HSSC offers a wide variety of services and tools to researchers, clinicians, and health systems to support research studies, as well as quality and health system improvement initiatives. Data planning, identifying additional data sets and infrastructure to merge data sets, and administration of these complex systems are also available through HSSC. Expert biostatisticians and clinical researchers assist in experimental design, data acquisition, analysis, modeling and reporting, as well as in identification and pursuit of collaborative grants and other opportunities. HSSC provides a suite of collaborative tools and systems such as the Clinical Data Warehouse, i2b2, Redcap, Palmetto Profiles, RPMS, e-IRB, governance, SCResearch.org, SAS, Dimensional Insight, ArcGIS, and other external resources.
- Researchers / Research Organizations
- Clinicians / Health Care Systems
- Communities / Consumers
Health Sciences South Carolina is a leader in bridging technology to maximize value for researchers, clinicians and communities. We provide our members with the infrastructure, tools, and innovative processes they need to empower patients, healthcare providers, and researchers to make good health possible.
Our aim is to provide tools and services that accommodate users from every facet of the research continuum. Whether you are a researcher at an academic institution conducting basic research, a clinician seeking the best treatment for your patient, or a community center hoping to introduce a health initiative to enhance the lives of your neighbors, HSSC has innovative tools and services to help achieve your goals.
This comprehensive suite of tools is available for researchers to identify potential collaborators, assess data for targeted population size, conduct surveys, perform analysis, and obtain support for the eIRB process.
This comprehensive suite of tools supports clinical work, including the ability to assess targeted population size, execute surveys, conduct clinical analytics, and produce geospatial visualizations.
HSSC provides tools to benefit healthcare consumers and communities to identify clinical trials within the state. This is a valuable resource for anyone interested in identifying research opportunities, locating contact information for inquiries, or managing enrollment. Individuals can subscribe to receive information about areas of interest in an ongoing manner.