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Mission Statement

The Technology Enabled Clinical Improvement (T.E.C.I.) Center team aims to transform human health and welfare through advances in sensor technology at the point of care supported by data science and personalized, data-driven performance metrics for healthcare providers.

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The Technology Enabled Clinical Improvement Center (T.E.C.I. Center), is a new Stanford Medicine entity (formed March 1, 2018). The center is directed by Carla M. Pugh, MD, PhD, FACS, an internationally recognized surgeon scientist who has received numerous medical and engineering awards for her research on the use of sensors to quantify hands-on clinical skills.

The research and technology development conducted in the T.E.C.I. Center has revealed previously unknown performance metrics regarding mastery in surgical operations and bedside procedures. The T.E.C.I. Center team aims to transform human health and welfare through advances in sensor technology at the point of care supported by data science and personalized, data-driven performance metrics for healthcare providers.

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