Decision Models and Technology in Psychiatry
This presentation will describe current and future directions of Brigham &Women's Hospital's Pain Intervention and Digital Research (Pain-IDR) Program.
Overall, the Pain-IDR’s goal is to define quantitative phenotypes of chronic pain conditions.
In particular, we seek to define clinically-relevant changes in functional status, an index of a patient’s physical, emotional, and social wellbeing.
By using brain-imaging, digital phenotypes, and electronic medical records we aim to define clinically-relevant decision models that improve the way we assess and treat patients with chronic pain conditions.
- Dr. Daniel Barron, Director, Pain Intervention and Digital Research Program, Brigham & Women's Hospital