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In Health Affairs, we share findings about how to generate value from EHR systems using machine learning applications—to improve safety, quality, and patient outcomes, while reducing the costs of care delivery. Sohn, E., Roski, J., Escaravage, S., & Maloy, K. (2017, May 9)
There are significant roadblocks in the way of widespread implementation of blockchain technology across the healthcare industry. This article in Blockchain in Healthcare Today discusses our blockchain solution, which has the power to connect providers while protecting sensitive data. Cyran, M. (2018, March)
Presented at the First Joint Workshop on AI in Health Organized as Part of the Federated AI Meeting, the authors propose that U.S. government regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the medical domain can adopt aspects of the models used to regulate medical providers as opposed to devices. Raff, E., Lantzy, S., & Maier, E. (2018, July)
Data sharing in healthcare can lead to scientific breakthroughs. This article in Nature describes the development of the Data and Specimen Hub (DASH) by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to promote data sharing from NICHD-funded studies and enable researchers to comply with NIH data sharing policies. Hazra, R., Tenney, S., Shlionskaya, A., Samavedam, R., Baxter, K., Ilekis, J., Weck, J., Willinger, M., Grave, G., Tsilou, K., & Songco, D. (2018, March)
The Military Health System participated in Partnership for Patients (PfP), a national effort from the Department of Health and Human Services to reduced preventable hospital acquired conditions. This research through the National Center for Biotechnology Information reviews results and lessons from his enterprise-wide patient safety initiative. King, H. B., Kesling, K., Birk, C., Walker, T., Taylor, H., Datena, M., Burgess, B., & Bower, L. (2017, March)
The incidence of Zika virus has declined since 2016, and there’s a greater likelihood of false positive test results along with limitations in knowing when the infection took place. This article in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report offers updated guidance for testing and screening pregnant women, using a balanced assessment of risks and expected outcomes. Oduyebo T, Polen KD, Walke HT, et al. (2017, July)
With limited literature on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), this research in the Journal of Neurotrauma addressed questions about the pathophysiological basis of CTE and its connection to blast- and non-blast-related head injury. It served to identify knowledge gaps and priority research areas in the future. Aldag, M., Dittmer, T., et al. (2017)
The Department of Defense created a brain bank and tissue repository system that would enable exploration of the relationship between chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) neuropathology, risk factors and clinical features. This article in the Journal of Neurotrauma demonstrates the benefits of optimized policies for brain and tissue collection, in order to achieve successful research outcomes. Sours, C., Sidney, H., McKee, A., Perl, D., & Leggieri, M. (2017, September)
100 known species of mosquitos transmit human diseases, but health care providers may not be familiar with certain of these diseases, or how they manifest in ocular pathology and vision loss. This article provides an overview of how mosquito-transmitted diseases lead to ocular manifestations, so providers can deliver diagnosis and treatment without a delay. Karesh, J., Mazzoli, R., Heintz, S. (2018, March)
This study in the National Center for Biotechnology Information aimed to identify exaggerated symptom reporting in active duty military service members who have mild TBI symptoms and comorbid psychological health conditions. The research compared the Validity-10 scale with the PAI Negative Impression Management Scale (PAI-NIM) through the data of 254 service members. Dretsch, M., Williams, K. Staver, T., Grammer, G., Bleiberg, J., DeGraba, T., Lange R. (2016, August)
This research in the National Center for Biotechnology Information offers comparison research about balance assessments to identify balance and mobility deficits in service members with mild traumatic brain injury and comorbid psychological health conditions (mTBI/PH). Pape, M., Williams, K., Kodosky, P., Dretsch, M. (2016, September-October)