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Welcome to Health Sciences South Carolina!

Health Sciences South Carolina is America's first statewide research collaborative focused entirely on transforming healthcare quality, health information systems, tomorrow's workforce, and ultimately, patient outcomes.

Health Sciences South Carolina Launches Nation's First Statewide Clinical Data Warehouse

HSSC’s Clinical Data Warehouse (CDW) links and matches de-identified (anonymous) electronic patient records from South Carolina’s largest health care systems to enable providers and researchers to follow patient conditions in real-time. It also allows biomedical researchers to conduct patient-centered outcomes research and comparative effectiveness studies across a much broader and aggregated patient population base. This is the first system of its kind to bring together three major research universities and several large health care systems. Bioinformatics for the system came from the Medical University of South Carolina, while the University of South Carolina developed the operations software. Clemson University hosts and provides patient privacy and security for the CDW. Read More.

A National Model for Healthcare Innovation

What began with the South Carolina Genneral Assembly's vision to create a knowledge-based economy through the SmartState Program is now a national model for innovative partnerships, medical research, investment, and healthcare quality and public health improvement. Health Scienceses South Carolina (HSSC) is connecting it's member universities and health systems with influential public and private partners on significant projects that make good health possible. Connect with us!

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2014 SCTR Institute Scientific Retreat

Friday, May 23, 2014

For more information about the retreat, please click here.

Announcing MUSC's First Chief Research Information Officer and SmartState Endowed Chair in Medical Bioinformatics- Leslie A. Lenert, MS, MD, FACMI

Dr. Lenert is a practicing primary care physician with a 20-year history of research and development work in informatics and predictive analytics. He was a pioneer (1990’s) in development of web-based systems for patient use and online research studies. In response to 9/11 attacks, Dr. Lenert led a team of engineers and computer scientists that developed the first wireless “location aware” EHR system for first responders, including the world’s first WiFi pulse oximeter and electronic triage tag, obtaining more than 4 million dollars in Federal funding. In 2007, Dr. Lenert became the founding Director of the National Center for Public Health Informatics at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Read More

Update from ONC

On the final day of HealthIT week, as ONC focuses on clinical quality initiatives, we would like to highlight Regional Extension Center work around national support of Million Hearts®.We ask that you link to HealthIT.gov pages on your website and re-tweet as appropriate in support of all REC work.

"SCHIEx: How It Works for You"

"How it Works" SCHIEx Exchange Tools

October 25, 2013

 

 

Viewpoint: Transforming Health Status Through a Statewide Research Collaboration

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The HSCC Clinical Data Warehouse: The South Carolina Biomedical Research Tool of the Future

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HSSC 2013 Annual Report

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The HSSC 2013 Annual Report is hot off the presses! 2013 Annual Report.

HSSC releases new strategic plan

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Since its launch in 2004, HSSC has developed the concepts, infrastructure, and technology to become a leading force for improvements in health care research, education, and delivery in South Carolina. Now, HSSC plans a shift to new focus areas that relate more directly to improving patient care and population health. View HSSC's new strategic plan.

 
     
   
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