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New PharmD/MHIIM Dual Degree Offered

Interested in Health Information Management? The University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy is pleased to announce the Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Health Informatics and Information Management (PharmD/MHIIM) dual degree. 164 more words

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Quality data are essential in public health settings to facilitate good decisions on policy and service provision and to track health trends and the effectiveness of interventions. 117 more words

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A little dance, clap & cheer

This significant report was released by NEHTA this week:

MyEHR to National eHealth Record Transition Impact Evaluation

On the report’s home page it describes how NT’s My eHealth Record service is making a real difference to delivery of care: 281 more words

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Ocean Case Study: Clinical Engagement

This case study of my experiences in clinician engagement is about to be published on the Ocean website and might be of interest…

Bridging the gap between the clinical experts and software engineers involved in eHealth projects is well known for being difficult and frustrating for both sides.

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openEHR in Brazil - Sirio Libanes

openEHR training session last week at Hospital Sirio Libanes, one of the premiere teaching and research hospitals in Brazil. I delivered the background and theory part, Samuel Frade and Bostjan Lah (both from Marand) delivered the programming part. 73 more words

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Heather Leslie reblogged this on Archetypical and commented:

Watch what is evolving in Brazil... It is largely a greenfields nation as far as electronic health records is concerned, which gives it a great opportunity to make bold and innovative decisions, avoiding many of the pitfalls of those who have gone before and the constraints of legacy systems. [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="300"]Featured image Brazil MOH strategy meeting, October 2014, Brasilia[/caption] The national program has set up CENTERMS - the national centre for Terminology and is using Ocean's Clinical Knowledge Manager as a key tool to manage the national infostructure. You'll notice the phrase is INFOstructure, not infrastructure like most other EHR approaches. Their premise is that standardisation of the information models and terminology value sets will provide a strategic component of the final EHR solution that will outlast any single technology, messaging paradigm or implementation trend, and underpin every eHealth use case, from EHRs to messages, population health queries, research, big data aggregation and knowledge-based decision support. [caption id="attachment_3257" align="alignright" width="251"]ricardo Ricardo Puttini presenting the keynote at HIC2015, Brisbane, Australia[/caption] Last week, Professor Ricardo Puttini, as Brazilian MoH EHR program lead gave a keynote address, including openEHR at the centre of Brazil’s infostructure program, at Australia's healthIT conference, HIC2015. Next week, at Medinfo, Ricardo Puttini and Dr Jussara Rotsch, plus Australia's Heather Grain and myself will be conducting a workshop to explain the Brazilian approach: "Practical Use of Terminologies with Clinical Information Models workshop" on Saturday August 22 at 11.30 hours, Room 9. Come say hello if you'll be in Sao Paulo next week!

openEHR in Brazil - Sirio Libanes

openEHR training session last week at Hospital Sirio Libanes, one of the premiere teaching and research hospitals in Brazil. I delivered the background and theory part, Samuel Frade and Bostjan Lah (both from Marand) delivered the programming part. 73 more words

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GMC LAUNCHES MOBILE APP FOR DOCTORS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

The GMC has launched a mobile app to help doctors manage their continuous professional development.

The new app ‘GMC My CPD’ allows doctors to record their learning activities on the go, at the click of a button.

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Issue 6 (August 14th)