Clinical Informatics Research & Development
Clinical Informatics Research and Development (CIRD) is responsible for leading the development of clinical systems strategy for Partners HealthCare, conducting applied informatics research and development, and key design issues in Partners enterprise clinical systems (especially those involving complex clinical workflows, usability, controlled terminology, knowledge management, and clinical decision support).
CIRD collaborates with several other faculty and groups at Partners as well as health services and other researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).
CIRD has an active educational program and conducts a clinical informatics seminar weekly, and contributes to medical informatics teaching at the HSPH, HMS, and MIT.
To learn more, visit the CIRD website.
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"I decided to work for Partners because it is a worldwide leader in medical research programs that seeks to further our current medical knowledge and better the lives of people."
--Cora Cheng-Chong, Research Grants and Contracts Officer, Research Management at Partners HealthCare
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