The overarching objective of the RWJF award is to design, build, test, and evaluate the health information technology (HIT) systems and care processes required to implement the feed-forward coproduction components of a registry-supported care and learning system beginning with cystic fibrosis (CF). Key components include: 1) feed-forward patient data and clinical data for use at point of care; 2) development of “dashboards” that can be used by patients and by clinicians to guide care decisions and tracking of treatments and outcomes; and, 3) feeding the patient reported and clinical data into the CFF registry.
|Effective start/end date||11/1/15 → 6/15/18|
- Dartmouth College (R812//72313)
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (R812//72313)
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