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A multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional network that provides faculty, staff, and students with information, resources, and connectivity to accelerate innovation in healthcare services research and education.

Project Description: The overarching goal of the Emory-Georgia Tech Healthcare Innovation Program (HIP) is to accelerate innovation in health services research and education among Emory, Georgia Tech, and our academic and health system partners. Our approach has been to create an interactive network of faculty, staff and students through their engagement in novel inter-institutional and inter-disciplinary health services research and education HIP-sponsored resources and activities. Examples of HIP resources and activities include:

  • Healthcare Innovation Seed Grants fund multi-investigator, multi-disciplinary teams examining healthcare services and clinical effectiveness.
  • Health Services Research Analytics have been developed by HIP to assess the extent and trend of extramural sponsored research categorized by discipline, academic unit, and nine topic areas to help guide strategic planning and identification of research priorities.
  • HIP web directory listing health services research projects and educational offerings to help other investigators and students identify potential collaborators/mentors.

Primary contact: Fred Sanfilippo M.D., Ph.D.; Director, Emory-Georgia Tech Healthcare Innovation Program; Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, and Health Policy & Management
Institution: Emory University, Healthcare Innovation Program

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