The Regenstrief Institute will break ground Wednesday on a new Indianapolis headquarters. The Regenstrief Foundation and the Indiana University School of Medicine are contributing a total of $6 million toward the project. October 6, 2014

News Release


When: Wednesday, September 8, 2014 at 4 pm.

What: Groundbreaking for new headquarters of the Regenstrief Institute, a global leader in biomedical informatics, aging and health services research.

Who: Remarks by:

Leonard Betley, J.D., life director and former president, Regenstrief Foundation

Jay Hess, M.D., Ph.D., dean IU School of Medicine and IU vice president for university clinical affairs

William Tierney, M.D., president, Regenstrief Institute

Where: Indianapolis

Why: The Regenstrief Institute is a nonprofit medical research organization dedicated to improving the quality, cost-effectiveness and outcomes of health care. Due in large measure to innovations from Regenstrief, metropolitan Indianapolis is among the most health-wired areas in the United States. The Institute's work — on the aging brain, electronic medical records, health information exchange, pain, stroke, dementia, delirium, medical education, doctor-patient communication, public health, global health, patient safety, patient satisfaction, delivery of care, post-hospitalization care of older adults — impacts patients and their families throughout Indiana, across the United States and around the globe.

Source: Regenstrief Institute

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