HPRC will utilize Information Technology (IT) and Innovation to transform patient information to a data warehouse through data acquisition, analysis, and reporting. We will use our epidemiology surveillance and informatics system to collect pertinent individual and family health information. This tool will allow for data collection from remote locations and will support multilingual data acquisition. The information gathered will be used to determine risk factors associated with diseases and formulate protective factors that can protect people against disease. An electronic registry and data capturing tool can support epidemiologists and toxicologists to capture high quality, scientific data. This, in turn, can uncover causes of disease breakouts and the means of its prevention; these intervention and disease control activities thus improve health and the safety of its patients. Additionally, clinic and hospital registries, blogs, mobile technology, and social media will be used as ways to collect data; monitor and review results on clinical outcomes; analyze results and transform clinical outcomes to policy-based outcomes. Mobile applications and data repositories will be created to store all information that can be used for the facilitation of longitudinal studies. Patient disease registries will be used to collect secondary data related to specific conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, and co-morbidities, such as hypertension and diabetes. This will allow for more extensive data capture and complex datasets, which will be accessible online.