The creation of the Rothman Index was the commencement of our work
Ten years ago the Rothman brothers developed the Rothman Index (RI), which has emerged as the clinical gold standard for visualizing and trending patient condition. Today, the Rothman Society for Innovation and Research continues that work, created to house all research, testing and development related to the RI.
Our mission is open to all: whether a partner client of our sister organization PeraHealth, or an independent researcher keen to test the RI in an original research effort. We welcome anyone who wishes to collaborate and engage in rigorous scientific discussion around refining and improving the RI and its application.
News and Events
In order to improve health outcomes in our communities, we must harness the power and potential of data analytics and collaborative partnerships. Join us in Roanoke, Virginia for our partners at Carilion Clinic's "Transforming Healthcare with Data Symposium" this August.
The Rothman Index predicts patient deterioration across all disease categories. The research team is studying the use of the RI to screen for sepsis specifically.
In partnership with CHOC, the research team has recently submitted a paper on the RSIR model to predict 30-day unplanned readmissions for pediatrics.
Join us on September 6th, 2018 at 2 p.m.ET for our next PeraHealth webinar, Proactive Rounding Based on Clinical Surveillance: A Team Approach for Rapid Response and Improved Patient Outcomes. Hospitals nationwide are leveraging the RI to help reinvent the Rapid Response Team (RRT) model and drive earlier clinical intervention.
“One of the things that we’ve realized is how much more there is yet to learn. The Society is really the way that powers us forward.” - Michael Rothman, Chief Science Officer
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