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Center for Healthcare Innovation & Delivery Science

We redesign healthcare to improve the health and wellbeing of all patients.

The Center for Healthcare Innovation and Delivery Science (CHIDS) is a group of clinicians, researchers, educators, and administrators who work together to redesign healthcare. Our mission is to improve patient health and wellbeing by fostering the development of effective, efficient, and patient-centered healthcare systems at NYU Langone Health and nationally. To do this, we conduct and support novel healthcare delivery redesign interventions, provide evaluations of existing intervations across our system, make use of new digital design and clinical informatics methods, create and deploy predictive analytic models, explore the effects of national and local policies on outcomes, and provide training in healthcare delivery science.

We are closely affiliated with the Division of Healthcare Delivery Science within NYU Langone’s Department of Population Health.

Contact Us

For all inquiries, including to sign up to receive monthly updates from CHIDS, please contact Shawn Hoke, program manager, at shawn.hoke@nyulangone.org.

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Student Researchers Investigate the Environmental Costs of Healthcare

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Shorter Stays in a Skilled Nursing Facility Tied to Higher Risk for Readmission

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Redesigning Healthcare

Our interventions improve NYU Langone and national healthcare delivery systems.

Evaluation Services

We help healthcare organizations learn whether their interventions are effective.

Predictive Analytics

Our predictive models help clinicians make better patient care decisions.

Digital Health Innovation

We apply digital health innovations to enhance healthcare delivery.

Health Policy Research

We assess the impact of national and local policies on health outcomes.

Our Faculty

We are experts in medicine, informatics, computer science, and beyond.