electronic health records Symposium

​On March 15, 2012 The University of Findlay's College of Health Professions hosted the first Electronic Health Records Symposium presented by the Health Informatics program.


New federal legislation provides incentives for health care providers to adopt electronic health records (EHRs) to replace outdated paper-based records.

 

The EHR Symposium provided attendees with a valuable opportunity to interact with experts who provided:


  • Overviews of the new legislative requirements and emerging national issues.
  • A sample project plan to enable a health care facility to "go paperless"
  • Real-world strategies to transform health care data into actionable information to improve outcomes, processes of care, patient adherence and reduce costs.
EHR    
 
Robert Kelly
Robert Kelley, Senior Vice President
Center for Healthcare Analytics, Thomson Reuters
 
ESR 
 
Elizabeth Curtis  
Elizabeth Curtis, Administrative Director of Medical Information Management
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
EHR     
 
Robert Kelly  
Robert Kelley, Senior Vice President
Center for Healthcare Analytics, Thomson Reuters

ESR

Elizabeth Curtis
Elizabeth Curtis, Administrative Director of Medical Information Management
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center​