Hopkins inHealth draws on the latest in scientific knowledge to create tools that facilitate individualized, health-related decision-making. Our researchers are currently developing tools that address diverse health challenges through a variety of methods. Examples include:
- A statistical algorithm that distinguishes fatal and benign prostate tumors
- Intended for use by clinicians and patients during outpatient visits
- A wearable device that aids in the management of cystic fibrosis
- Intended for at-home use by patients with data transmission capabilities to clinicians
- A risk score that predicts falls requiring hospitalization among older adults
- Intended for use by public health officials to develop community-based interventions
Ensuring our tools reach patients, clinicians, and health care systems is a primary goal of Hopkins inHealth. Commercialization, through strategic partnerships with technology and health care companies, is necessary to achieve this end.
Our partners support the development, research, and dissemination of Hopkins inHealth tools so that together we can provide the right care to the right person at the right time.
To explore partnership opportunities, we encourage interested companies, non-profit organizations, and academic institutions to contact our Head of Commercialization, Joe Powers, or visit our Contact Us page.