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Infrastructure and Architecture Lead for the Research IT team. We design, build, and operate a variety of software applications and infrastructure to support research and improve patient health outcomes here at Stanford and at other hospitals around the world. I enjoy partnering with our researchers and clinicians to help them apply information technology to solve meaningful problems. I also manage a team of software developers working on tracking health status and outcomes, mobile health, and cloud computing infrastructure.
Software platform to support research involving patient data. ➤ Clinical data warehouse aggregating patient data from SHC and SCH ➤ Search tools for cohort identification ➤ Tools for reviewing patient cohorts for study inclusion/exclusion, and abstracting text notes ➤ Data lakes, data extraction, analysis pipelines ➤ Research data management - data entry tools, reporting, tissue tracking, imaging integration ➤ De-identification services and APIs ➤ Real-time research alerting based on HL7 eventsThese systems were previously known by the name STRIDE.
A software system to monitor patient health status over time, providing better insight for doctors and better health outcomes for patients. We use sophisticated computer-adaptive testing and other techniques to minimize patient burden, and use standardized, validated instruments to quantitatively assess patient status.CHOIR was designed and built here at Stanford, and is shared without fee with a large consortium of hospitals and academic medical centers around the world. Consortium members actively collaborate as a community to further develop CHOIR and add new features.Stanford launched CHOIR in 2012, and it has been used at both hospitals and in many clinical areas. The system is also actively used for various research projects.
Stanford, CA and other institutions around the world
Infrastructure to support mobile health applications such as phone apps, wearables, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.This work started as part of the MyHeart Counts population health study, and has expanded to a variety of other projects.
Create open source libraries, application templates, build/test/deployment infrastructure, and generally support our development of various software applications.