Machine learning-based clinical decision support (ML-CDS) tools hold enormous promise to simultaneously improve clinical care and reduce clinician burden. ML-CDSs can streamline the process of identifying the right care for the right patient and presenting that information to providers at the right time. However, many challenges with ML-CDS still exist, and these tools require monitoring during and after implementation to ensure that they are functioning correctly. This toolkit... Read more
We seek to transform advance innovate healthcare delivery and population health
We conduct health systems research that partners University of Wisconsin faculty with healthcare and community organizations to improve health across the state and nation.
Health Innovation Program Response to COVID-19
With the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Innovation Program researchers are quickly adapting their projects to support the state of Wisconsin and help those in the front line of the battle against COVID-19.
Learn about the different ways HIP is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic here.
Sharing to transform health and healthcare
HIP supports the development and dissemination of tools for evidence-based health system and healthcare change through its website, HIPxChange. On HIPxChange, you’ll find tools to improve patient and family engagement, transitions in care, mental health, cancer screening and care, research tools, and more. Learn more
Our vision is to be the leading organization in the nation that integrates health systems research with clinical practice and community programs. Learn more
We are housed within the University of Wisconsin - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health.
HIP brings together investigators, trainees, and staff from a variety of schools and departments across the University of Wisconsin - Madison to examine current health care issues and identify ways to transform healthcare.
HIP provides investigators the resources they need to conduct health services research and work with our partners—from developing study ideas to disseminating results.
We are frequently looking for faculty, staff, and students to assist us in a variety of projects.