Transformative Research & Leadership Development
Our interdisciplinary teams discover, design, and disseminate cost-saving innovations for conditions comprising the bulk of U.S. health care spending. We collaborate closely with research, industry, and philanthropic partners.
Our Response to the COVID-19 Challenge
The COVID-19 crisis is challenging CERC’s faculty, scholars, and fellows to rapidly develop innovations that lower the cost of clinically excellent infectious disease care. Additionally, our Partnership in AI-Assisted Care, with faculty and graduate students from the computer science department, is moving ahead with computer vision applications to ease the burden on clinicians striving to deliver exceptional COVID-19 care to ICU patients.
Harnessing Stanford's Innovations Across Medicine, Engineering, and Management
Six Critical Research Areas
CERC's interdisciplinary teams focus on Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Process Innovation, Organizational Innovation, Health Care Policy, and Care Models.
The Power of Computer Vision
Our innovations support care delivery in the ICU, hand hygiene in clinical settings, and the well-being of seniors living at home.
CERC offers industry and research partners numerous opportunities to shape and scale high-quality, lower-cost patient care alongside noted Stanford scholars and innovators.
Bright Spots of Clinical Care
What are the scalable attributes of clinical teams that deliver good care at the lowest total cost? CERC researchers identified them.
Training Healthcare Leaders Who Innovate Technology and Business Designs
The New Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management
This one-year management program for working professionals - the first of its kind on the West Coast - will provide leaders and emerging leaders in health care and technology with the clinical business and informatics capabilities to transfrom care delivery through digital innovation. Applications for the Class of 2022 will be available in September 2020.
Executive Education Led by Distinguished CERC Scholars
We offer clinicians, researchers, and executives a dynamic learning environment in which to identify, develop, and implement technology and management innovations that reduce the cost of great care.
Recent News & Publications
- – AJMC
Achieving Better Value in Pediatric Care: School Systems as Clinical and Financial Partners?
CERC fellow Venus Wong: Value-based health systems may contract with school districts for better patient outcomes and lower costs
- – Health Affairs
Challenges in Ensuring the Quality of Generic Medicines
CERC’s Kevin Schulman describes how generic drugs offer potentially significant cost savings for consumers, but the globalization of the supply chain has strained FDA capacity to oversee the market.