Data Impact Challenge II Teams

CASPAR (Consortium of Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs Against Resistance)

CASPARTeam bio: We are representatives from Antimicrobial Stewardship Programs at Michael Garron Hospital, Niagara Health System, Sinai Health System, and University Health Network. We joined forces to gain cross-organizational insights into antimicrobial stewardship.

Entries: Question 2, Question 5

ICES Western

ICES WesternTeam bio: We are an interdisciplinary team of physicians, biostatisticians, and epidemiologists with a vision to create information that increases healthcare efficiency and improves patient safety.

Entry: Question 1

Island Health Analytics

Island HealthTeam bio: Island Health Analytics: We are a dedicated group of physicians, clinicians, data architects, and informaticians who are using health data to improve efficiency and quality of care of people on Vancouver Island and the surrounding region.

Entry: Question 2

Manitoba Primary Care Research Network

MaPCReNTeam bio: Manitoba Primary Care Research Network (MaPCReN), the University of Manitoba’s affiliate of the Canadian Primary Care Research Network (CPCSSN)

Entries: Question 2, Question 4

MOXXI-McGill

MOXXI-McGillTeam bio: We are a group of researchers from the McGill Clinical and Health Informatics (MCHI) group specializing in the use of e-technologies to improve the safety and quality of health care.

Entry: Question 4

Ontario Opioid Investigators

OpioidTeam bio:Researchers at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) with expertise in real-world drug utilization, policy, safety and effectiveness research.

Entries: Question 6

SAS

SASTeam bio:SAS is committed to delivering empowering knowledge through the use of data in healthcare. The growth in the availability of unstructured, self-reported health data is one area of focus that SAS is pioneering to improve health outcomes.

Entry: Question 3

Team BUGS

Team BUGSTeam bio:We are a team of data fanatics dedicated to systematic improvements in antimicrobial use for patients.

Entry: Question 2