Electronic Health Records for the Delivery of Quality Patient Care, is one of a kind with no comparable offering (to our knowledge) in the United States. This program is designed to deliver knowledge and skills to influence future electronic health record (EHR) efforts within one's hospital, company and/or health care organization for the delivery of quality patient care across the life span.
Topical Program Agenda (tentative topic names listed below each day):
Day One: Setting the Stage: EHR Fundamentals & Understanding Quality as a Measurable Concept in Healthcare (Friday June 8th, 7am EST - 5:30pm EST)
- The Value of Clinicians in understanding Electronic Health Records (EHRs) for Quality Patient Care
- Quality as a Measurable Concept in Health Care
- The Current Pulse of EHRs and their Origins
- Defining the EHR alphabet soup: EHR, EMR, CPR, PHR, CHR
- EHRs: components, functionality and adoption
- Data, Information, Knowledge and the associated application in EHRs
- Influential Regulations: HITECH, HIPAA, Meaningful Use and More...
Day Two: Frameworks, EHRs in Daily Operations, and Evaluation of Quality Outcomes (Saturday June 9th, 7am EST - 5:30pm EST)
- Understanding HIPAA, Privacy and Security
- The Interdependencies of Standards, Interfaces and Interoperability
- Systems Design for EHRs and additional Clinical Information Systems (subtopic highlights - not comprehensive)
- Diffusion of Innovation: A framework for Understanding Adoption of Health IT
- Socio-technical Model for Understanding Health IT: Why one should never assume that the EHR or any clinical information system will alone solve all problems
- The Skill and Art of Gathering and Translating Requirements for Design
- Unlocking the Mystery behind Test Plan Creation
- Outcomes Evaluation: Strategies to Understand and Measure the Impact on Care
Day Three: Future Directions beyond Today's EHR: Mobile, Analytics, Interoperability, Patient Education, Emerging Roles and more.... (Sunday June 10th 2018, 7am EST - 12:30 pm EST)
- Mobile: Clinician and Consumer Driven Solutions
- Big Data and Analytics: Patient and Population Health Management
- Interoperability: What to Expect in the Years to Come
- Enhanced Care Team Communications
- The Opportunity to Individualize and Digitalize Patient Education
- Expanding and Emerging Roles to Support these Future Directions
Who Should Attend:
- Nurses: Bedside nurses to Chief Nursing Officers and Chief Nursing Information Officers
- Clinicians and Health Care Professionals working in direct care, administration, population health
- Industry Clinical and Business Leaders in Healthcare Companies and Organizations,
- Academic Faculty who are teaching Informatics
- All other individuals looking to obtain the tools needed to improve patient care through EHRs and beyond.
What is Included in the Program:
Two and 1/2 days of comprehensive education with up to 20 hours of continuing education hours (ANCC), a copy of Electronic Health Records for Quality Nursing and Healthcare, program booklet, supplemental materials provided during the program, breakfast and lunch for 3 days. (Dinner, hotel & parking are not included in the program price).
Program Location: Aloft Boston Seaport District Hotel, Boston MA
Aloft is providing a courtesy block of rooms at a discounted rate of $229/night. Reservations must be made by May 7th 2018 to receive the discounted rate.
Program Instructor: Dr. Tiffany Kelley RN
Dr. Tiffany Kelley RN is the founder of iCare Nursing Solutions and Nightingale Apps. Dr. Kelley has 18 years of combined nursing, informatics and overall health care experience. She holds a Ph.D. in Nursing from Duke University where she studied the information needs of nurses before and after the use of an electronic nursing documentation system. Her pursuit of a Ph.D. came after working at Boston Children’s Hospital on their electronic health record (EHR) implementation project where she saw the need to further understand the use of EHRs on the delivery of quality care. Kelley earned her Master’s of Science in Nursing Administration and MBA from Northeastern University and her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Georgetown University.
Dr. Kelley is the author of Electronic Health Records for Quality Nursing and Health Care and several other peer-reviewed publications. Kelley has taught Informatics graduate students (e.g., Masters and Doctoral) at several universities in the United States (e.g., Northeastern, Fairfield, Duke) and abroad. Additionally, she has worked with Northeastern University and Becker University to review and form the Nursing Informatics curriculum courses.
Kelley served on the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Board of Directors as an Ex-Oficio member in 2013-2015. She is a member of the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the current Chair for ANA of Massachusetts’ Technology Committee. Dr. Kelley is board certified as an Informatics Nurse through the ANCC. In 2017, Kelley was featured as one of the top 100 women of 2017 and one of the top 12 in healthcare.
How do I register?
The link to register for this program is located here: Electronic Health Records for the Delivery of Quality Patient Care
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can I speak to someone about questions that I have about the program?
Contact us for any questions that you might have by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 1 - (857) - 919 - 0600 and we'll be happy to answer your questions.