De-identified electronic health records data is being used in a small Minnesota town to monitor the heart health of its population and to reduce risk factors for cardiovascular disease.
In 2009, Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, along with Allina Health, New Ulm Medical Center and the community of New Ulm, began a 10-year population health research project to learn if heart attacks and heart disease risk factors could be decreased through collaborative efforts.
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