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Help Support UT’s CONNECT Students Tackle the Data Challenges of Tomorrow
CONNECT is a signature student consulting program of the LBJ School’s RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service that connects talented UT Austin graduate students with nonprofit organizations tackling complex data and program evaluation challenges. Join us in supporting graduate
Watch the Latest Gravity Project Affinity Group Presentation on FHIRedSHIP
On March 30, 2023, Eliel de Oliveira and Vishal Abrol presented to the ONC SDOH Exchange Forum and Affinity Group on the Gravity Project Pilot (FHIRed-SHIP) results. The presentation provided pilot background, Gravity Standards and technologies used, accomplishments, lessons learned, and a general overview of the pilot’s successes and challenges. Watch the presentation on YouTube: Watch Now Visit here to join the Gravity Project Affinity Group meetings as an observer or participant: Sign Up
FHIRed-SHIP: An approach to Health Equity by Design for 21st Century Healthcare
The FHIRed-SHIP project was highlighted in the ONC blog, HealthITbuzz: The Latest on Health IT from ONC. The blog post is titled “FHIRED-SHIP: An Approach to Health Equity by Design for 21st Century Healthcare” and describes our team’s work toward building a cohesive ecosystem of patient-centered and provider-centered data sharing, messaging, and visualization tools.
ONC’s Social Determinants of Health Information Exchange Learning Forum
On February 23, 2023, Eliel de Oliveira and Vidya Lakshminarayanan were invited to present their work on Community Level Governance at the ONC Social Determinants of Health (SHOH) Information Exchange Learning Forum, which brings together healthcare providers, community-based organizations, government, payers, health information exchange networks, IT platform developers, innovators, and other partners to share lessons learned, promising practices, and challenges related to exchanging SDOH data.
Dell Medical School builds technology to connect patients to social services
Imagine bringing your wheezing child to the pediatrician and being told the problem is asthma — then being asked about your home environment and learning that the mold in your apartment might be making it worse. You’re given a sheet