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Universal EMR Consent Form at Northwestern, Part II

Thomas Moran, MD, VP & Chief Medical Information Executive, and Rayan Venkatesh, Program Director, Corporate Compliance & Integrity, Northwestern Medicine.  Interoperability, information exchange, data analytics and the ability to use and share information is critical to patient care.  Healthcare providers and patients need this data exchange process to work seamlessly but face many challenges presented by data subject to more protective measures than...

Adopting a Virtual Process for Provider EMR Optimization Training at Kaiser Permanente

Ken Robinson, MD, Physician Lead, Systems Solutions and Deployment, and Melody Boehm, Director, Business Optimization, Kaiser Permanente.  In an effort to create a more iterative and scalable provider EHR optimization training program, Kaiser Permanente Southern California created a virtual program focused on working through single pain points in the EHR based on provider feedback. Dr. Robinson and Melody discuss how they created a...

EMR Adoption Training for Providers at Northern Light Health

Michael Ross, MD, FAAP, FACMI, Regional Medical Information Officer, Northern Light Health.  Dr. Ross discusses the process at Northern Light Health (NLH) which focuses on increasing provider adoption through post-adoption training classes.  We’ll discuss the use of survey and EMR-user-experience tools to gather data on those attending adoption classes, demonstrating improvements in provider efficiency and patient access.  He also discusses the importance of...

Enhanced use of EMRs at Ascension

Meena Iyer, MD, CMO, Dell Children’s Medical Center, Ascension Health.  Electronic medical record (EMR) use in healthcare has come a long way in today’s health systems.  There are several features in the EMR that make patient care easy, efficient and safe. One of the biggest accomplishments Dell Children’s has achieved in their EMR is “CORES,” a feature that helps...

Leveraging Analytics to Drive Greater Value from your EMR Platform

Brian Doty, Principal, Casey Graves, Principal, and Dan Kinsella, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP.  Digitization of the electronic medical record from 2010 to the present was largely driven by economic incentives of the HITECH Act.  These "too big to fail" projects were not often scoped to consider innovative ways of working.  As a result, many organizations today struggle to...

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery through EMR Integration

Stacey Johnston, MD, Associate CMIO for Hospitalist Informatics, and Megan Argabright, Clinical Informaticist, Baptist Health (Jacksonville FL).  Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) is an evidence-based interdisciplinary care delivery model that focuses on quickly moving the evidence developed from surgical research to bedside patient care, making a more immediate positive impact on patient recovery. Designed to reduce perioperative stress, maintain...

SMART on FHIR: Integrating HIE Data into EMR Workflow, Part III

Titus Schleyer, DMD, PhD, Research Scientist, Regenstrief Institute, and Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Indiana University, and Jason Schaffer, MD, IU Health. How do you integrate data from a community health information exchange effectively and efficiently into an EMR?  Our FHIR-based app, called CareView, for connecting the Indiana Network for Patient Care with the Cerner EMR is now in its...

Data Science Applied to EMR Data

William W. Feaster, MD, MBA, CPE, FAAP, CHIO, Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC). Dr. Feaster discusses why CHOC Children's Hospital prioritized the development of both population health management technologies and data science capabilities, describes how data science can be used to improve quality and safety and reduce unnecessary and costly utilization of services in capitated populations, and provides...

EMRs and Beyond: Current Trends and Future Tech

Colin Buckley, Senior Analyst, Paul Warburton, Senior Analyst, and Sam Eaquinto, Senior Analyst, KLAS. US hospital EMR market share and emerging buying trends: In 2017, 216 acute care hospitals contracted for a new EMR, with 1 - 200 bed hospitals accounting for the vast majority (80%) of these decisions. And looking beyond EMRs, providers are seeking new emerging technologies...

Universal EMR Consent Form at Northwestern

Tom Moran, MD, Vice President & Chief Medical Information Executive, and Laurel Fleming, JD, Director, Corporate Compliance & Integrity and Chief Privacy Executive, Northwestern Medicine. In this era of value-based care, information exchange and data analytics, the ability to use and share patient care information is critical. Healthcare providers, however, continue to face challenges presented by data subject to...