Harnessing Data to Unveil Discoveries and Transform Health

MiCHAMP brings together faculty investigators from multiple U-M schools and colleges and is affiliated with the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI). The primary goal of this multidisciplinary research collaborative is to harness existing national, regional and local healthcare data sets to develop medical prediction models that address complex clinical problems. Through rich interactions with data science methodologists, informaticians, and clinical researchers, investigative teams aim to transform patient care to improve quality and decrease healthcare costs.

Featured Member
Theodore-Jack-Iwashyna-mini

Dr. Iwashyna’s research focuses on the organization of critical care services to provide high quality and value and improved outcomes. His work seeks to understand the context of critical illness (and severe sepsis in particular), both in how critical illness influences a patient’s life course, and in how the organizational environment influences the effectiveness of the care that a patient receives. His research interests also include health system organization, evaluating hospital quality of care, and medical education. Visit featured member profile.

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