03/23/17 THE Consortium: HIT Educational Webinar
About this event
HIT EDUCATIONAL SERIES
Webinar March 23, 2017
12:00 pm/noon to 1:00 pm.
Topic: Patients Data Journey – The impact on workflow (on the floor and in the EHR)
Have you ever wondered how one patient’s electronic data can be so different?
This webinar will provide the participant with insight of “a patient’s data journey” from beginning to end. Participants will gain an understanding of the multiple systems that an organization uses to create data and explore the opportunities to build efficient workflows to produce clean and accurate data.
At the end of the webinar, the participant will be able to:
- Identify different areas that information is collected throughout the organization
- Understand the flow of data within the organization
- Investigate current methods of data capture and where the data resides
- Gain insight on how data errors can be disruptive to data workflows
This webinar is free to CRHC members and hospitals participating in the (current) Colorado SHIP grant program.
About the Presenter
Amy Richardson – VP of Consulting Services for Haugen Consulting Group
Amy is responsible for leading the team of consultants in delivering creative business and technology solutions for healthcare providers. She works closely with clients on transitioning, optimizing electronic health information systems, education and implementation of ICD-10, and assessing and defining the legal health record.
Amy previously has worked as the Director of HIM and IT Applications at Denver Health Hospital and Authority, as well as working in a variety of managerial, technical and teaching positions in Health Information Management and healthcare settings during her professional career. She is an adjunct faculty member at Regis University teaching electronic health records in the Health Information Management curriculum and also studying for her Masters in Health Information and Informatics Management.
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