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The Research Revolution Will Not Be Peer ReviewedRachel Warren, SVP, Editorial, MedPage Today, talks with medRxiv co-founders Harlan Krumholz, MD, and Joseph S. Ross, MD about medArchive and what a pre-print server is. (June 11, 2019)
Data Outcomes and Digital MedicineHarlan Krumholz, MD speaks to “Data Outcomes and Digital Medicine” at the Yale Symposium: Digital Medicine on April 26, 2019. This discussion includes the application of data collection to build knowledge in business, and the absence of such in medicine. (April 26, 2019)
ISPOR’18 New Technology Impact
Innovations are transforming healthcare, but these innovations have to align with business models and they still have to be validated before they can improve care delivery, explained Harlan Krumholz, MD, SM, Harold H. Hines Jr professor of Medicine and Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale School of Medicine, and director, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Yale-New Haven Hospital.
May 21, 2018
Bringing Big Data to Population Health
Dr. Harlan Krumholz joined a group of panelists discussing the impact of big data on the future of medicine during the QCOR 2018 session.
April 6, 2018
People and Their DataEfforts to generate knowledge are failing to keep pace with the information needs of health care professionals, policy-makers, administrators and, most importantly, patients. The expense, delay, and gaps inherent in our pursuit of knowledge leave us with far too much ignorance about the trade-offs of risk, benefit and cost for individuals and society. We need new approaches for generation of rich, detailed, longitudinal data that describes people’s journeys through health and disease. One such path involves digital health, in which people are provided access to their digital health data and given opportunities to leverage it in ways that may help them and advance society. In this talk, Dr. Krumholz provided a roadmap describing how such a future may be achieved – and why it may be right around the corner.
November 7, 2017
JAMA Network Open
Launching in early 2018, JAMA Network Open will publish original research and commentary on clinical care, health policy, and global health.
November 12, 2017
NIH Grand Rounds Podcast
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Director of Yale’s Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, presents “Preprints: What, Why Not and How” at NIH Collaboratory Living Textbook Grand Rounds on September 29, 2017.
Peer Review Innovations
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Director of Yale’s CORE, discusses “Preprints and Other Threats to Traditional Publishing, Peer Review Innovations” at 8th International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication, September 12, 2017.
British Cardiovascular Society Conference
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Director of Yale’s Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, delivers the keynote 2017 Paul Wood Lecture titled “Personalized Medicine and Computational Cardiology” at the 2017 British Cardiovascular Society Conference in Manchester UK on June 5th, 2017.
HSR&D/QUERI National Conference
Dr. Krumholz discusses opportunities and imperatives ahead at 2017 HSR&D/QUERI National Conference on July 19, 2017
Houston Methodist - Grand Rounds
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Director of Yale’s Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, presents “Personalized Medicine and Computational Cardiology” at the 24th Annual Dr. William Winters Lectureship / Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center Grand Rounds in Houston, Texas on February 2, 2017.
Houston Methodist - Interview
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Director of Yale’s CORE, discusses “Personalized Medicine and Computational Cardiology” with Dr. William Zoghbi, Chair of Cardiology at the Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center in Houston, Texas on February 2, 2017.
In today’s world of cardiology, handling the wave of incoming data presents challenges. Dr. Krumholz and Dr. Zoghbi discuss those challenges and how we could better navigate the data flow and analytics.
Emily Bucholz Presentation
In April 2017, Dr. Emily Bucholz was recognized with a Top 10 Clinical Research Achievement Award by the Clinical Research Forum, a national organization of senior researchers and thought leaders from the nation’s leading academic health centers. Recognizing the need to celebrate U.S. clinical research accomplishments that involve both innovation and impact on human disease, the Clinical Research Forum conducts an annual competition to determine the 10 outstanding research accomplishments in the United States.
During this video, Dr. Bucholz explains the use of life expectancy as a metric to evaluate hospital performance, and how the use of life expectancy can provide a perspective on why which hospital you use matters – and the consequence of having poor quality hospitals.
People and Their Health DataDr. Harlan Krumholz provides the keynote speech at the October 2016 Connected Health Symposium. In his talk, "And the world turned upside down: people and their health data", Dr. Krumholz gives insight on what is preventing the healthcare system from rapidly progressing in its improvements.
Unlocking the Value of Health Care Data
Dr. Harlan Krumholz presents at the Nahmad Speaker Series at Baptist Health South Florida. Dr. Krumholz shares his thoughts on the future of healthcare and today's knowledge drought in medicine.
Arjun Venkatesh - Online Health RatingDr. Arjun Venkatesh discusses patient and consumer interest in a wide variety of online healthcare quality ratings ranging from Consumer Reports to US News to Yelp. As the lead developer of the recently launched CMS Overall Hospital Star Ratings he describes the new methodology and emerging trends in hospital quality ratings and transparency.
FDA Think Tank PresentationDr. Harlan M. Krumholz FDA Think Tank on Surveillance Planning on June 1, 2016.
Big Data - Precision Health
Dr. Harlan Krumholz discusses Precision Health at the Stanford Medicine Big Data in Biomedicine Conference on May 25th, 2016. Dr. Krumholz discusses data as a source of knowledge to create a learning healthcare system.
Precision Medicine - Cardio TVViews on Precision Medicine - Entrevista a Dr. Harlan M. Krumholz en el XVII Simposio Cardiopatía I. - Cuidados A Cardiovasculares
Precision Medicine - Conferencia InauguralTalk on Precision Medicine - Conferencia inaugural: XVII Simposio internacional Cardiopatía Isquémica
Heart Failure - Conferencia Inaugural
Talk on Heart Failure (begins at 20 minutes) - Focus en insuficiencia cardiaca aguda 2016
Post-hospital SyndromeDr. Kumar Dharmarajan, CORE Assistant Professor of Medicine, discusses the 2015 BMJ paper "Post-hospital syndrome - the risk of readmisson for heart failure, acute MI, or pneumonia."
Leadership Saves LivesCORE Director, Harlan Krumholz's Presentation from Leadership Saves Lives, Atlanta, GA June 24, 2014
PBS Heart Health - Statin GuidelinesDr. Harlan Krumholz of Yale School of Medicine talks about how a new risk calculator could help doctors shift their focus from lab results to more holistic thinking about who might benefit.
Open Science PresentationDr. Harlan Krumholz discusses the need for open sharing of data at the Post Approval Network International Summit held in Minneapolis on February 19, 2013.
Readmissions for Older Patients
CORE Visiting Scholar Dr. Kumar Dharmarajan and Dr. Harlan Krumholz discuss the January 2013 JAMA paper "Reasons For and Timing of Readmissions for Older Patients Following Heart Attack, Heart Failure, and Pneumonia." Dr. Dharmarajan is a fellow in cardiology at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. Krumholz is the Director of CORE.
Open Science & Data SharingDrs Harlan Krumholz and Bob Harrington discuss why data sharing is so important and what we need to accomplish to have an equitable system for doing so.
Cardiology Show: Chicago's ACC 2012Dr. Krumholz and other top cardiologists talk about the future of vorapaxar, TAVR, bariatric surgery as a treatment for diabetes, and the role of CCTA in the ER.
Cardiology Show: New Orleans ACC 2011Dr. Krumholz and 6 other top cardiologists gathered together in New Orleans to tackle the issues raised by the major trials presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) 2011 Scientific Sessions.
PCORI Electronic Data OpportunitiesThe Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) convened a select group of researchers and thought leaders for the "National Workshop to Advance the Use of Electronic Data in Patient-Centered Outcomes Research," July 2-3, in Palo Alto, California.
Industry and Clinical Practice GuidelinesDrs Harlan Krumholz, Clyde Yancy, and Neil Moat discuss whether relationships with industry influence clinical practice guidelines.
Are We Using Too Many Meds?Dr. Krumholz and Drs Bob Harrington and James Stein discuss why it may be time to drop some medications and the kind of clinical trials that need to be done to help us decide which ones.
Lessons From Our RegistriesDr. Krumholz shares his experience with registries and how we can improve management of STEMI patients at the 15th International Symposium of Ischemic Cardiomyopathy, in Spain, 2012.
Letter to Circulation on LDLDr. Harlan Krumholz discusses his letter to Circulation recommending that LDL be abandoned as a treatment target for statins and other drugs.
PCORI National Patient Stakeholder DialogueCORE's Director & PCORI Board Member Dr. Harlan Krumholz speaks at the National Patient and Stakeholder Dialogue on February 27, 2012 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
Appropriate Use of PCIDrs. Harlan Krumholz, Samin Sharma, and Mark Turco discuss what constitutes appropriate use of PCI during the ACC 2011 Scientific Sessions.
ACC's Hospital to Home (H2H) InitiativeDr. Harlan Krumholz and Dr. Mary Norine Walsh discuss the American College of Cardiology's Hospital to Home (H2H) Initiative to reduce hospital readmissions.
Yale 2010 Global Health Leadership InstituteDr. Harlan Krumholz discusses "Strategic Thinking - Data as Intelligence" at Yale's 2010 Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI).
New Cholesterol DrugDr. Harlan Krumholz comments on a new cholesterol lowering drug, Anacetrapib, that many are indicating may be more effective than statins.
Yale 2009 Global Health Leadership InstituteDr. Harlan Krumholz discusses "Whole System Changes with a Focus on Quality Improvement" at Yale's 2009 Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI).