December 21, 2022
UC Davis Health received prestigious HIMSS Stage 6 data analytics designation
UC Davis Health recently achieved the prestigious Stage 6 Adoption Model for Analytics Maturity (AMAM) from HIMSS. UC Davis Health is now one of five health care systems in the United States - and only six worldwide - currently at HIMSS AMAM Stage 6. Only 10 health care systems in the US have achieved Stage 7, which is the highest level of analytics maturity.
“This achievement is the culmination of nearly three years of hard work by our IT experts, including physicians who assured the clinical data we enter is accurate, complete and consistently defined,” said David Lubarsky, CEO of UC Davis Health and Vice Chancellor for Human Health Sciences. “Analyzing what we do, and managing how well we are performing in real time, furthers our patient care, education, research, and health care equity missions. Being the #1 hospital in the region is great. Staying there requires constant improvement. That starts with the ability to evaluate whether high quality, equitable, efficient patient care is being delivered in every single patient encounter." Read the full article here.
May 10, 2022
UC Davis Health Data COE at Epic XGM 2022
The UC Davis Health Data COE was invited to present at the 2022 Epic XGM conference. XGM brings together Epic users to learn new strategies for using the software and to share their own success stories. The Data Access and Delivery Team showcased their new intake and triage process representing the work of Intake Specialist, Akinfela Oyeneyin, and the contributions from several teams across the IT department, including EMR Reporting, Research Data Fulfillment, Cogito Tools and SlicerDicer who collaborate to provide the best solution for each customer.
April 27, 2022
Researchers receive $1.2 million NIH grant to study synthetic data use in health care
Three researchers from UC Davis have been awarded a $1.2 million grant over four years from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to generate high-quality synthetic data, or data generated by a computer program. The team will use artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). The research may help physicians predict, diagnose and treat diseases. Read the full article here.
April 6, 2020
The Data Center of Excellence is hosting DocuSign for UC Davis Health School of Medicine researchers who are interested in using this tool for secure signing of consent forms, authorization forms, or other research-related documents. DocuSign provides full document encryption, a tamper-proof audit trail, redundant and geo-dispersed data centers, and is fully compliant with the ESIGN Act. Click here to learn more about DocuSign.
March 18, 2020
UC Davis Health EHR DataPATH
Our new DataPATH computational environment provides UC Davis Health faculty and staff secure access to de-identified EHR data. UC Davis Health DataPATH is standardized on a common data model shared by five UC Health campuses to create a UC Health Data Warehouse. Please see more on our tools page or review the presentation made by Brian Paciotti, PhD, MS at our First Annual Health Data Science Day.