Logistics of Implementing Radiology Clinical Decision Support Strategy, Part 2
Recorded October 13, 2015 | 11:00 a.m. EDT
This webinar focuses on the on the technical go-live, physician education and support of your Radiology Clinical Decision Support strategy, as well as taking your CDS’ data analysis tool and turning it into actionable data. Meeting the CMS mandate is a requirement, but in meeting it you are truly developing a comprehensive approach to appropriateness-based clinical ordering. That requires a methodical technical, operational and clinical methodology to ensure efficiency, easy physician adoption, ordering behavioral change, and ultimately optimal reimbursement. In part 2, we will focus on go-live and post-go live aspects of your strategy.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- How to develop provider training
- Planning for your go-live and on-going support
- The art of clinical ordering data mining
- Turning the data mining into operational gold
- Planning for rule authoring and analytics training
Who should attend?
Hospitals, Integrated Delivery Networks and Imaging Centers:
Chief Information Officer
Chief Medical Informatics Officer
Chief Medical Officer
Chief of Radiology/Imaging
Decision Support Director
Stephen Herman, MD
Chief Medical Officer & Founder, MedCurrent
Dr. Herman has served for over thirty years as a thoracic radiologist. Trained at the University of Toronto and Harvard University, Dr. Herman is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine where he also served as head of Thoracic Imaging. He has over fifty articles in medical journals and has lectured at national and international radiology-related conferences on numerous occasions. Dr. Herman is also Founder and Chief Executive Officer of MedCurrent, a leading radiology decision support company.
Hasan Dharamshi, MHI
VP Professional Services, MedCurrent
With deep experience in healthcare informatics, strategy, clinical operations, and organizational readiness, Hasan Dharamshi brings a wealth of integrated healthcare knowledge to the MedCurrent team. Prior to joining MedCurrent, Hasan served as a consultant at Accenture, where he was responsible for the strategy and execution of clinical change management and organizational readiness surrounding EMR implementations at a top-tier U.S. cancer and research hospital and a large U.S. health system, accounting for over 30,000 end-users. Hasan also served as a consultant at HealthTech Consultants, where he was responsible for analyzing current/future state client needs for IT strategic planning initiatives. Hasan received his Masters of Health Informatics from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelors of Science from Western University.