Connecting and Innovating for Better Health

We come from many disciplines and backgrounds, united by a vision of a world where better information empower people to end disease and realize true health.

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 health care for all people. We invite you to learn more about them, and how you can join us in revolutionizing care.

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April 17, 2018 • Announcements, News
Better education during childhood decreases risk of dementia in African Americans
INDIANAPOLIS – A newly published observational study from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University has found that increased levels of education, particularly for those who grew up in low-income rural areas, was significantly associated with the decrease in the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in older African Americans previously reported by the same research […]
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April 10, 2018 • News
Impact of Medicare Annual Wellness Visit on Detection of Cognitive Impairment Is Minimal
INDIANAPOLIS – In the first nationwide study to measure the effect of the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit on early identification of cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s disease, researchers from the Indiana University Center for Aging Research, Regenstrief Institute and IU Center for Health Innovation and Implementation Science found the visit has only minimal impact on […]
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April 9, 2018 • Announcements, News
Controlling blood pressure even when older can prevent dementia in African Americans
INDIANAPOLIS – Controlling blood pressure with any of the commonly prescribed antihypertensive medications can prevent dementia in older African-Americans with hypertension according to a new study from Regenstrief Institute researchers.   African Americans are especially at risk of both hypertension and dementia. The new study provides substantial evidence of significant reduction of risk of onset […]
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