Medical Informatics Perspectives on Pharma eClinical: Leveraging EMR Expertise. Scot M. Silverstein, MD Assistant Professor of Healthcare Informatics and IT Director, Institute for Healthcare Informatics Drexel University, College of Information Science & Technology March 14, 2006. Goals:.
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Scot M. Silverstein, MD
Assistant Professor of Healthcare Informatics and IT
Director, Institute for Healthcare Informatics
Drexel University, College of Information Science & Technology
March 14, 2006
Focus is on how people seek, use or interact with information using technology, not simply on technologic devices and computer programs.
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1-Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Technology, 2-Yale University, 3-Columbia University, 4-University of Pittsburgh, 5-Johns Hopkins University, 6-Medical University of South Carolina, 7-Vanderbilt University, 8-Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis, 9-University of Wisconsin Madison,10-University of Minnesota Twin Cities, 11-University of Missouri Columbia, 12-Rice University, 13-University of Utah, 14-University of California Irvine, 15-University of California Los Angeles, 16-Stanford University, 17-Oregon Health & Science University,18-University of Washington (training is provided by other universities via internal funds as well).
Nov. 2005: Exploring the Opportunity for Collaboration with Drug & Device Firms in Accelerating IT Adoption by Hospitals & Physicians
Speaking Faculty: Landen Bain, Healthcare Liaison, CDISC Michael Barrett, Managing Partner, CRITICAL MASS CONSULTING Brian Chadwick, Partner, LOOKLEFTGROUPSue Dubman, Director of Applications for the Center of Bioinformatics, NATIONAL CANCER INSTISTUTERobert N. Hotchkiss , MD , Director, Clinical Research, HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY Charles Jaffe, MD, Vice President, Life Sciences, SAIC Bill Johnson, President, WILLIAM S. JOHNSON CONSULTING Les Jordan, Life Sciences Industry Technology Strategist, MICROSOFT Stan Kachnowski, PhD, Professor, Health Information & Public Policy, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Becky Kush, PhD, President, CDISC Jim Langford, President, DATALABS Gary Lubin, Co-Founder, MERCK CAPITAL VENTURES Somesh Nigam , PhD, Information Management Director, Pharma R&D IM, JOHNSON & JOHNSON PRD Jerry Schindler, DrPH, President, CYTEL RESEARCH Steve Schwartz, Senior Vice President, Business Development, ALLSCRIPTS Martin Streeter, Partner, LOOKLEFTGROUP Barbara Tardiff, MD, MBA, Executive Director, Research Information Services, Clinical & Regulatory Information Services, MERCK & CO., INC. Cara Willoughby, Consultant, Scientific Communications/Regulatory, ELI LILLY AND COMPANY
KEYNOTE PRESENTATION Improving Patient Care while Optimizing Efficiency: Outlining the Potential Benefits from Merging Patient Care and Drug Development EffortsBarbara Tardiff, MD, MBA Executive Director, Research Information Services, Clinical & Regulatory Information Services MERCK & CO., INC. HOSPITAL PERSPECTIVE: The Challenges and Limitation of Merging Electronic Health Information Robert N. Hotchkiss, MD Director, Clinical Research HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL SURGERY STANDARDIZATION EFFORTS: Interchange Standards: The Key to Linking Healthcare and Clinical Research Information Rebecca Kush, PhD, President, CDISC Landen Bain, Healthcare Liaison, CDISC Sue Dubman, Director of Applications for the Center of Bioinformatics, NCI
The often divergent goals of three main groups within a medical center
From Sittig DF, Sengupta S, al-Daig H, Payne TH, Pincetl P. The role of the information architect at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre.
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The Three Stakeholder Groups in More Detail medical center
Information Technology (implementers)
The undesired dynamics medical center
Medical Informatics as Intermediary medical center
The desirable dynamics medical center
Observed Drivers: Health System Administration medical center
Observed Drivers: Information Technology (MIS) medical center
Observed Drivers: Clinicians medical center
Dean Sittig medical center, Director of the national Clinical Informatics Research Network (CIRN) for Kaiser Permanente: "There are many different constituencies, and hence views, which must be considered when attempting to develop an integrated clinical information management system in any large medical center ... we believe that without a full-time, on-site [medical informaticist], the difficulty of the task increases to the point of becoming nearly impossible."