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Five UCs Benefit from UCSFs Clinical Trials Website

screenshot of UCSF clinical trials website

by Leslie Yuan and Anirvan Chatterjee 

 UCSF launched its new Clinical Trials website in late 2016 (see blog article). Developed by the Research Technology team in the Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), the site makes it easy for UCSF patients, doctors, and researchers to find, learn about, and engage…
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UC Health Expands Shared Data Platform with Enterprise Imaging

Doctor showing a patient their x-ray

By Kim Garriott.

UCLA and UCSF have implemented a common enterprise imaging (EI) platform that enables the secure acquisition, management, sharing, and retention of medical images—regardless of type (think digital photos, point of care ultrasound, scope, and others).

“Sharing this…
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UCSF Helps Manage Print Devices at Berkeley

UCSF Print Management

By Mario Carmona.  In 2011, the UCSF Print Management Program merged its services with UC Berkeley, creating a shared, central service center that both campuses can access. Partnering with Campus Shared Services Information Technology (CSS IT) and departmental IT Teams,…
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Product Toolkit Helps Project Teams Keep Value Top of Mind

Project toolkit graph

By Traci Farrell. In a university setting, custom application development teams can hit roadblocks when project sponsors, designers, and developers have different definitions of success. To try to circumvent this problem, the Design and Discovery team in UCSF School of…
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UCSF Creates De-Identified Clinical Data Warehouse

UCSF group of people

By Yvonne Tevis. Patient data – it’s a gold mine for health research. Without patient data, researchers can’t analyze conditions, explore treatment efficacy, consider new models of personalized care…

And in today’s fast-paced and competitive world of health research, researchers…
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Videoconferencing to Virtual Cadavers: Classroom Innovation at UCSF

By Alison Spencer. Transforming anatomy classes. Developing curriculum management systems. These are just two examples of how the Technology Enhanced Education (TEE) team at UC San Francisco serves as a partner in medical education. “Our mission is to enhance medical…
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