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Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics Programs
DBHi consists of a variety of programs that rely on team science to focus on real-world clinical and research needs and develop solutions grounded in reusability and interoperability.
Arcus is a suite of tools and services for CHOP’s research community that seamlessly links biological, clinical, research, and environmental data.
DBHi’s Bioinformatics group develops and applies extensive analysis capabilities to enable, enhance, and empower research and clinical applications.
The Data Science and Biostatistics Unit (DSBU) works with researchers to define the research question, select appropriate data, and develop methodologies for data collection and analysis.
DBHi’s Clinical Decision Support group identifies care gaps resulting from the implementation of generic health technology solutions and develops novel systems to support patient engagement, medical decision making, and care delivery.
The Clinical Reporting Unit group delivers actionable clinical data to researchers and provides tools for efficient data management.
DBHi's Education and Faculty Development group provides informatics educational opportunities and highlights innovations and issues in healthcare informatics, clinical informatics, nursing informatics, translational informatics, and bioinformatics.
DBHi's Translational Informatics Group tackles “deep dive” data integration projects primarily focusing on rare disease research.
The Global Health Informatics Program focuses on global partnerships to build health informatics workforces that can implement and optimize information technology to advance equitable healthcare and health outcomes in low-resource settings globally, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.