From Here to There: The Most Dangerous Procedure in Medicine

25apr12:00 pm1:00 pmFrom Here to There: The Most Dangerous Procedure in MedicineSDAHO Webinar

Event Details

Overview:

The most dangerous procedure in medicine is transferring a patient between locations, providers, or levels of care. Even modestly complex patients move frequently through networks of encounters, consultants, tests, and therapies administered by teams, which can result in dropped information. This program outlines a radical approach to managing patient information in distributed environments, making a shared “task list” the core of the patient record.

Objectives:
  • Understand how “tasks” are defined and created, and the many pathways for satisfying and resolving them.
  • Be able to differentiate “tasks” from “plans” and appreciate why they have not been built into contemporary EHRs.
  • Recognize the 16 critical “Elements of a Care Transition” described in the HIMSS TOC Framework.
  • Discuss how the local organization can develop an interoperable “task hub” for its patients.

CE’s: NHA & SW

Presenter: COPIC
Registration:

Registration is free for SDAHO Members and $49 for Non-Members.

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Time

(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm