Leveraging Technology to Reduce Risk and Improve Patient Outcomes | Midwest Gateway Chapter of HIMSS

Nov 12, 2018 5:30pm - 7:30pm CST
St. Louis University, Doisy College of Health Sciences Allied Health Building, Room 2032

Improving Outcomes and Reducing the Risk of Litigation via EMR Design

Frank Lyerla PhD RN, Associate Professor, School of Nursing, Director, Master of Science in Healthcare Informatics Program Graduate School, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Identifying system designs that have potential for poor patient outcomes and subsequent malpractice claims. He will describe the legal process associated with litigation cases, and cover strategies to reduce litigation threats.

Addressing Information Risk through Key Information Management Best Practices for Healthcare

Joe Shepley, PhD, Vice President and Healthcare Practice Leader, Doculabs, Author of “Agile Ramblings” blog and has published articles in “CMS Wire” “PCWorld” “Fierce Content Management” “ASPETraining” “AIIM” Joe has been involved in information management for 18 years. He also chairs the content management track of the DOCUMENT Strategy Forum.

Information risk is a problem in all industries, but particularly in healthcare. The sheer volume of sensitive data required to do business for healthcare providers, health insurers, and life science organizations poses significant risk and requires strong information management governance to address. In this session, you will learn how healthcare organizations are addressing information risk through key information management best practices.