Session ID: 

Clinicians Views and Experiences with Big Data

11:15am - 12:15pm Monday, February 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center


According to recent studies and industry papers, the electronic health record (EHR) adds to administrative burdens, which can accelerate physician burnout. Yet the EHR is a critical source for value-based care, evidence-based and precision medicine. This session explores real-life scenarios and the views and experiences of healthcare providers on the relationship between the EHR, big data, and the practice of health. It provides clinicians and healthcare providers a forum to share their experience and inform future innovative solutions to reduce data burden while improving health and quality of patient care.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Explore clinicians' functional views of the role and value of EHR in the context of big data
  • Share clinicians' experiences applying analytics at the point-of-care to improve patient health
  • Formulate concepts addressing pain points that will inform next generation EHRs improvements to support providers utilizing big data and analytics