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March 14, 2017 • News
March 14, 2017 • News
IU Center for Aging Research develops novel ICU delirium severity assessment tool
INDIANAPOLIS — Millions of intensive care unit patients in the United States experience delirium, an acute brain failure resulting in confusion and long-term memory problems. Researchers from the Indiana University Center for Aging Research have developed and validated a novel easy-to-administer tool to score and track delirium severity in the ICU, enabling clinicians to make […]
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February 21, 2017 • News
February 21, 2017 • News
Critical Care Recovery Center model receives national recognition for innovation
INDIANAPOLIS — The Critical Care Recovery Center, or CCRC, model developed and tested by the Indiana University Center for Aging Research, the Regenstrief Institute and Eskenazi Health has received the 2017 THRIVE Innovation Award from the Society of Critical Care Medicine. The honor recognizes the nation’s first collaborative care concept targeting the extensive cognitive, physical […]
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February 21, 2017 • News
February 21, 2017 • News
Regenstrief Institute and Health Catalyst Team to Reveal Hidden Meaning in Clinical Data for Better Patient Care
Partnership commercializes validated research and world-renowned expertise to extract clinical insights from text records ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — From the floor of the HIMSS17 Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, Health Catalyst and the Regenstrief Institute announced today an agreement to bring Regenstrief’s artificial intelligence-powered text analytics technology out of the lab and into healthcare […]
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February 09, 2017 • News
February 09, 2017 • News
New $3.2 million NIH grant supports nation’s first mobile post-ICU recovery program
INDIANAPOLIS — Two million of the five million Americans admitted to intensive care units annually have or develop acute respiratory failure, predisposing them to long-term cognitive, functional and psychological impairments collectively known as post-intensive care syndrome. A new $3.2 million grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute funds the development and evaluation of […]
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February 02, 2017 • News
February 02, 2017 • News
Online video blogs (a.k.a. vlogs) as tools for patient engagement: Is seeing engaging?
INDIANAPOLIS – Online patient video journals or blogs–called vlogs–chronicling the good, the bad and the ugly of a specific medical condition can help both physicians and their patients, says Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research investigator Joy L. Lee, PhD, corresponding author of “Seeing is Engaging: Vlogs as a […]
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