The first article in the 2017 Yearbook of Medical Informatics is "Toward an Information Infrastructure for Global Health Improvement" by Charles P. Friedman, PhD, Chair of the Department of Learning Health Sciences, Joshua C. Rubin, JD, MBA, MPP, MPH, Learning Health System Initiatives along with Kevin J. Sullivan, PhD, an associate professor in the University of Virginia Department of Computer Science.
Bioethicist and sociologist Raymond De Vries, PhD presents a deeper look into the history of Trust in medicine for the The Trust Project at Northwestern University.
Recently Karandeep Singh, M.D., MMSc, Clinical Assistant Professor, Learning Health Sciences was among nine recipients of the 2016 U-M Endowment for Basic Sciences Teaching Award.
In January 2017 the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ABPMR) elected R. Van Harrison, PhD to be a board member and an advocate for the public on the previously all-physiatrist board.
Joshua Rubin, JD, MBA, MPP, MPH, Program Officer for Learning Health System Initiatives at the University of Michigan Medical School Department of Learning Health Sciences emphasizes collaboration in the new HIMSS HIE inPractice FEATURE.
Yesterday the National Association for Trusted Exchange (NATE) honored Joshua C. Rubin JD, MBA, MPP, MPH, Program Officer of Learning Health System Initiatives with their inaugural Champions of Consumer Access award for his contribution in easing the burden of records access on consumers and their caregivers.
The Michigan Center for Health Analytics & Medical Prediction (M-CHAMP) was awarded funding for data science research by the Michigan Institute for Data Science (MIDAS).
The initial six articles of Learning Health Systems were compiled as the journal's first official issue on January 19, 2017.
The second cohort of U-M Interprofessional Leadership Fellows includes Department of Learning Health Sciences joint faculty member, Nancy Allee, MLS, MPH.
Dr. Karandeep Singh's review of patient-facing health app studies is e-published in JMIR mHealth and uHealth
In his paper "Patient-Facing Mobile Apps to Treat High-Need, High-Cost Populations: A Scoping Review" in the Oct-Dec 2016 JMIR mHealth and uHealth Dr. Singh describes health apps for high-need high-cost populations in the reviewed literature are largely unavailable to the public and these reviews have a high potential for conflict of interest.