Mission: Arbor research collaborative for health is committed to improving patient care through research that shapes medical policies and practice. In particular, arbor research conducts health outcomes research on chronic disease and end-stage organ failure with expertise in biostatistical analysis, clinical practice, health economics, public policy, database management and integration, and project coordination. Through research projects that are national and global in scope, arbor research's scientific collaborations provide valuable and timely information to the worldwide health care community.
Programs: Dopps - the dopps program collects data on patients across the globe, leverages extensive longitudinal data to emphasize the effects of clinical practice patterns on patient outcomes, and adjusts outcomes measures for patient comorbidities and adjusted to a greater extent than previously possible.
hp3: the health policy and practice program area promotes the mission of arbor research by providing technical and scientific expertise to improve the delivery of health care and payment policies through impartial analysis with program evaluations, quality measurement, new approaches to payment models and kidney disease policy in potentially important implications for public policy and the quality and efficiency of health care in the united states.
sdcc: multi-disciplinary team of clinicians, biostatisticians, project managers, analysts, clinical monitors, project support personnel, and medical editors that form a project management nexus to allow busy investigators separated by miles and time zones to collaboratively pursue clinical research excellence.
other: health outcomes research on chronic disease and end-stage organ failure, with expertise in biostatistical analysis, clinical practice, health economics, public policy, database management and integration, and project coordination.