Jefferson Center for Connected Care
About the Center
The Jefferson Center for Connected Care serves as the hub for directed action initiatives that integrate research and pedagogy around the application of connected care within and beyond the health system to address health disparities. It will support the development and testing of innovative approaches for a patient-responsive care delivery system, with the ultimate goal of developing replicable and sustainable models to reduce and ultimately eliminate health outcome disparities.
To innovate, implement, and evaluate systems and services designed to address unmet needs that impact health outcomes of vulnerable individuals and communities.
We are passionate about seamless care delivery to patients.
- Research & Innovation
- Community Engagement
- Education & Training
Kristin Rising Receives Award from The MANNA Institute for Nutrition Research
Kristin Rising, M.D., M.S.H.P., Director of the Jefferson Center for Connected Care and Professor of Emergency Medicine received an $400,000 Award from The MANNA Institute for her project, “Nutrition Support Assessment Tool (NSAT) Refinement and Pilot Implementation Trial.”
Core Research & Innovation
- Digital Health Readiness
- Patient Uncertainty
- Food is Medicine
- Vaccine Confidence
- Impact of Telehealth on Patient and System Outcomes
- Patient Centered System Design
- Harm Reduction