Cardiovascular Outcomes Research
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in San Mateo County, accounting for one in four deaths. This program, with a $2 million fundraising goal over the next three years, will fund outcomes research to evaluate services, monitor patient progress, assess new treatments and improve internal quality control by leveraging our data management technology.
Building an integrated system to collect and analyze patient outcome data in the short term, could assist providers throughout Sutter Health to determine the best interventions based on evidence-based medical treatment and surgical procedures over the long term. Sutter Health, the nonprofit partner with Mills-Peninsula, will also be matching the first $400,000 of your generous gifts, thereby doubling the impact of your generosity.
- Multidisciplinary, integrated approach to patient care and consistent care management
- Information system connectivity and digital technology across all care sites
- Research to improve care and clinically manage the patient’s health by assessing the effectiveness of new treatments and equipment to effectively respond to patient needs and address complications
- Disseminate evidence-based practices for improving the overall health outcomes of patients treated for cardiovascular disease
- Physicians sharing technology information systems for better care coordination and patient experience
To find out more about the cardiovascular outcomes research and ways in which you can support this important research, please contact John Loder, president of Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-696-5958 or Lauri Medeiros, Regional Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at email@example.com or 650-696-7857.
Make a donation to the cardiovascular outcomes research