The national study co-authored by researchers at Indianapolis-based Regenstrief Institute and other agencies across the country was designed to gauge the effectiveness and durability of the third and fourth doses of COVID vaccine boosters.
The partners will utilize the Indiana Network for Patient Care, which was created by Regenstrief and is managed by the Indiana Health Information Exchange, to mine data from electronic health records.
The not-for-profit and its health research are a testament to the idea that all innovation is related—even when the connection appears tenuous at first glance.
Protocols for whom and how often to test those re-entering the workforce will be important.
Researchers at Indiana University and the Regenstrief Institute are measuring whether a virtual walk on the beach could help prevent cognitive issues faced by patients who spend time on a mechanical ventilation machine in the intensive care unit.
The startup, founded by serial entrepreneur Don Brown, has hashed out a deal that it gives it access to a broad range of intellectual property.
Purdue University’s Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering will get another $10 million from the Indianapolis-based Regenstrief Foundation, keeping its research going through 2018.
The great results Regenstrief Institute has produced over the years in studies at Indianapolis’ Wishard Memorial Hospital have not held up when conducted in a wider variety of settings.
The Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Indiana Health Information Exchange are going to work to make
their medical record systems talk to each other in a pilot project spearheaded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Patients seen at private facilities reimbursed by Medicare were 5-1/2 times more likely to receive routine cataract surgery
than patients at Veterans Affairs facilities, according to a new study.
The Indiana Network for Patient Care announced Tuesday that Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, Ind., has joined 40 other
hospitals and clinics that are part of an online network that handles one of the nation's highest volume of health information
UnitedHealthcare has become the second health insurer to join Quality Health First, a pay-for-performance program operated
by the Indiana Health Information Exchange, the exchange announced Tuesday.
The Indianapolis-based Indiana Health Information Exchange today began sharing electronic medical records with two similar
organizations across a multi-regional network, the group announced this morning.
The stimulus bill has prompted Indiana businesses and not-for-profits that deal in medical records to look for partners to
help them meet the challenge of making those records electronic in five years.