Physician's Exec Forum: Interoperability to Reduce Physician Burden

Monday, April 17 at 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM CT
South Building, Level 1 | S100 C

For physicians, the progress in shifting to electronic medical records has been both a blessing and a curse. More information is available to coordinate care for patients, but the cacophony of different systems and bloated note content to support coding have added complexity and burden to workflows. This panel will explore technical solutions and case studies to simplify the burden of documentation at scale with measurable impact.


This session is part of the AMDIS/HIMSS Physicians' Executive Forum agenda and requires separate registration.

Learning Objectives

  • Articulate how the 21st Century Cures Act applies to electronic patient health information and the need for FHIR and patient/API access
  • Explain how technology can both exacerbate and help address healthcare disparities
  • Compare stakeholder-based perspectives of the standards-based strategies and lessons learned.
  • Apply information to enhance the alignment of documentation with needs and requirements
  • Credits
    Clinical Informaticist, CMIO/CMO, VP of other IT/IS Department


    Milisa Rizer
    Chief Clinical Information Officer
    The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center


    Brett Moran
    Senior Vice President, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Chief Medical Information Officer
    Parkland Health
    Jocelyn Keegan
    Payer Practice Lead
    Jordan Dale
    Chief Medical Informatics Officer
    Houston Methodist