The Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering works collaboratively with an array of partners to help direct, advance and disseminate healthcare delivery research and education.  These partners include:

  • National Association Partners, who help provide essential information on priority issues, make the requisite connections with key industry stakeholders, and provide an important dissemination channel for sharing results
  • Research Partners, who open their environments to research, give clinical feedback during projects, and help ensure real-world applicability of results and impact
  • Academic Partners, who help promote the field of health systems engineering, share research results, showcase educational advancements, and promote employment opportunities
  • Founding Partners, who helped launch the center and continue to provide strategic guidance

For more information on becoming a partner, contact the Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering at

National Association Partners

Research Partners

 Academic Partners

Founding Partners

The Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering (RCHE) was established in 2004 with a several million dollar multi-year award from the Regenstrief Foundation. RCHE has a rich history of support from multiple instrumental partners who help shaped RCHE in its formative years.

Community Health Network Community Health Network — A leading non-profit health system with five hospitals and more than 70 sites of care in central Indiana.
Indiana State Department of Health Indiana State Department of Health — Promoting, protecting, and providing for the health of Hoosiers in their communities.
IU Medical Group IU Medical Group — A practice of more than 135 physicians at 17 clinics.
IU School of Medicine IU School of Medicine — The provider of medical education in Indiana, with more than 1,000 MD and PhD students.
Mayo Clinic Mayo Clinic — The first and largest integrated, non-profit group practice in the world.
Regenstrief Foundation Regenstrief Foundation — A private foundation that focuses its activities and financial support on the improvement of healthcare through medical research and process improvement.
St. Vincent Hospital St. Vincent Health — The state's largest healthcare employer with more than 3,000 physicians. St. Vincent operates 16 health ministries serving 45 counties in central Indiana.
US Dept. of Veteran Affairs U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs — Including the Roudebush Veterans’ Administration Medical Center, designed to enhance the VA’s capacity to implement and sustain evidence-based practice.
Ascension Health Ascension Health — A Catholic, mission-focused organization and the nation's largest nonprofit health system with more than 100,000 associates and health facilities in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
ACP American College of Physicians — The largest medical-specialty organization and second-largest physician group in the United States.
AHA American Hospital Association — The national organization that represents and serves all types of hospitals, health care networks, and their patients and communities.
Indiana Hospital Association Indiana Hospital Association — The professional trade association for 167 Hoosier hospitals and health systems.
Indiana State Department of Health Indiana State Department of Health — Promoting, protecting and providing for the health of Hoosiers in their communities.

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