AMIA 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference Industry Partners Lunch and Learn Registration

The Industry Partners sessions are lunch events hosted by organizations looking to engage directly with leaders in the field. Participation in Industry Partner sessions is voluntary and based on your interest in the topic and availability. These events allow industry leaders to share the latest healthcare innovations and allow participants to learn what important biomedical and health informatics issues these companies are exploring.

Industry Partners sessions are by invitation only and are not eligible for CME/CE.

If accepted, you will receive an email confirmation before the start of the 2019 AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference. A ticket for your selected session will print with your badge at registration.

At-a-Glance the Industry Partners Session at the 2019 AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference

Wednesday, May 1- 12:45 – 2:00 PM ET

Room: Focus, Mezzanine Level

Solving for Medication Affordability at the Point of Care

Patients and providers today are faced with medication affordability challenges, compounded by the lack of visibility into the patient’s actual out of pocket cost when the provider is writing a prescription. A new clinical decision support tool, Real-Time Prescription Benefit, delivers patient-specific drug benefit and cost information to the e-prescribing workflow at the point of care. With accurate, up-to-date, patient-specific information, providers can see a the price of the selected medication and quickly choose from available alternatives while remaining in the EHR workflow. The best practice workflow designs, quantitative financial impact, and lessons learned will be discussed in an interactive manner with the audience.

Objectives:

  • Understand how clinical decision support tools can help patients and providers manage medication affordability
  • Learn about best-practice workflow designs embedded in the EHR for price transparency solutions
  • Understand how to measure the quantitative and qualitative impact with this type of decision support solution and the results to date

Speakers:

Andrew Mellin, MD, MBA, VP, Medical Informatics Physician, Surescripts LLC
Andrew Mellin, MD, MBA is the VP of Medical Informatics at Surescripts. Dr. Mellin is focused on helping the Surescripts Network Alliance improve the provider workflow, adoption and value with Surescripts’ solutions. Dr. Mellin is trained in Internal Medicine and has worked in healthcare IT for over 20 years. 

Jacqueline Hager, Product Manager - Real-Time Prescription Benefit, Surescripts LLC
Jacqueline Hager has over 12 years of product innovation experience. She has driven new products into the market in both the retail and healthcare space. Prior to Surescripts, Jacqueline was responsible for driving adoption of a new mobile app at PointClickCare. While at Surescripts, she is the Product Manager for Real-Time Prescription Benefit.

To request an invitation for the Surescripts Industry Partners Session, please email Kathryn@amia.org.

There is no additional fee to attend the Industry Partners session, however you must complete the form to be considered. By completing the form, you understand that the sponsoring organization will receive your personal information and may contact you. Only registered Clinical Informatics Conference attendees may participate in the Industry Partners education.

 

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