A $15.3 million grant from the Duke Endowment to Health Sciences South Carolina will fuel the nation's first dual-state health collaborative in North Carolina and South Carolina, aimed at tackling the common health issues faced by many American communities.
In fact, the funding will help researchers from leading academic medical centers and health systems in the two states expand upon the concept of the Institute of Medicine's Learning Health System to make possible learning health communities an integral part of the endowment-funded effort will entail expanding HSSCs resources to other health and social service entities that can benefit from data and analytics.
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