Research Projects

Longitudinal Evaluation Assessing Diabetes Risk (LEADR)

Objective: To discover risks for development of diabetes using a nationally compiled registry of electronic health record and health related data from primary care settings.

Team-based Safe Opioid Prescribing

Objective: To disseminate safe prescribing practices in primary care for patients on chronic opioid therapy experiencing chronic non-cancer related pain.

Native Women's Wellness

Objective: To test the efficacy of a culturally-tailored Contingency Management intervention to promote cigarette abstinence and weight loss among American Indian and Alaska Native women of reproductive age.

Improving Drug Safety across Primary Care Populations Using EHR Data (SAFE CARE)

Objective: To learn how to best use electronic health record (EHR) data across primary care practices for research on drug safety and on finding patients who are genetically susceptible to adverse drug events (pharmacogenomics). Part of the Northwest-Alaska Pharmacogenomic Research Network (PGRN).

How Well are Contraceptive Guidelines Followed? (CoACHD)

Objective: To measure national contraceptive guideline adherence among women of childbearing age with cardiovascular disease.

Practice Performance Registry

Objective: To pull clinical data from participating practices to allow the organizations and practices within the DARTNet Institute networks to compare their performance on many quality measures.

Collaborative National Network Examining Comparative Effectiveness Trials (CoNNECT)

Objective: To create the Collaborative National Network Examining Comparative effectiveness Trials (CoNNECT) by combining two existing national networks, the Collaborative Care Research Network (CCRN) and DARTNet. This is a demonstration project conducting comparative effectiveness research to contrast the effect of collaborative care models of mental health services delivery to regular care referrals to out-of-practice specialty mental health and substance abuse services.