The BioHealth Informatics Research Center focuses on five areas to create new tools and opportunities for the bioscience and healthcare industries:
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Utilizes informatics in cellular and molecular biology, developing software tools to generate useful biological knowledge.
Clinical Business Intelligence
Analyzes clinical data to help managers and clinicians make better decisions, and improves their performance in terms of cost, efficiency, and quality.
Employs informatics and information technology to deliver improved health care services by assessing and improving clinicians’ information use.
Health Information Management
Applies the science of informatics to the management of health care data to improve efficiency, profitability, and health outcomes.
Public Health Informatics
Develops interoperable information systems for public health functions such as biosurveillance, crisis outbreak management, electronic laboratory reporting, and prevention.