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5 Simple Ideas to Steal from UCSF Clinical Trials

Originally posted to the UC CIO blog here

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UCSF’s Drive to Become a Learning Healthcare System Gains Momentum

Electronic health record terminal with nurse
Photo credit: Susan Merrell

UC San Francisco (UCSF) has funded five new projects that use the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) platform to improve care. The projects will utilize the EMR to deliver evidence-based interventions at the point of care to improve important healthcare indicators, such as patient outcomes, quality, pr

Virtual System Works in Managing Diabetes for Hospital Patients

Note: CTSI provided support for this study.

An innovative virtual glucose management service (vGMS) for hospitalized patients with diabetes is highly effective at maintaining appropriate glucose levels, according to a study led by researchers at UC San Francisco.

UCSF Open Proposals, UC TrialQuest Win UC’s Highest Technology Award

UCSF CTSI affiliated projects received top honors in the 2016 University of California’s 2016 Larry L. Sautter Awards

A Global, Neutral Platform for Sharing Trial Data

Patient-level data are the lifeblood of clinical research, and their value and benefit can be maximized if they are responsibly, routinely and easily shared.

REDCap - Collect, Store, and Share Data Easily

REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a HIPAA-compliant, secure web application for building and managing online surveys and data collection instruments, provided without charge to the UCSF community and its collaborators.

Proposals Awarded to Build UCSF's Path to a Continuously Learning Healthcare System

Two proposals selected by campus collaborative to help inform UCSF’s transformation into a Learning Healthcare System

The Uneven Future of Evidence-Based Medicine

Ida Sim, MD, PhD, co-director of CTSI's Informatics and Research Innovation (IRI) program, presents 3rd Cochrane Lecture at the Cochrane Colloquium in Vienna, Austria.

Clinical Research Systems and Services by Academic Research Systems (ARS)

Research systems and services to help the UCSF research community obtain, store, share, and analyze the patient data sets needed for research studies.

CTSI Annual Retreat Focuses on NexGen Research and Team Science

8th Annual CTSI Retreat welcomes 170+ attendees from UCSF and partner organizations.

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