The 12 distinct research networks that make up DARTNet Institute offer access to approximately 12.5 million patient visits per year, 5 million patient lives, and approximately five billion data points. The partner organizations have access to our clinical tools to help improve their practice and their patient outcomes.
Learn more about joining as a network.
AppNet – Appalachian Research Network – rural primary care PBRN affiliated with East Tennessee State University.
eNQUIRENet – Electronic National Quality Improvement and Research Network – the original DARTNet network, has primary care members throughout the U.S. eNQUIRENet is a part of the American Academy of Family Physicians National Research Network.
CoNNECT – Collaborative National Network Examining Comparative effectiveness Trials – focuses on primary care practices that have onsite and integrated mental health providers
CCPC – Connecticut Center for Primary Care – focuses on primary care practices in Connecticut
FREENet – Free Clinic Research & Educational Engagement Network – a PBRN of Free Clinics (ambulatory care settings)
– a community-based PBRN focused on health disparities
reduction in Southern California
MAFPRN – Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians Research Network
NCNC - North Carolina Network Consortium - made up of seven primary care research networks in North Carolina that work collaboratively to improve patient outcomes through research on the delivery of high quality, safe, and cost-efficient primary care, and to support the dissemination of the resulting information to the healthcare workforce
SAFTINet – Scalable Architecture For Federated Therapeutic Inquiries Network – a network of safety net organizations such as community health centers
STARNet – South Texas Ambulatory Research Network – primary care PBRN located in South Texas
UNYNet – Upstate New York Practice Based Research Network – a network of family medicine, pediatric medicine, and internal medicine sites in western New York.
WPRN – WWAMI region Practice and Research Network – a network of primary care practices serving Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho
DI Networks are among the most innovative and forward-thinking research networks around. The DI networks have access to our
to help improve their practice and their patient outcomes. In addition, all DI networks appoint one of their staff to represent their network on the DI research steering committee.
Networks must include clinical healthcare organizations that have EHRs and that have the ability to pull data, either by themselves or by a third-party vendor.
Learn more about how you can help keep this momentum building. Call Debbie Graham, MSPH, DI COO, at 1-800-434-0278 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.