IHI Receives Seven Years of Accreditation
IHI Master’s Degree Program initial accreditation is for seven years.
Changing healthcare one neighbor at a time
We’re on a mission to improve health outcomes by factoring social determinants of health into the care approach. When non-medical needs are identified and addressed early on, it improves both clinical care and quality of life.-Dr. David…
Smart Community Health
David Haynes really enjoyed being at the State Fair and allowing Minnesotans to see and use his new technology, Smart Community Health. Fairgoers were able to use a demo version of the application and provided him with some valuable…
Leveraging Technology to Improve Health
Assistant Professor David Haynes of the University’s Institute for Health Informatics is trained as a health geographer. Through geographic information science—or GIScience—Haynes uses big data to analyze geographic information and spatial…
IHI Adds 4 New Affiliate Faculty Members
The Institute for Health Informatics is excited to announce the appointment of four new Affiliate Faculty members: Dr. Margy McCullough-Hicks, Dr. Juan Carlos Rivera-Mulia, Dr. Peter B. Kang and Dr. Christina Pacak. They will join an…
Using technology to improve community health
Assistant Professor David Haynes is preparing for a late-May pilot stage of a new app to improve community health by using mobile technology to connect community members to community organizations and health resources. Read more here
Informatics Faculty Help Develop AI Algorithm to Analyze Chest X-Rays for Covid-19
U of M researchers have developed and validated an artificial intelligence algorithm that can evaluate chest x-rays to diagnose possible Covid-19 cases. Read more here
Supporting Health Care at a Distance
Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center (gpTRAC) promotes the advancement of telehealth across a six state region through collaborative support and programs. Read more here.