About the CTSA National Center for Data to Health (CD2H)
Informatics advancements, coupled with a shift towards open science, are in the process of fundamentally transforming how we approach translational research and clinical care. The CTSA Program is poised to help realize precision medicine by leveraging informatics tools and expertise within CTSA hubs to solve key informatics challenges across the translational spectrum.
The CD2H, launched in fall 2017, is tasked with coordinating and integrating informatics for the CTSA Program to promote data reuse and interoperability, tool sharing, informatics fluency, and collaboration. We are here to help by creating additional resources, building impactful infrastructure, and further coalescing the community to develop and implement innovative solutions.
Towards these goals, CD2H seeks input from, and collaboration with, the CTSA Program. We convene the community through our Workgroups focused on data, software, and people and partner with the community to iteratively develop solutions through CD2H Labs and our DREAM Challenges. The ultimate goal of the CD2H is to help CTSA Hubs thrive, accelerate advancements in informatics, and improve patient care. We invite you to learn more about the CD2H and our “identify, invent, and implement” approach to innovation through our most recent newsletter.
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Relationship between the CD2H and other NCATS entities
Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration (CLIC):
The CLIC is the coordinating center for the CTSA Program. The purpose of the CLIC is to coordinate the CTSA program communications and provide actionable metrics and network analytics. The CLIC provides support for CTSA Program convening of Domain Task Forces and other CTSA program committees and workgroups. The CLIC is the foundation of operational coordination across the CTSA program. The CD2H leverages CLIC communication channels to communicate with CTSA hubs.
Additional information on Domain Task Forces and the Trial Innovation Network coming soon.