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Personal Health Records: Taking the First Step Toward an Electronic Medical Record
Personal Health Records: Taking the First Step Toward an Electronic Medical Record
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Personal Health Records: Taking the First Step Toward an Electronic Medical Record, a December 14, 2005 audio conference on CD-ROM, examines case studies of organizations that have implemented electronic personal health records (PHRs), from pilot projects to full roll-outs.

The American Health Information Community, a 17-member group charged with advising the federal government on ways to spur IT adoption in healthcare, examines the potential for PHRs as one of its first projects. And, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services also is investigating what role it could play in encouraging PHR adoption.

Healthcare payors and providers are stepping up efforts toward electronic medical records -- and many times, the PHR is the first step in the process.

During this 90-minute audio conference on CD-ROM, your expert panel of speakers, Dr. Holly Miller, managing director, e-Cleveland Clinic and Nancy Griest, vice president of medical group services and chief information officer, Brown & Toland Medical Group, provide inside details on the PHR projects at their organizations.

You will get details on:

  • Developing the business case for a PHR;
  • Implementing PHRs;
  • Integrating PHRs with legacy systems;
  • Conducting case management functions through the PHR; and
  • Evaluating in-house development or outsourcing PHRs -- making the right choice.

You can "attend" this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings Ė no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. Itís so convenient! Invite your staff members to listen in.

WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS AUDIO CONFERENCE?

CEOs, presidents, CIOs, e-business directors, vice presidents, health plan executives, strategic planning directors, care management professionals and disease management directors.

ABOUT OUR PANELISTS:

Holly D. Miller, M.D., MBA

Holly D. Miller, M.D., MBA has multiple responsibilities within the Division of Information Technology at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. As managing director of e-Cleveland Clinic; MyChart and MyMonitoring, Dr. Miller is responsible for the development and extension of the Cleveland Clinic Personal Health Record (PHR) called e-Cleveland Clinic: MyChart.

MyChart is fully integrated with the Cleveland Clinic Electronic Health Record (EHR) and provides patients with their personal medical information and health related services from the EHR. The MyMonitoring service enables patients to securely download medical device data remotely directly to the Cleveland Clinic EHR for their physicians to Monitor.

Dr. Miller shares responsibility for the development of clinical Internet strategy at the Cleveland Clinic and supports the development of e-health initiatives for e-Cleveland Clinic, the e-business organization of The Cleveland Clinic. She is an associate staff physician and practices in the department of General Internal Medicine.

Dr. Miller has over 9 years experience in medical informatics and is a frequent presenter at national meetings on healthcare and technology. She is active in healthcare informatics research, and is currently an investigator on three grants pertaining to the use of healthcare technology and the Internet for chronic disease management and health maintenance, which is one of her main areas of interest.

Dr. Miller, an American educated and trained physician, previously lived in Europe where she had multi-faceted experiences as a project manager in the Pharmaceutical Industry, leading phase III and IV research trials, and as the chief resident at the American Hospital of Paris. She completed her Masterís of Business Administration at one of the leading business schools in France.

Nancy Griest

Nancy Griest is vice president, medical group services, and chief information officer for Brown & Toland. Previously she was the corporate director of information technology at Brown & Toland.

Prior to joining Brown & Toland, Griest was a senior manager with First Consulting Group, where she worked with insurance companies, health plans, and provider organizations. Griest has 21 years of healthcare industry experience working in the hospital, third party administration, and consulting fields.

Griest earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Northwestern University and holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.


Publication Date: December 14, 2005
Number of Pages: 90 minutes of audio on CD-ROM
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