In collaboration with AMDIS, this session will feature clinicians who are leveraging electronic health records and other health IT tools to deploy rapid screening processes, laboratory testing, clinical decision support, reporting tools, and patient-facing technology related to COVID-19. Presenters will discuss strategy and pitfalls related to managing clinical information related to COVID-19 patients and reporting such data to public health authorities during this national epidemic. Presenters will also discuss some of the long-term implications to clinical informatics caused by responding to the coronavirus. This session will offer CME.
Please join us Friday, April 10 at 2:00 p.m. EDT by registering here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5383553482726783500
Additional webinars in this Series will be announced shortly and will be produced over the course of several weeks. These webinars are for both members and should-be members of AMIA. Please feel free to pass along to colleagues and promote publicly.
Keep up to date on COVID-19-related activities and conversations by joining AMIA's COVID-19 Community & Discussion Forum (https://connect.amia.org/communities1/viewcommunities/groupdetails?Commu...)
Brian Clay, MD
Professor, CMIO for Inpatient and Hospital Affiliations
University of California, San Diego
Howard Landa, MD
Vice President of Clinical Informatics and EHR
Margaret Lozovatsky, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer
Saint Louis Children's Hospital and Child Health at BJC
Kevin McEnery, MD
Director of Innovation in Imaging Informatics
Professor of Radiology
University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
About the Series
AMIA's COVID-19 Webinar Series highlights how the informatics community is addressing this global pandemic from all angles. From front-line informaticians and public health informaticists, to clinical and bioinformatics researchers, AMIA's members are uniquely positioned to leverage data and evidence in the fight against COVID-19.
We will look at the pandemic through a health informatics lens and is designed to share informatics responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists will share their specific domain expertise, including clinical informatics, public health informatics, translational bioinformatics, clinical research informatics, and consumer health informatics. We will also have special emphasis webinars covering topics related to global health, telemedicine, and public policy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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