The Long Journey: Building Quality and Safety within the Electronic Health Record at Memorial Hermann | Event | AIHI - Australian Institute of Health Innovation
The Long Journey: Building Quality and Safety within the Electronic Health Record at Memorial Hermann
Electronic health records have long been advocated to improve healthcare quality and safety, but many implementations have failed to achieve lofty expectations. Memorial Hermann (Houston, TX USA) took a long-term, deliberate and strategic approach by developing clinical governance and building solid foundations for later deployment of computerized physician order entry, advanced clinical decision support and quality informatics. This presentation will cover the 15-year approach at Memorial Hermann with examples of successes and the ongoing challenges that are still present.
Robert Murphy, MD, was Chief Health Informatics Officer at Memorial Hermann Health System (Houston, TX USA) from 2005-2015, and is now Associate Professor at the University of Texas School of Biomedical Informatics. He previously worked as Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Norton Healthcare (Louisville, KY USA) and also served as Regional Medical Director for Emergency Services. He has lectured and published in the area of computerized clinical decision support, and was included on the list of Top 25 Clinical Informaticists in the United States by Modern Healthcare magazine.
Date Wednesday 29 July 2015
Time: 11.30am - 12.30pm
Venue: AIHI Room 614
Chairperson: Professor Johanna Westbrook
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