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Track 8: Patient and Family Centered Health IT and Safety

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Track 8-III New Approaches in Medication Management and Care Transition

The purpose of this session is to identify strategies for improving medication safety across different settings and populations. Participants will learn how to recognize some of the causal factors linked to medication errors and develop solutions to improve medication safety. Tools discussed include a Patient Safety Council, a medication reconciliation form, and a home health care electronic order set.

Amy L. Friedman, Yale University

Amy L. Friedman Presentation (PDF, 3.26 MB)
Kathryn Leonhardt and Patti Pagel Presentation (PDF, 168 KB)
Melinda Muller Presentation (PDF, 568 KB)
Robert Rosati Presentation (PDF, 4.23 MB)

Monday June 5, 4:00pm-5:30pm
Room 16

Track 8-V Patient Centered Health IT: Perceptions and Approaches

This session will explore patient's perceptions and concerns related to HIE, and present various IT tools that can be used to enhance patient-provider communication. Issues discussed in this session include patient web portals, creating a culture of safety, and using HIT to reduce tobacco use.

James Ralston, Group Health Coperative

James Ralston Presentation (PDF, 670 KB)
Srinivas Emani Presentation (PDF, 169 KB)
Christopher Lamer Presentation (PDF, 491 KB)
John Reiling Presentation (PDF, 278 KB)

Tuesday June 6, 3:30pm-5:00pm
Renaissance Ballroom West B 


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