Regenstrief Institute’s impact has been felt locally, nationally and globally — from the nation’s first critical care recovery program, to one of the largest and most complete statewide health information exchanges, worldwide data standards and HIT infrastructure in underserved areas. Institute research scientists and staff continue to connect and innovate to expand that impact and improve health and healthcare.
Regenstrief Investigators began working within AMPATH in 2004 to develop patient record keeping systems that both improved the quality of care delivered and measure the consortium’s overall progress and efficiency. The AMPATH medical record system (AMRS) is a centerpiece of AMPATH Informatics and is a cornerstone of the initiative.
According to the CDC, every 40 seconds someone suffers from a stroke, which is the 5th leading cause of death in this country. In the weeks, months, even years following a stroke, people may experience lingering paralysis, numbness or pain, speech or cognitive impairments, or depression. While some make a full recovery, others will have […]