CHIP has reimagined how open standards, interoperable health information technology (health IT) is designed and used to accelerate breakthroughs in research, drive improvements in care, and empower patients. CHIP developed the first personally controlled health records and invented the open APIs now required by law and regulation that are driving the health information economy.

Projects

Publications

Nelson LF, Weitzman ER, Levy S. Prevention of Substance Use Disorders. The Medical clinics of North America 2022.

Kristensen NP, Heeke C, Tvingsholm SA, Borch A, Draghi A, Crowther MD, Carri I, Munk KK, Holm JS, Bjerregaard AM, Bentzen AK, Marquard AM, Szallasi Z, McGranahan N, Andersen R, Nielsen M, Jönsson GB, Donia M, Svane IM, Hadrup SR. Neoantigen-reactive CD8+ T cells affect clinical outcome of adoptive transfer with tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes in melanoma. The Journal of clinical investigation 2021.

Perlis RH, Green J, Simonson M, Ognyanova K, Santillana M, Lin J, Quintana A, Chwe H, Druckman J, Lazer D, Baum MA, Della Volpe J. Association Between Social Media Use and Self-reported Symptoms of Depression in US Adults. JAMA network open 2021.

Kossowsky J, Weitzman ER. Instrumental Substance Use Among Youth with Rheumatic Disease-A Biopsychosocial Model. Rheumatic diseases clinics of North America 2022.

Taxter AJ, Natter MD. Using the Electronic Health Record to Enhance Care in Pediatric Rheumatology. Rheumatic diseases clinics of North America 2022.