We are a leader and participant in 10 national research networks that include other large health care systems. This extends our reach and impact as we collaborate and share knowledge across the country and around the world.
AGING Network (Advancing Geriatric Infrastructure and Network Growth)
This network provides a national resource to nurture and advance interdisciplinary research focused on older adults with multiple chronic conditions.
This network is made up of 19 U.S. health care-delivery systems with integrated research divisions. Together, it offers a geographically diverse sample of more than 15 million health plan members for population-based studies.
HealthPartners Institute representative on HCSRN Governing Board: Nico Pronk, PhD
Through this network, mental health researchers and departments from 13 health care systems work together to transform mental health care for more than 12 million patients. Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the network aims to improve the understanding and management of mental health conditions through a closer connection between research, practice and policy.
This network provides opportunities to generate research ideas and partner with colleagues in the greater Midwest region to design and implement solutions. Members study health and health care issues that affect the wider population.
This network is designed to make it faster, easier and less costly to conduct research. The network is establishing a nationwide infrastructure based on a common data model. This makes research more collaborative and efficient, because it allows network members to access data from across the country.
This collaborative project between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Immunization Safety Office and eight health care organizations conducts population-based research on immunization safety questions. Their work guides national immunization policy decisions.
Our 2017 Annual Report highlights our research and education work in areas such as opioid reduction, pain management, chronic disease care, dementia and vaccine safety and effectiveness. Read the report here.