Information technology is still fairly new and untested in health care, making experimentation, analysis and evaluation critically important. CHCF regularly conducts research and commissions surveys and reports on emerging technology trends and related policy and regulatory issues. Below are related publications.
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Diabetic retinopathy is a real-world problem that can benefit from a simulation-based solution. The Kaggle competition crowdsourced computer algorithms that read test results.
August 6, 2015
How to run a systematic, ongoing, and transparent mechanism for telling public data owners what's most valuable to Californians.
The exchange of behavioral health information is constrained by operational challenges and legal concerns. Manatt Health describes the regulatory framework for sharing such data in California.
June 23, 2015
Technologists, government officials, developers, community organizers, and passionate citizens converge to use state health data as a springboard to addressing many of California's biggest issues.
June 2, 2015
CHCF's president previews her June 17 presentation at the National Healthcare Innovation Summit about the start-ups the foundation has invested in and their potential to disrupt the health care status quo.
Held: March 16, 2015
CHCF invests in Seamless Medical Systems, whose software enables patients to enter demographics, clinical history, and more on an iPad, eliminating most paper forms.
Social and behavioral factors — such as exposure to violence or tobacco — affect health. An IOM report looks at how these data might be captured in EHRs and used in clinical care.
January 20, 2015
Accelerators aim to nurture health care entrepreneurs and startup companies until they can compete in the marketplace. To survive in a tough environment, they are starting to specialize.
Common visual cues, like a car speedometer, simplify the use of complicated machines. To ease the learning curve for electronic health records (EHR), CHCF supported the development of an interface style guide.
People who use cell phones, credit cards, websites, store coupons, and medical devices leave a trail of data that are often harnessed by third parties, sometimes without consumers' knowledge.
A Health Affairs article explores the value big data and clinical analytics could bring to health care, especially under payment reform.
Providers are now allowed to prescribe controlled substances electronically, but few do. CHCF sought to understand the challenges and barriers to doing so.
Held: May 28, 2014
Learn about SFGH's eReferral system, how it has been implemented at BWH and CHCI, and the benefits of and barriers to spreading this model.
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