Rare Epilepsies in New York City: Epidemiology and Health Outcomes

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Rare epilepsies are a devastating group of diseases that begin in childhood, and often cause profound neurologic, medical, and psychiatric disabilities. There are reliable epidemiologic estimates for only a few of these diseases. Dr. Grinspan developed unique regular expression keywords, which when combined with INSIGHT’s data identified affected individuals treated by multiple academic medical centers, […]

Modeling Social behavior for Healthcare Utilization in Depression

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The World Health Organization considers major depressive disorder (MDD) the third-highest cause of disease burden worldwide, and the highest in the developed world. Dr. Pathak has developed analytical methods for identifying MDD using the comprehensive and longitudinal NYC-CDRN electronic health record (EHR) systems data, claims data, online social media data from Twitter and PatientsLikeMe, and […]

Medicaid Health Homes

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Approximately one in ten people in the US are diabetic. In NYC, there is an estimated 200,000 adult New Yorkers who have diabetes but have not yet been diagnosed. In order to improve health care and outcomes, reduce costs, and address health disparities related to diabetes, over 60,000 New York City patients enrolled in the […]

High-Need High-Cost Patients

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Health systems, clinicians, and patients have all identified High Need High Cost (HNHC) patients as a priority focus for population health programs. HNHC patients are a small proportion (five percent) of patients that have major health problems and account for a disproportionate share (50 percent) of health care utilization. Using our comprehensive linkage infrastructure we […]

All of Us Research Program in a Healthcare Provider Organization.

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Scott P. Turner, BS, 1 Sean T. Pompea, MFA, 1 Kelly L. Williams, MBA, MSN, RN, 3 David A. Kraemer, Jr., BS, 1Evan T. Sholle, MS, 1 Cindy Chen, MA, 1 Curtis L. Cole, MD, 1 , 2 Rainu Kaushal, MD, MPH, 3 andThomas R. Campion, Jr., PhD 1, 3 , 4 Author Information 1 Information Technologies & Services Department, Weill Cornell Medicine, New York, NY; 2 Department of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine, New […]