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Leveraging Patient Reported Data to Improve Patient Outcomes at Intermountain

Lee Pierce, Chief Data Officer, and Stephen Hunter PT, DPT, OCS, Intermountain Healthcare. Intermountain Healthcare developed a system for collecting and reporting clinical outcomes for patients receiving physical therapy called ROMS (Rehabilitation Outcomes Management System).  Using patient reported outcomes in clinical decision making, collected over the past 18 years using this application, the practice has been shown to improve...

Integrating Patient-Reported Outcomes into Clinical Workflow

Ida Sim, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, UCSF.  Recording patient reported outcomes (PROs) in real time between visits, versus by patient recall during visits, allows patients to monitor and self-manage their health and capture a more comprehensive picture of their health status and overall health experience.  Despite the value of this clinical information, PRO use in primary care is...

EMR Patient Safety Effectiveness Study: Medical Errors Still Persist

David Classen, MD, CMIO, Pascal Metrics, and Professor of Medicine, University of Utah, and A Jay Holmgren, Doctoral Candidate in Health Policy and Management, Harvard University and Harvard Business School. As reported recently in StatNews, a major reason for the widespread adoption of electronic health records was to reduce human error in prescribing medicines, as software built in to the...

Patient Engagement Platform at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Pete Stetson, MD, MA, CHIO, Deputy Physician-in-Chief, and Kevin Shannon, Director - Solutions Architect, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.  In 2015 MSK began a journey to build a robust, user-friendly and secure platform to collect patient reported data for clinical and research purposes. The end result, MSK Engage, is MSK’s electronic questionnaire tool enabling the collection and visualization of...

Patient Portal Success at Virginia Mason

Jim Bender, MD, Medical Director Clinical Informatics, Virginia Mason. Engaging patients in the use of an online portal has been a key strategic goal at Virginia Mason in Seattle for the last several years. To date, half of current patients have active portal accounts. Join Dr. Jim Bender in a discussion that reviews the history of the project, and...

Privacy Breaches: How Protected is Your Patient’s Sensitive Health and Personal Data?

Russ Rudish, Amry Junaideen and Rena Mears, Deloitte Consulting. Recently the press has reported numerous breaches of patient records and health care data. An increasing number of health care providers associated with these breaches are being held accountable at a cost of millions of dollars. How can you protect patient data more effectively? We discuss: maintaining security while providing...

Closed-Loop Processes to Facilitate Transparency and Enhance Patient Safety

Donna Willeumier, Administrator Safety and Regulatory Compliance, and Kate Kovich, Director Patient Safety and Regulatory Compliance, Advocate HealthCare, Oakbrook, IL, describe how Advocate uses technology to facilitate patient safety lessons learned sharing. Root cause, apparent cause and common cause analyses are performed and reported in standardized reports. The lessons learned from the cause analyses are shared online so...

Karthik Raja

Karthik serves as SVP-Analytics and Chief Data Science Officer for Ascension and leads the Ascension Data Science Institute (ADSI); a uniquely skilled, high-performing team of analysts, data scientists and actuaries that will develop analyses, models and applications and aid in the strategic decision making  process to support Ascension’s strategic priorities. This includes optimizing Ascension’s operations; enhancing its footprint; improving...

PROMs at Every Clinic?  It Depends.  Applying Lessons of Over Five Years of PROMs Implementations at Partners

Peter Meyers, Director, Patient Reported Outcome Measures, Partners HealthCare (Mass General Brigham).  Peter presents the findings of Medical Director Rachel C. Sisodia’s recent study of Partners six years of implementing Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) across their Harvard-affiliated health system.  This teleconference reviews the factors behind both successful and failed PROMs clinic implementations.  This discussion also presents the changes made to establish...

Lonny Northrup

Lonny Northrup
Lonny Northrup is a Senior Medical Informaticist, Intermountain Healthcare. For several years, Lonny has lead innovation efforts to advance Intermountain’s substantial data and analytics capabilities to improve healthcare outcomes and reduce costs. Lonny collaborates regularly with the other leading healthcare providers across the country to accelerate the discovery and adoption of the most impactful data and analytic solutions. As...