Research

HealthPartners Institute’s research priorities are based on our strengths in key areas critical to fulfilling the Triple Aim of improved health, experience and affordability.

Researchers working in each of our areas of concentration develop our research directions by soliciting input from their collaborators in HealthPartners and externally with leading researchers across the country. Collaborators include those in academia, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other institutions dedicated to improving health.

Conducting research

If you are interested in conducting a research project at the HealthPartners Institute and are logged into the HealthPartners network, you can access a research application via the InfoEd system. Once there, you can log in to complete the electronic submission process.

If you don’t have an InfoEd login, please contact Kari Joy Garman 651-254-2928 in the Office of Research Subjects.

If you have questions about starting or conducting a research project, contact Kari Joy Garman 651-254-2928 in the Office of Research Subjects or Jenilee Christy 952-967-5084 in Grant Development.