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“From a research standpoint with CHOT we see opportunities to expand beyond the focus of direct to consumer telemedicine projects to research other use cases and expansion of telemedicine to support population health and other initiatives as well.”

Robert Berstein, MD

Vice President of Clinical Affairs

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American Society of Anesthesiologists

“CHOT is a valuable resource to the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and the physician committee responsible for developing and disseminating a base of knowledge around the perioperative surgical home (PSH). There is a real and effective synergy between the CHOT researchers and ASA’s in-house research staff. The CHOT research and reports were the perfect combination of academic rigor and objective qualitative information that was instantly relevant and useful to enhance the productivity of ASA’s concept development phase.”

Thomas Miller, PhD, MBA

Director of Health Policy Research

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Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

“Collaborations and quality improvement efforts between Children’s Emory and Georgia Institute of Technology.”

Harold Simon, MD, MBA

Associate Director, Division of Emergency Medicine

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Texas Children’s Hospital

“At Texas Children’s we find CHOT to be an important venue to focus research on hospitals themselves and how we can improve the ability to serve our patients. The methodical and rigorous nature with which CHOT studies these subject areas provides reliable and valuable conclusions which we use to make decisions.”

Alec King, MBA

Senior Vice President, Finance

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Texas Children’s Pediatrics

“It has been a pleasure working with the team from CHOT. The projects have helped our organization think differently and helped to develop strategies. The research team has always been very responsive and helped to educate our leadership team on the use of data.”

Kay Tittle