• Cornelius
    • What is Cornelius?
Cornelius is an evidence-based intelligence system that uses real-time predictive modeling decision-support to focus prevention and improve health outcomes.

http://news.vanderbilt.edu/2013/10/cornelius-program-speeds-assessment-of-readmission-risk/

http://www.predictivemodelingnews.com/issues/pmnewspage1.pdf
  • Project Goals
    • To improve outcomes of hospitalized patients by focusing prevention resources using real-time predictive models.
    • To provide rigorous scientific evaluations of the impact of the models on patient outcomes and publish the results in high-profile journals.
    • To facilitate other researchers in the implementation and evaluation of new models.
  • Predictive Models
    • Pressure Ulcers
    • Hospital Readmissions
      • Sepsis
      • Falls
      • Hospital acquired infections
      • Catheter-associated urinary tract infections
      • CLABSI
      • VTE
      • AKI
    • Research Behind Cornelius
      • State-of-the-art predictive modeling techniques to ensure that the models are robust and the findings will replicate.
      • Reproducible research methods.
      • Modern methods of assessing validity, reliability and calibration.
      • Rigorous randomized controlled trials to assess whether the models improve outcomes.
    • Contact Us
      • daniel.byrne@vanderbilt.edu
      • henry.domenico@vanderbilt.edu
      • Vanderbilt University Center for Technology Transfer & Commercialization

Topic revision: r6 - 26 Nov 2013, DanielByrne
 

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