The New York City Research and Improvement Networking Group (NYC RING)

Welcome to NYC RING

 

The New York City Research and Improvement Networking Group (NYC RING) is a practice-based research network (PBRN) sponsored by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Family & Social Medicine. We are one of only a few PBRNs in the US focused exclusively on the urban underserved.

We have access to a wide array of research, data, clinical and administrative resources available through the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. To date, NYC RING has built a partnership of 35 practices sponsored by five medical centers and one private practice, providing over 600,000 visits to primarily low-income, minority primary care patients.

 

2016 Convocation

The NYC RING Convocation is an annual gathering of NYC RING participating clinicians, researchers, and investigators from throughout partner sites. The event showcases the wide variety of practice-based research and quality improvement activities being conducted, and provides an opportunity to discuss opportunities for collaboration.

Featured Research

Using a Computer Adaptive Test to Identify Depressive Disorders in Primary Care 
PI: Arthur Blank, PhD
Type: Randomized Clinical Trial

Bronx Ongoing Pediatric Screening (BOPS) in the Medical Home
PI: Andrew Racine, MD PhD
Type: QI Initiative

Blacks and Exacerbations on LABA vs Tiotropium (BELT)
PI: Don Raum, MD
Type: Randomized Clinical Trial

 

 

 

Location

1300 Morris Park Ave - Mazer 405
Bronx, NY 10461
Office: 718.430.2023
Fax: 718.430.8816

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