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HealthPartners Institute’s International Diabetes Center to study the patient-centered economic burdens of managing type 2 diabetes and whether continuous glucose monitors can ease patients’ financial stress

Recent supplemental funding will help researchers better understand ‘financial toxicity’ of diabetes management in addition to health outcomes

Research and innovation

New, high-tech clinical simulation center at Regions Hospital will improve care experiences and health outcomes

The $5 million project will enhance training experiences for health care professionals across Minnesota and western Wisconsin

Research and innovation

myGenetics makes immediate impact on community health, reaching year-one goal

About 25,000 participants have enrolled in the free DNA testing research study

Research and innovation

Regions Hospital to expand, enhance clinical simulation services with $2.5M from Otto Bremer Trust

Donation will be used to relocate HealthPartners Institute’s Clinical Simulation Center within Regions Hospital and purchase high-tech tools for training healthcare workforce

Research and innovation

New HealthPartners Institute study shows that measuring blood pressure manually results in low readings compared to automated measurements

The results, published in JAMA Network Open, have implications for managing hypertension and the quality measures used to assess health system performance

Research and innovation

HealthPartners Institute to study how tobacco cessation policies and the rise of e-cigarettes impact tobacco harms across United States

The project is funded by a $2.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health

Research and innovation

HealthPartners Institute receives $1.7 million from NIH to study COVID-19 vaccination, breastfeeding and infant health

The project will help inform decision-making among new and expecting parents who may be considering COVID-19 vaccination

Research and innovation

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