This webinar will present the white paper derived from the AMIA 2017 Policy Invitational. The paper details a new set of policy principles and framework meant to address cross-cutting issues identified by API17 participants and to encourage a more unified care, research, wellness, and community ecosystem. Entitled, “Redefining Our Picture of Health: Towards a Person-Centered Integrated Care, Research, Wellness, and Community Ecosystem” it also includes a set of draft recommendations that highlight ways in which the federal government can facilitate this ecosystem.
After participating in this activity, the learner should be better able to:
• Conceive of new policy solutions that promote patient-centeredness and the integration of the domains of care, research, wellness, and community.
Susan Hull, MSN, RN-BC, NEA-BC
WellSpring e-Health Consulting
Jeremy Warner, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Informatics
Susan Hull is a nurse executive, entrepreneur and informaticist passionate about transforming healthcare delivery and population health through co-production, longitudinal health and value creation. Her experience spans diverse roles including designing and managing a new children’s hospital emergency service, nursing and health system executive, healthy community partnership and community health information network (CHIN) executive, chief nursing and health informatics officer, consultant and researcher. Her leadership experience builds on participation in the start of the healthy city/community, population health and learning health system movements.
Susan is an author, speaker and policy advocate. She is an active member of AMIA, chairing the 2017 AMIA Policy Invitational, co-chairing policy in the Nursing Informatics Workgroup (NIWG), serving as mentor for the Alliance for Nursing Informatics (ANI) emerging leaders program, and recipient of the AMIA Don Eugene Detmer Award for Health Policy Contribution in Informatics (2017). She represents ANI as a board member for the CARIN Alliance. She has served on several HHS ONC HIT Policy/Standards Committee’s consumer health and technology standards workgroups, including the NeHC Consumer e-Health advisory board. Susan has served on the Learning Health System Policy and Governance task force and the TIGER Initiative Foundation board. She contributes to the Nursing Knowledge and Big Data Science community co-leading the Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health workgroup. Susan is board certified in nursing informatics and nurse executive advanced.
Jeremy Warner is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Informatics at Vanderbilt University. His clinical focus is in the area of lymphoid neoplasms, which are diseases of the blood, lymph nodes, and blood-forming organs. His research interests are primarily focused on clinical cancer informatics, specifically: (1) natural language processing to extract clinical facts from narrative oncology texts; (2) visualization of the dissemination and uptake of new oncology treatments and technology innovations; and (3) high-dimensional data visual analytics. He is active in multiple informatics, cancer, and standards specialty societies. He is the immediate past Chair of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)'s Health Information Technology Work Group, which focuses on bringing new and innovative technologies to the routine care of cancer patients. He is also an Associate Editor of ASCO’s new journal, JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics.