The Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI) is embarking on new initiatives that use past records from patient encounters to develop personalized care models for patients.

DIHI, based in Durham, N.C., and housed within Duke University, began the project in April and is focusing on certain disease states where individualized approaches to patients could both improve outcomes and patient satisfaction, as well as reduce overall healthcare costs, says Suresh Balu, Program Director for the Institute.

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