Helping physicians, health care teams and hospitals improve patient care.
We help physicians, health care teams and hospitals use data to gain insights into patient care and improve patient outcomes.
The GEMINI study collects, formats, standardizes and analyzes clinical data from hospitals with the aim of improving how healthcare is delivered. GEMINI is a unique big data collaborative supporting cutting-edge quality improvement and research projects. Our team of clinicians, researchers and data scientists generate novel insights about acute and chronic diseases and highlight opportunities to make hospital care safer and more effective.
Data collected from the GEMINI study supports the Ontario General Medicine Quality Improvement Network (GeMQIN), a program of Ontario Health (Quality). This network brings general medicine physicians and care teams together to learn new ways to improve patient care and reduce variation in care. It also helps to address provincial priorities such as reducing hallway health care.
Leaders in big data analytics and research
Housed at Unity Health Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital, the GEMINI study is supported by our partners at the Ontario General Medicine Quality Improvement Network (GeMQIN), Ontario Health, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Sinai Health System, Trillium Health Partners, and the University Health Network.
With these key partners, the GEMINI team leads initiatives in big data analytics and artificial intelligence that support clinical care improvement. Interested in becoming a GEMINI partner? Contact us today!
What are the Benefits of Participating in GEMINI and GeMQIN?
Contribute to Canada’s COVID-19 response. Participate in a data-driven community of practice involving 30+ Ontario hospitals to share best practices, identify key scientific questions, and obtain informative data and analytics
Investigators at participating sites can lead research projects using collected GEMINI study data
Receive personalized, confidential, physician-level practice reports for all general medicine staff physicians (MyPractice: General Medicine reports)
Receive a confidential hospital-level report showing risk-adjusted comparisons for key metrics between participating hospitals
Data collected from the GEMINI study supports the Ontario General Medicine Quality Improvement Network (GeMQIN), a program of Ontario Health (Quality).
Partner with us today!