Title of Paper

EHR 2.0 ̶ From Data to Information

Session Type

Panel

Topic

Health Information Technology and Usability

Location

Auditorium

Start Date

30-10-2015 8:30 AM

End Date

30-10-2015 10:00 AM

Abstract

As healthcare organizations and providers struggle to adapt to the available information systems, it is apparent that there is a lot that remains to be done to deliver on the promise of healthcare technology. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s “Triple Aim” initiative of better quality, lower cost and improved population health cannot succeed without such innovation. A distinguished panel of Health Informatics physician executives from leading healthcare systems in the region will meet to discuss the challenges, present ideas and share their vision of what the new health care information management will look like in the coming years. There is a common thread that runs through all these subjects – how do we take the next step to making the electronic health record more meaningful to the provider, the patient and the caregiver? The panel will discuss what it will take to make the next generation of HIT tools to serve as a platform to deliver context appropriate information and interventions that make it intuitive and easier to capture the right data and deliver the right information to all users. There will be time for a question and answer session in an interactive format for the audience as well.

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Oct 30th, 8:30 AM Oct 30th, 10:00 AM

EHR 2.0 ̶ From Data to Information

Auditorium

As healthcare organizations and providers struggle to adapt to the available information systems, it is apparent that there is a lot that remains to be done to deliver on the promise of healthcare technology. The Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s “Triple Aim” initiative of better quality, lower cost and improved population health cannot succeed without such innovation. A distinguished panel of Health Informatics physician executives from leading healthcare systems in the region will meet to discuss the challenges, present ideas and share their vision of what the new health care information management will look like in the coming years. There is a common thread that runs through all these subjects – how do we take the next step to making the electronic health record more meaningful to the provider, the patient and the caregiver? The panel will discuss what it will take to make the next generation of HIT tools to serve as a platform to deliver context appropriate information and interventions that make it intuitive and easier to capture the right data and deliver the right information to all users. There will be time for a question and answer session in an interactive format for the audience as well.