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Applications:
Medical Informatics, Mobile Devices, Precision Health
Methodologies:
Artificial Intelligence, Data Collection Design, Data Management, Database Systems and Infrastructure
Relevant Projects:

UNDERSTANDING AND ADDRESSING VARIATION IN HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS AFTER DURABLE VENTRICULAR ASSIST DEVICE THERAPY (AHRQ: R01HS026003); NOVEL ASSESSMENTS OF TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL CARDIAC SURGERY QUALITY (NHLBI: R01HL146619).


Dr. Donald S. Likosky

Professor of Cardiac Surgery

Dr. Likosky is a Professor, Head of the Section of Health Services Research and Quality in the Department of Cardiac Surgery at Michigan Medicine and faculty member at the Center for Healthcare Outcomes and Policy. Dr. Likosky’s work currently focuses on leveraging: (i) mobile health technology to identify objective and scalable measures for mitigating post-surgical morbidities, and (ii) computer vision to identify objective and scalable measures of important intraoperative technical skills and non-technical practices.