These are the things all of us at Regenstrief Institute bring on a mission that has no end – to create pathways for better health.

We come from many disciplines and backgrounds, united by a vision of a connected, efficient healthcare system which brings the latest advancements and discoveries to every care setting, every patient, everywhere.

Building tools and infrastructure, creating care models, and sharing and enabling research are the ways our dedicated faculty investigators and staff express our commitment to improving the lives of patients. It is the stories of those lives which fuel our pursuit of the best possible healthcare for all people. We invite you to learn more about them, and how you can join us in revolutionizing care.

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November 22, 2016 • News
Incoming Regenstrief Institute president Embi named chair-elect of AMIA board of directors
INDIANAPOLIS — Peter J. Embi, MD, MS, who joins the Regenstrief Institute as president and CEO on December 15, has been selected as the chair-elect of the board of directors of the American Medical Informatics Association, the largest international professional biomedical and health informatics association. The four-year term includes a one-year term as chair-elect, two […]
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November 21, 2016 • News
Study finds occupational therapy unable to delay Alzheimer’s patients’ functional decline
INDIANAPOLIS – In the first study to investigate whether two years of in-home occupational therapy might help those with Alzheimer’s disease delay the loss of their physical function, researchers from the Indiana Center for Aging Research and the Regenstrief Institute have found that occupational therapy tailored to the individual patient’s needs did not delay the […]
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November 14, 2016 • News
Ensuring medical care is consistent with patient goals
INDIANAPOLIS – It can be challenging to determine whether the medical care provided in a hospital or nursing home is consistent with the preferences of the patient and family as indicated in the patient’s advance planning documents. Currently nearly a quarter of hospitalized older Americans are unable to make end-of-life decisions for themselves. In the […]
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