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SHRINE National Pilot

SHRINE National Pilot is an implementation of SHRINE technology in order to create a demonstration network that will include selected academic health centers from across the United States. The demonstration will focus on discovering co-morbidities related to the primary diagnoses of autism and diabetes. Each participating site will secure regulatory and policy approval and then designate a limited group of researchers who will test the network and perform the research during the demonstration period.

Current pilot members include The Clinical Translational Science Institute - University of Washington, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research, Boston Children's Hospital, Partners Healthcare, and University of California, San Francisco.

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SHRINE National Pilot poster presented at AMIA CRI 2013.