Tag Archive: UCSF

Product Toolkit Helps Project Teams Keep Value Top of Mind

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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

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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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5 Simple Ideas to Steal from UCSF Clinical Trials

By Leslie Yuan and Anirvan Chatterjee.  The research technology team at UCSF’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) recently launched a website for UCSF’s clinical studies. The goal was an easy-to-use site where people could search through all clinical…
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Committing to the Experiment: A UCSD / UCSF Collaboration

By Yvonne Tevis, Chief of Staff, UCOP Information Technology Services.   “Collaborating is an experiment,” said Jenn Glassman, assistant director for technology and project management in UC San Diego’s procure-to-pay organization. She speaks from experience. Glassman and Melissa Gee, UC…
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Spotlight: Using IT to Improve Patient Care – UCSF’s Erik Wieland

By Alison Spencer, UCB student intern, UCOP.  There’s a saying among IT staff at UCSF: “I cure cancer – very indirectly.” Erik Wieland, an application manager, said this attitude is his favorite thing about working at the campus. “I…
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