Continued: Health informatics
About the CoEE
The CoEE program uses state and non-state funds to create advanced research centers at the state’s three senior research universities (Clemson University, University of South Carolina and Medical University of South Carolina) and to enhance economic and employment opportunities in the state. Leading scientists and researchers, such as Snyder, are recruited to lead the centers.
The CoEE in Clinical Effectiveness and Patient Safety is supporting the development of a statewide network of simulation centers called HealthCare Simulation South Carolina. The centers provide clinical training to medical, nursing and allied health students as well as continuing education for practicing healthcare professionals.
Health Sciences South Carolina, a public-private partnership created to improve healthcare in the state, is also a major partner in the Health Care Simulation South Carolina network and in the CoEE in Clinical Effectiveness and Patient Safety.