DCHI News and Announcements

Study of Wearable Monitors Funded Through Seed Grant

Shelley Hwang, MD, MPH, Mary and Deryl Hart Distinguished Professor of Surgery and Jessilyn Dunn, PhD, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering; Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, were among the recipients to receive funding from the inaugural Duke Science and Technology (DST) Launch Seed Grant Program. This team will use wearable devices to monitor up to 50 patients before and after surgery to track surgical recovery.

HL7's Hosting Podcast Series on Exploring Healthcare Interoperability

Ed Hammond, PhD, Duke University Clinical & Translational Science Institute and Diego Kaminker, Deputy Chief Standards Implementation Officer, explore Healthcare Interoperability through conversations with experts from around the world with guest expert Ron Parker. Listen to HL7's dynamic podcast series!


AMIA/HL7 FHIR Applications Competition until Aug 2

AMIA and HL7 are partnering again to bring an exciting application competition to the AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium, November 5 – November 9, in Washington, DC. AMIA 2022 is the place for you if you have to offer or are interested in innovative and practical software applications that use FHIR®! The application process is now open. Deadline: August 2, 2022

DCHI Presents Results from sIRB Study

Dr. Eric Eisenstein presented results at the AMIA Summit March 22, 2002 from research conducted in a Duke Center for Health Informatics pilot study.

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