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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March 23, 2017
Study compares hospice care in nursing homes, assisted living facilities and patient homes
INDIANAPOLIS — A new study from the Indiana University Center for Aging Research and the Regenstrief Institute has found only minimal differences in the intensity of hospice services provided in nursing homes as compared to hospice services provided to patients in assisted living facilities or their homes. However the mix of services did vary by […]
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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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March 7, 2017 • Announcements
OPTIMISTIC improves care by avoiding unnecessary hospital stays for nursing home residents
INDIANAPOLIS – The OPTIMISTIC model of care, an innovative program developed and implemented by clinician-researchers to prevent unnecessary hospitalizations of long-stay nursing home residents reduced hospitalizations for diagnoses considered potentially avoidable by nearly 40 percent and total hospitalizations by 25 percent according to a study published in the March issue of the journal Health Affairs. […]
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