Leading healthcare systems exist to improve the health of populations, enhance the experience and outcomes for individuals and reduce the per capita cost of healthcare. This is the engine of population health at Cedars-Sinai and it's fueled by community-based research. This, in turn, generates data that's reflected in our technology advancements, our treatments and the way we deliver care.
How We're Connected
These programs demonstrate just a few ways that Cedars-Sinai engages the community to build its population and precision health strategies.
A new model of care teams pharmacists with barbers to fight the deadly health epidemic of hypertension—which affects African American men more than almost any other group in the world.
The People Concern, supported by grants from the Cedars-Sinai Behavioral Health Initiative, is an organization that helps people transition from homelessness to permanent supportive housing.
Cedars-Sinai is proud to be participating in the All of Us Research Program, a nationwide effort from the National Institutes of Health to gather data on 1 million or more participants.
The Cancer Research Center for Health Equity conducts scientific research and engages with community members to narrow the health-disparity gap.
Through the California Precision Medicine Consortium, Cedars-Sinai is partnered with the National Institutes of Health on its All of Us Research Program, a nationwide precision medicine initiative.
Precision Health at Cedars-Sinai
Efficient healthcare gets the right treatment to the right patient at the right time and Cedars-Sinai is approaching this precision style of medicine on numerous fronts.
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