Dr. Harlan Krumholz is a cardiologist, leading research scientist and Professor of Medicine at Yale school of medicine where he has been on the faculty since 1992. A pioneer in the development of the field of outcomes research, his groundbreaking contributions to science have directly led to improvements in healthcare outcomes for patients and populations. He is the founder and Director of the Yale New Haven Hospital Center for outcomes research and evaluation. He has published over 1000 articles and is one of the most prolific and highly cited researchers in the world.
Kindred @ Hugohealth.com is a site to help collect and store medical records and connect with others. In addition, he discussed the Yale LISTEN study which aims to study subgroups of people identified with similar characteristics.
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