialogue and relationships with leaders from every sector involved with Health Information Technology today.  Organizations and business, both public and private, work with CPHIT to learn best practices, share resources and talent, advance research, and disseminate products and findings. We are always looking for new ways to collaborate with leading organizations who have shown their commitment to advancing the field of Population Health IT.  If interested in collaborating with us or learning more please contact the Center Coordinator.

 

Data Partners:

CPHIT is dedicated to exploring the use of new digital data sources for population health.  We have partnered with a number of integrated delivery systems and other organizations to explore how different types of data can be used in population health.  We are constantly interested in collaborating and exploring how new types of data sources can be used to improve predictive modeling, decision support tools, and other population health outcomes.  If interested in exploring data sharing opportunities please contact the Center Coordinator.  

Research Partners:

CPHIT has successfully partnered with many other organizations both private and public to enhance our research agenda.  We have collaborated with individuals from the Veteran Health Administration (VAH), the Applied Physics Lab (APL), Kaiser, and others on specific research projects.  Collaborators can participate in research design, analysis, and manuscript development.  We are happy to discuss future collaboration in multiple ways, especially with individuals and organizations who are committed to advancing the field of population health IT.  If you have a project that could benefit with some expertise from CPHIT researchers, or interested in exploring other research opportunities please contact the Center Coordinator.