Session ID: 
46

Enhancing Patient Care with Physician-Driven Documentation

1:30pm - 2:30pm Tuesday, February 12
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W311A

Description

Phoenix Children’s Hospital will share details of their ongoing clinical documentation improvement initiative that is not only enabling efficient, structured documentation, but also allowing the organization to harness patient data to create real-time clinical dashboards that facilitate more effective care for patients with chronic disease. The speakers discuss specific keys to success, including a patients-first commitment; strong clinician and IT collaboration; a well-planned vision for the initiative’s end goals; and systematized processes that ensure the continuous optimization of technology so that organizational needs are met. The session will also offer insights into how a well-executed implementation process has helped Phoenix Children’s realize better clinical outcomes, more thorough clinical documentation, increased physician productivity and cost savings.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Develop a clinical IT plan that places patients first and includes a well-planned vision for end goals
  • Apply input from clinical end-users to ensure wide-spread adoption
  • Perform systematic updates based on user feedback and to address evolving needs
  • Design workflows that capture critical data without compromising productivity
  • Identify in advance what data to capture to drive better patient outcomes

Speaker(s): 

Vice President and Chief Medical Informatics Officer ,
Phoenix Children's Hospital...
Division Chief of Pediatric Rheumatology,
Phoenix Children's Hospital...

Audience: 

CMIO/CMIO
IT Professional
Physician, CMO, CMIO

Level: 

Intermediate