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Health 2.0 Webinar on EMRs, meaningful use & clinical groupware

The Health 2.0 crew is in Paris—yes Health 2.0 Europe is next week (April 6 & 7) but the Health 2.0 clock is still running in the US with conferences in Florida for physicians on April 24, and in Washington DC on June 7.

We have a special conference for physicians at the Sawgrass Marriott, Ponte Verde, FL on April 24. Health 2.0 in the Doctor’s Office is going to focus on EMRs, the ARRA & meaningful use requirements, and the emerging space of clinical groupware—modular SaaS based applications that help physician workflow, help make practices more efficient, and help physicians communicate better with patients.

In order to give a taster of what will be happening in Florida, tomorrow Tuesday 30 March at 10 am PST, 1pm EST (and yes for us 7pm Europe time), we’re going to have a version of The Health 2.0 Show with Indu & Matthew, that will focus on EMRs and clinical groupware.

The webinar will feature a discussion with three iconoclasts in the EMR world. They are:

These three have very strong opinions about physicians, their EMR use, and clinical groupware—it’s sure to be a fascinating discussion.

And the webinar is (as always) free. You can sign up here

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Vince and Jaan,Excellent post- you do a nice job hiihlgghting the fact that merely employing the physicians is just the start- truly integrating them into the hospital system while it is changing from profit-center to cost-center is a daunting task. This is especially true when the person (the doc) being integrated is a fiercely independent and stubborn as can be and when the system that is trying to change has no track record of showing such competency. Excellent points.Thomas Schwieterman MD

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Hi,
The goal of electronic health records (and health information technology in general) is to make health care safer and more efficient by providing health professionals and patients alike with information to inform decision-making, promote preventive care and reduce duplication.
Thanks,