May 18, 2017
April 18, 2017
April 4, 2017
Command Center Medicine to Improve Emergency Department Patient Flow The session will describe how software and associated technology can enable meta level oversight, predictive analytics and telemedicine interventions to improve patient flow in emergency departments. The result is improved patient experience and provider satisfaction, better metrics, and positive financial results. Dr. Ed Barthell is currently CEO of EmOpti, a company that provides technology and partners with existing emergency physician groups to improve patient flow and overall outcomes. Ed has been an active ACEP member for many years, and founded the ACEP Informatics Section in the early 1990s. He worked clinically for over 20 years, founded another successful software company focused on managing ambulance traffic and diversions, and worked for several years for Microsoft Health Solutions Group.
August 2, 2016
Interoperable health information technology (HIT) and health data is on the agenda of every federal organization since President Obama announced the Precision Medicine Initiative this past year. Interoperability is hard, but there are many artificial obstacles as reflected in the ONC report on information blocking released to Congress at the end of last year.
The HL7 Fast Health Information Resources (FHIR) represents the latest and greatest effort in the field. Supported by the National Coordinator (ONC), standards developers (HL7, S&I Framework) and a growing number of developers and vendors FHIR is becoming a real solution. This presentation will frame the interoperability issue from a technical sense and describe ongoing efforts to develop FHIR into standardized specifications to support widespread health data sharing. Some public resources and opportunities to participate will be provided also.
Dr. McClay is associate professor of EM at University of Nebraska Medical Center where he chairs the Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program. He chairs the Emergency Care Workgroup at HL7 where he represents ACEP members interests in ongoing health information technology standards development. He is also a past chair of SEMI at ACEP.
June 16, 2015
Dr. Landman is a board certified emergency physician with sub-specialty certification in clinical informatics. He's involved in creating the clinical informatics fellowship program at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. Dr. Landman will be speaking to us about clinical informatics training programs and the new board certification available in clinical informatics.
Dr. McClay has worked with HL7 for many years and has been instrumental in the development of a variety of HL7 products in the Emergency Care domain. He is currently representing ACEP as chair of the HL7 Emergency Care Workgroup developing standards for electronic health records. He has written and lectured extensively about the use of Electronic Health Record Systems. His research in the field of biomedical informatics over the past 20 years has focused on information modeling and standards development for health information technology. His current interests include training the next generation of clinical informatics specialists, optimization of electronic health record system value and the use of information technology to support clinical and translational research.
September 16, 2014
July 15, 2014