Longitudinal data of >500,000 patients, with 50,000 patients being added annually
7,000,000 Qualified Clinical Visits (QCV) collected over 16 years
300 million rows of data with patient features
Robust Data on Diagnoses and Symptoms, Mental Health Status signs, Clinical Global Impressions (CGI), medications, side-effects and substance abuse data
Collected from 32 organisations from Academic Medical Centers (25%), Community Health Centers (50%) and Private Practices (25%)
Covers Outpatient, Inpatient and ER
Fully HIPAA compliant
Integration with regulatory management and research and quality management for psychiatric care
Clinical Decision Support Engine (CDSE)
Cohort analysis of most effective medication
Dr. Krishnan has been serving as the new dean of Rush Medical College and senior vice president of Rush University Medical Center since August 2015. A key decision-maker in the Singapore biomedical sciences community, Dr Krishnan has been the Chairman of the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) since 2013. In early 2014 he was appointed the Chairman of the NMRC Singapore Translational Research Investigator Award (STaR) Panel. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Singapore Clinical Research Institute at the Ministry of Health (MOH), and holds memberships on board of the Health Sciences Authority, and Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd (SingHealth).
He is also a member of several committees:the Applied Study in Polytechnic and ITE Review (ASPIRE) Committee; the Biomedical Sciences Review Panel and the Biomedical Sciences Executive Committee, National Research Foundation (NRF).Prior to his Singapore move, Dr Krishnan was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina for eleven years.
Ken Gersing, MD, is the Director of Clinical Information Services in the Department of Psychiatry at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Gersing has a faculty appointment within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at Duke. He holds a diploma in Psychiatry, and Dr. Gersing is board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Gersing completed his medical degree at the University of Washington, School of Medicine in 1993, and his psychiatric residency at Duke University Medical Center in 1997. He has 24 years of experience in medical information systems and clinical practice.