Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Electronic Medical Records: The Healthcare Information Experts Weigh In

Crossed my desk this morning while giving the CDA/CCD presentation for HL7.  This was a really good discussion two weeks ago, which lead to the creation of the ePatient Rap.  I'm glad to be continuing it...

Thursday 9/16: We heard from these four healthcare information professionals two weeks ago at a breakfast meeting and thought you would enjoy hearing their perspectives on what is happening with medical records adoption. They will share professional and personal experiences that will underscore the challenges. Larry Chait will moderate and the audience will be encouraged to join in with questions. The focus is on what it will take to encourage personal participation in electronic medical records management. We all have a stake in the outcome!

Electronic Medical Records: The Healthcare Information Experts Weigh In

Thursday, September 16, 2010, 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., Microsoft, 201 Jones Rd., Sixth Floor, Waltham, MA 02451. Directions.

Panelists: Elaine Alligood (VA Technology Assessment), Dan Bogaty (Partners Healthcare), Keith Boone (GE Healthcare), and Janice McCallum (Health Content Advisors)

Details: http://kmforum.org/blog/?p=792

Registration Form for Thursday: http://s94896443.onlinehome.us/tinc?key=t0p0UHsg&formname=reg_thursday

Registration Comments (Cost, time, meeting format): http://kmforum.org/blog/?page_id=22

1 comment:

  1. My main concern is for the security of the medical records. We have seen time and time again that no system is fool-proof, and I am concerned about such sensitive information being accessible.