The Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems (CRHTS) has a strong emphasis in systems engineering. This focuses on designing the remote health system to function under realistic environmental, regulatory and market conditions to successfully serve the needs of all stakeholders and to be reliable and productive throughout the complete life cycle. Researchers involved with systems engineering deal with issues related to scaling for population health such as usability, manufacturability, quality, cost, reliability, maintenance and risk management. CRHTS personnel includes engineers, computer scientists and psychologists with expertise in engineering design, advanced manufacturing, logistics and supply chain, human factors and behavioral science, cognitive science and engineering, operations research, simulation modeling and organizational theory. The center’s system design emphasis supports the triple aim of improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care.
Mark Benden, Environmental and Occupational Health
Satish Bukkapatnam, Manufacturing
Madhav Erraguntla, Systems Engineering
Thomas Ferris, Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering
Ranjana Mehta, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Farzan Sasangohar, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Mark Lawley, Systems Engineering
- Class 10,000 Cleanroom
- Chemistry Lab
- Prototype Lab
- Electronics Lab
- Biosafety Lab – Level 2
Disclaimer – Each Faculty Member has individual research laboratories, where they conduct specific research structured to their particular field.