The Healthcare Delivery Science (HDS) core group within the SC CTSI advances health system innovations through research awards, training, and collaborations with LA County Department of Health Services and other partners. They support a number of projects through the Safety Net Innovation Awards in partnership with the UCLA CTSI. They also disseminate HDS results and research findings to health systems, researchers, and the community. Click here to learn more about their current and planned projects.
NEW for January 2023! Read our first annual report, which includes the Health Delivery Science Center's personnel and partners, accomplishments from our first year, future plans, and updates from past pilot awardees.
You can also find this report and lots more info at the SC HDS Center website.
The HDS core also hosts a training program in which our affiliates present on a variety of topics such as: how to engage in the community in the science of healthcare delivery, funding opportunities for the study of healthcare delivery, and how to use the power of behavioral economics to improve quality and efficiency of patient-centered care.
|Introduction to HDS "Safety Net Innovation" award program||Amy Towfighi, MD, Director of SC CTSI Healthcare Delivery Science core and Director of Neurological Services and Innovation for Los Angeles County Department of Health Services|
|Dissemination & Implementation||Barbara Turner, MD, MSED, MACP, and Albert Farias, PhD, MPH, faculty in The USC The Gehr Family Center For Health Systems Science And Innovation, in conjunction with Brian Mittman, PhD, Senior Scientist at Kaiser Permanente with affiliations at USC and UCLA|
|Behavioral Economics||Jason Doctor, PhD, The Norman Topping National Medical Enterprise Chair in Medicine and Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy, University of Southern California|
|Leadership & Management||Dave Logan and Ashleigh Rodriguez from Care4th|
|Quality Improvement||Bob Lloyd, PhD, Director of Performance Improvement for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement|
|Stakeholder Engagement||Jennifer Tsui|
|Research Methods||Amy Towfighi, Wendy Mack, and Rachel Ceasar|
|Health Systems Engineering||Shinyi Wu, PhD, Associate Professor of Social Work and Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Southern California|