Our PerspectiveAt the DCRI, we use knowledge gained from our clinical research to transform patient care. By sharing our perspective, our thought leaders advance the conversation around cutting-edge research in a variety of therapeutic areas and health care trends. We invite you to learn more about our perspective by exploring the areas in which the DCRI is leading the way.
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The NIDDK has awarded an additional $1.3 million over three years to Chuck Scales, MD, and Hussein Al-Khalidi, PhD, to support the Prevention of Urinary Stones with Hydration (PUSH) trial.
"I think it extends our reach. When we partner with the people who are putting out these databases, we have a seat at the table."
Wruck sees great opportunities to innovate clinical trials through the usage of electronic health record (EHR) data.
Research by DCRI Fellow Angela Lowenstern, MD, concludes that Medicare data can be used as a sufficient indicator for clinical event occurrences, which has the potential to reduce costs.
"We're very hopeful that if we can use these machine learning technologies on electronic health care records, we can actually optimize how doctors are treating patients."
Carlson shares insights on how to leverage machine learning to improve clinical research and health care delivery.