WHAT WE DO

The Surgical Critical Care Initiative (SC2i) is a Uniformed Services University center that leverages legacy information from service members and critically ill civilian and military patients to develop biomarker-driven clinical decision support tools (CDSTs) for the critically ill with the goal of improving clinical outcomes and reducing costs across the injury/disease cycle.

In the broader sense, our vision is to provide the best possible lifetime care to our service members and their families by using an integrated model with the best technology available, public/private partnerships, and decision support technology to pioneer a new model of Surgical Critical Care focused on process and lifetime outcomes.

FEDERAL & NON-FEDERAL INSTITUTIONS

Established in 2013 and funded by the Department of Defense’s Defense Health Agency, we are a collection of seven Federal and non-Federal entities: three DoD-funded entities, two civilian academic institutions and trauma centers, an organization that creates foundational mathematics, and a foundation devoted to military medical research.

FEDERAL

NON-FEDERAL

  • Emory University School of Medicine
  • Duke University School of Medicine
  • Decision Q
  • Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine

 

PROGRAM CONTACT INFORMATION

If you are an academic institution, hospital, critical care providers, or EMR vendor interested in working with us, please contact:

MATHEW BROWN

SC2i Program Coordinator
mathew.brown.ctr@usuhs.edu