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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...

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...

CommonHealth: Collecting, Storing and Sharing Health Records on Android Devices

Ida Sim, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, UCSF, Natalie Pageler, MD, CMIO, Stanford Children’s Health, and JP Pollak, PhD, Chief Product Officer, The Commons Project.  In April 2018 Apple introduced Health Records functionality to Apple Health, providing iOS users the ability to use their EMR portal logins to download, store, view and share clinical data. The promise of this...

Feeding the Precision Health Genetics Pipeline: Specimen Acquisition to Data Storage at UCLA

Christopher Denny, MD, UCLA Health.  The UCLA Institute of Precision Health is currently engaged in an effort to genotype 50,000 patients each year for the next three years.  To accrue sufficient patient specimens, a workflow consisting of electronic universal consent followed by retrieval of remnant blood specimens, has been created.  Genotype data are processed into vcf (variant call format)...

Using the Voluntary Universal Patient Identifier System

Barry Hieb, M.D., Chief Scientist, Global Patient Identifiers, Inc., Sponsor of the Voluntary Universal Healthcare Identifier Project. Accurate patient identification is a prerequisite for the information exchange envisioned as part of the Nationwide Health Information Network. Support for various patient consent and privacy paradigms is also a necessity. Join us for a discussion about how a private enterprise implementation...

Madison WI Emergency and Urgent Care HIE Saves Time and Money

Dave Lundal, V.P. & Regional CIO, SSM Integrated Health Technologies, SSM Health Care of Wisconsin, and Annette Fox, Director of Clinical Systems, Dean Health System and SSM of Wisconsin, describe a pilot project among area hospital emergency services and urgent cares. Dean Clinic, Group Health Cooperative, Meriter Hospital, St. Mary's Hospital, and UW Health now have electronic access to...

NYCLIX (New York Clinical Information Exchange) Program Update

Gilad Kuperman, MD, PhD, Board Chair. NYCLIX, Inc., is a RHIO in New York City which has developed a legal, technical and privacy infrastructure to interconnect its members, which include 10 academic medical centers, two faculty practice organizations and the largest home health agency in the country. The last report to Scottsdale about NYCLIX was in January 2008....