The New Jersey Hospital Association has unveiled a new data and informatics center with the aim of better understanding some of the state’s most pressing health challenges.
NJHA’s Center for Health Analytics, Research and Transformation, or CHART, will collect information from a variety of sources and apply analytics and predictive modeling “to identify and better understand underlying problems and work with its members, policy experts and others to explore solutions,” the association said in a release.
Sean Hopkins will lead the data center and has been appointed senior vice president of CHART. Joe Carr, NJHA’s chief information officer, will provide additional expertise.
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