Research

January 13, 2016
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Julia Adler-Milstein recognized for contributions to health policy and practice

Assistant professor Julia Adler-Milstein has received the 2015 Early to Mid-Career Impact Accelerator Award from the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI). She was recognized for her outstanding contributions to health policy and practice through her work on electronic health records and health information exchanges. Among her accomplishments cited were the national impact of her research on policy and organizational determinants of health...
September 24, 2015
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UMSI contribution to Harvard study will examine Health IT for older adults

Julia Adler-Milstein UMSI Assistant Professor of Information Julia Adler-Milstein has received a $45,000 sub-grant from Harvard University to assist with a project titled, "Understanding Health IT-Enabled Performance Improvement for Older Adults." The funding is part of a larger $779,154 grant awarded by The Hartford Foundation to study best practices for deploying electronic health records (EHRs) and other health information technology (HIT) to improve safety, quality and cost in the care of older adults. The project, led by Ashish...
October 29, 2015
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Julia Adler-Milstein wins recognition in managed care research field

The American Journal of Managed Care , at the celebration of its 20th anniversary of publication, presented Julia Adler-Milstein , PhD, of the University of Michigan with the first Seema S. Sonnad Emerging Leader in Managed Care Research Award. Julia Adler-Milstein Dr. Adler-Milstein, who received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University and her PhD in health policy from Harvard University in 2011, is an assistant professor of information, School of Information,...
November 4, 2015
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Helping kidney dialysis patients enjoy longer lives

Helping kidney dialysis patients have healthier treatment sessions and longer lives is the goal of a new $6.7 million project at the University of Michigan. Tiffany Veinot Tiffany Veinot , an associate professor in the School of Information and the School of Public Health, will receive funding for this work from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, or PCORI. Dr. Rajiv Saran, professor of internal medicine and epidemiology at the U-M Medical School and School of Public Health, and associate director of the Kidney Epidemiology...