INFORMATICS MATURITY & BEST PRACTICES Community Core

 

VALUE AND VISION

Among the biggest challenges with translational science is understanding what activities and structures are most associated with success, therefore knowing where to invest resources. There have not been sufficient frameworks to define best practices or tools to help organizations identify their gaps and opportunities. We have identified and developed these frameworks and tools (maturity models) that define pathways to achieving best practices. We are also developing tools to overcome specific barriers to success in data use and sharing data for open science.


COMMUNITY CORE OBJECTIVES

To determine, define and disseminate best practices in data use and informatics. Extending work performed by members of the CTSA and research informatics community, we are identifying maturity and governance best practice models for using, sharing, and re-using health data. We are engaging  the CTSA community to develop and advance existing and new models. Finally, we are creating tools to assist hubs execute best practices in data and resource dissemination.

EXPLORE OUR CURRENT PROJECTS

 

GET INVOLVED

  We are actively seeking community members to share data use agreements, and help us understand applicable use cases for our data discovery tools. Also, we would appreciate CTSAs being involved in the assessment of new and developing maturity models.

Signal your interest at cd2h.org/onboard