Tuesday, Feb. 22, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
New way of analyzing and reporting on clinical data from the increasingly available array of connected regional, provider, payor and patient-generated networks.
- Irene Koch, JD, executive director, BHIE, Brooklyn Health Information Exchange
- Michael Buck, PhD, informatics R &D scientist, New York City Department of Health
- Discuss effective approaches to aggregating and utilizing data from connected sources in a diverse healthcare ecosystem.
- Review practical lessons learned from joint regional and municipal work on connecting EHRs to a regional health information exchange.
- Describe clinical decision support (CDS) and other analytic services available within EHRs, as well as CDS utilizing aggregated community-wide data.
- Identify several public health initiatives underway in New York City for utilizing data from networked community-wide sources.
- Review real-world scenarios that demonstrate the added value of health information exchange for clinical and public health purposes.