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2003 Fall Forum

October 16, 2003 - October 17, 2003

MD Anderson Cancer Center
Houston, TX
October 16-17, 2003
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PRESENTATIONS

Thursday, Oct 16, 7:30am – 8:30am

  • Breakfast, Welcome, and Video tourDr. David Callender [PowerPoint format – 18,836 kb], EVP and COO, and Leon Leach [PowerPoint format – 2,840 kb], Executive Vice President, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center

Thursday, Oct 16, 8:30am – 10:00am

  • On the Road to CPOE: What can you do now ?” [PowerPoint format – 618kb]Donald Crandall, MD, Vice President, Clinical Informatics, Trinity Health, Farmington Hills, MI, Presenter. Dr. Crandall tells us what Trinity has accomplished in medication management while CPOE is still on the horizon. Panelists will comment on their experiences and facilitate an open discussion.David Classen, MD, Vice President, First Consulting Group, Salt Lake City, UTDon Rucker, MD, Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Siemens Medical Solutions, USA, Malvern, PA

    Michael Shabot, MD, Medical Director, Enterprise Information Systems, and Chief of Staff, Cedars Sinai Health System, Los Angeles, CA

Thursday, Oct 16, 10:30am – 11:30am

  • Breakout SessionsSESSION 1: “Using Human Factors Criteria to Select and Deploy IT” [PowerPoint format – 395kb], Todd R. Johnson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Health Information Sciences, Presenter. This session will provide an overview and discussion of tools and approaches that build on the science of device usability testing and how to apply them to healthcare IT strategy, selection, and deployment.PANELISTS:Jiajie Zhang [PowerPoint format – 78kb], Ph.D., Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Research, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Health Information Sciences, Houston, TX

    Constance M. Johnson, RN, M.S., Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Health Information Sciences, Houston, TX

    Kathy Rapala [PowerPoint format – 132kb], RN, JD, Director of Risk Management and Patient Safety, Clarian Health Partners, Indianapolis, IN

    Kate Peterson, Principal, Human Centered Strategies, Minneapolis, MN

    SESSION 2: “Security in an Increasingly Hostile World” [PowerPoint format – 371kb]

    Lew Wagner [WORD format – 24kb], Director, Information Security, M.D. Anderson, Presenter, Houston, TX – Selling Your InfoSec Program with Return On Investment (ROI) [PowerPoint format – 213kb]

    Todd Peterson System Support CIO, Sutter Health, Sacramento, CA – The Sutter Health – SI Member Security Assessment: results and next steps [PowerPoint format – 395kb],

Thursday Oct 16, 11:30am – 1:30pm

  • Technology Fair and LunchExecutive participants will see demos and be able to interact directly with systems and users during the informal buffet lunch. Featured systems and their presenters include the following:ClinicStation: Dr. Kevin McEnery, Associate Professor in Diagnostic Imaging, and Jeannie Fragnoli, Senior Business Process Consultant, Management Information SystemsMOSAIC (EMR Nursing Documentation): Sharon McLane, Coordinator, Nursing Management Systems, Nursing Administration, and Angela Witt, Manager, Enterprise Applications, Management Information Systems

    Close Call Reporting System (aviation model, developed under AHRQ grant): Sherry Martin, Vice President, Quality Management
    Close Call Reporting System [WORD format – 48kb]
    Close Call Reporting System Features Overview [WORD format – 42kb]
    The University of Texas Center of Excellence in Patient Safety Research and Practice: Translating Safety Practices from Aviation to Healthcare [WORD format – 31kb]

    EMR (iKnowMed Oncology Physician Documentation) Ron Walters, MD, Associate Professor, Breast Medical Oncology OCTOBER 16, 2003

    FReD (Funded Research Database): Maureen Cagley, Director of Planning and Resource Management, CIO Office

    PICIS (Critical care EMR): Dr. Greg Botz, Associate Professor, Critical Care, and Irene Powell, Senior Business Process Consultant, Management Information Systems

    myMDAnderson.org (Patient Portal): Alan Powell, Director of Internet Services

    CORe (Research Protocol Database): Martha Matza, Director of Operations, Protocol Research

Thursday Oct 16, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

  • ROI, Benefits Metrics and Setting Realistic Expectations“[PowerPoint format – 5,778kb]Richard Tayrein, MD, Vice President, Clinical Information Systems, CHW, Phoenix, AZ, Presenter. Dr. Tayrein describes CHW’s progress to date in delivering measured value from their significant clinical IT investment. Participants will share their approaches and lessons learned in planning for, and delivering against, financial, operational and clinical benefits.PANELISTS:Kim Pederson [PowerPoint format – 165kb]

    Michael Blaszyk [PDF format – 414kb], Chief Financial Officer, Catholic Healthcare West, San Francisco, CA

    Alan Abramson [PDF format – 104kb], Senior Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Health Partners, Bloomington, MN

    Jay Herron, Chief Financial Officer, CHRISTUS Health, Dallas, TX

    David Bradshaw, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, TX

Thursday Oct 16, 4:00pm – 5:30pm

  • Breakout SessionsSESSION 1: “Enhanced Clinical Relationships In Magnet-Designated Hospitals” [PowerPoint format – 138kb], Linda D. Urden, DNSc, RN, CNA, FAAN, Chairperson, ANCC Magnet Recognition Program, Washington, DC, Presenter. Linda will describe case studies and best practices in the advancement of interdisciplinary clinician relationships and processes, focusing on how the Magnet Hospitals accomplish this. Panelists representing Magnet Designated Hospitals will provide examples and results from their own organizations.PANELISTS:John Crossley, RN, PhD, MBA, Chief Nursing Officer, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX

    Susan Distefano, MSN, RN, CNAA, BC, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

    Rosemary Luquire, PhD, RN, CNAA, Senior Vice President, Patient Care and Chief Quality Officer, St. Luke’s Health System, Houston, TX

    Pamela Triolo [PowerPoint format – 640kb], PhD, RN, FAAN, Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive, The Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX

    SESSION 2: “myMDAnderson.org: A Case Study” [PowerPoint format – 677kb], Alan Powell, Director of Internet Services, M.D. Anderson, Presenter. Alan will present the strategy and deployment of the MDA patient portal. All participants will be invited to comment on similar portal implementations and their success factors and lessons learned.

Friday Oct 17, 8:00am – 10:00am

  • Technology ToursIT and Data Center Tour A tour of the data center and Information Technology provided by M.D. Anderson IT professionals.Patient Care Unit Tour Patient Care Unit tours provided by clinical staff will highlight Nursing documentation, ClinicStation, wireless carts and other technologies that enable care processes.Radiation Oncology Tour This tour will feature electronic chart treatment verification and recording at a glance. Future innovations such as DICOMrt standards, integration of treatment plans and nursing documentation into the electronic chart, and web access will also be discussed.

Friday Oct 17, 10:30am – 12:00 noon

  • Leapfrog Group Survey Results ReviewDavid Classen, MD, Vice President, First Consulting Group, Salt Lake City, UT, Presenter and Facilitator. We will discuss barriers and successes in achieving both the Leapfrog CPOE and Intensivist Staffing goals, using data from the July 2003 SI/Leapfrog Survey. Panelists will provide their reactions and comments, and we will decide how we want to work with Leapfrog to communicate our findings and recommendations.PANELISTS:John D. Fields, Vice President Quality Services, Central Maine Healthcare, Lewiston, ME, and member, Board of Directors, Maine Health Management Coalition, leader of the MHMC Patient Safety Initiative

    David Lutterbach, Director of Employee Benefits, Siemens Corporation, Iselin, NJ

 

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