2D4H – Secondary Data for Healthcare Research, is a research group of CINTESIS constituted by a multidisciplinary team of specialists in Computer Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, Economy and Medicine, with the competences and the experience in the reutilization of secondary data for services and health research and completely committed to addressing the societal challenges related to demography, health and well-being.
The main objective of the group is to develop research that promotes data reutilization for research; health services performance assessment (including the dimensions of effectiveness, efficiency and equality, and the different purposes, such as benchmarking); data quality analysis and the development of tools for detecting problems and improving quality of data; the spatio-temporal characterization of the “weight” of a disease; and research on clinical codification.
Non-Doctorate Integrated Researchers
Andre Luis Charro Ramalho
António da Luz Pereira
Fernando José Oliveira Lopes
João Augusto Pinho da Costa das Neves Viana
João Vasco Nunes dos Santos
Jorge Abel Jácome Gomes
Júlio Cesar Botelho de Souza
Manuel António Gonçalves de Pinho
Maria Isabel de Sousa Garcia Lema
Mariana Fernandes Lobo
Vera Lúcia Alonso Pires