Centerstone Research Institute Secures $1.7 Million Federal Grant

New Funds Will Create and Evaluate Prevention Programs and Services for Adolescents at Risk for Substance Abuse and HIV/AIDS

Bloomington, Ind. and Nashville, Tenn.—Centerstone Research Institute (CRI), a company of Centerstone, the nation’s largest provider of community-based behavioral healthcare, today announced that it has secured a $1.7 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP). The five-year grant will be used to create and evaluate comprehensive, culturally sensitive, evidence-based services designed to prevent or reduce the onset of substance abuse and transmission of HIV/AIDS among adolescents, particularly within the African-American and Latino communities, in 13 counties in Middle Tennessee.

“Adolescents with substance abuse disorders are more likely to be sexually active, have greater numbers of partners, and initiate sexual activity at younger ages. Risky behaviors such as these contribute enormously to the spread of HIV/AIDS,” said Dennis Morrison, Ph.D., CEO of CRI. “The rate of HIV/AIDS infection among Tennessee’s young people is already very concerning. We hope that, by offering culturally accessible resources to help adolescents prevent and combat substance abuse, we can ultimately assist in reducing the transmission of HIV/AIDS throughout Middle Tennessee.”

Indiana University Health Center launches NoMoreClipboard.com online personal health record

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Feb. 23, 2009

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana University Health Center launched an online personal health record (PHR) solution for students at the IU Bloomington campus today (Feb. 23). IU is sponsoring the NoMoreClipboard.com PHR, making it easy for students and their families to share medical information with the health center.

“Our student population is extremely Web-savvy, and filling out patient registration forms in a clinic waiting room might strike them as antiquated and inefficient,” said Pete Grogg, associate director at the IU Health Center. “With NoMoreClipboard, students can create a secure, password-protected personal health record that includes their medications, allergies, current and past conditions and other important medical information. Soon, students will also be able to import medical information from the Health Center electronic health record system into their PHR after a visit.”

HealthBridge and HealthLINC Participate in NHIN2 Demonstration

Trudi Matthews September 24, 2008 Collaborative Partnership Using Axolotl’s Technology to Further the Nation’s Goal to Interconnect Healthcare Cincinnati, OH; Bloomington, IN, September 24, 2008 – HealthBridge, the nation’s largest health information exchange (HIE) operating in greater Cincinnati and northern … Read More

2005 Presentations

2005 E-Health Vision: Improving Healthcare in Southern Indiana Through Collaboration—April 28, 2005 IHIF Innovention Todd Rowland, MD E-Health Collaboration: Hospital and Community Perspectives—June 21, 2005 Methodist Peoria Site Visit Todd Rowland, MD Technology for a New Century of Medical Excellence—July … Read More

Podcast-Electronic Health Records

Denny Morrison from the Center for Behavioral Health and Dr. Todd Rowland from Bloomington Hospital discuss changes in electronic health records and how federal and state initiatives can affect those systems. Listen Now NoonEdition:  A Production of WFIU Public Radio

New Foundation Awards $16 Million for Physician Education, Patient Safety, and to Improve Health Care Quality

Physicians’ Foundation for Health Systems Excellence November 7, 2005 (DALLAS) — Patients with chronic illnesses will receive better health care, new technology will enhance patient safety and quality of care, and working, uninsured patients will receive timely, quality physician care … Read More

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