Session ID: 

Pediatric Population Outcomes Using Health Registries

2:30pm - 3:30pm Thursday, February 14
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center


Children’s National's advancement in population health registries result shows our success in increasing patient health outcomes by 10% in the following six health conditions: asthma, cardiomyopathy, epilepsy, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease and sickle cell disease. By creating a corporate goal around population health, with collaboration from our subspecialists and business intelligence teams, Children’s National positively impacted health outcomes in multiple measures in each condition-specific registry. Our provider-facing analytic tools supports our clinical teams in taking better care of our kids with data-rich information to make the best care decisions. Our 2018 corporate goal underscores data quality improvements which drives action in the areas of care coordination, clinical integration, and patient engagement to improve population health outcomes. This also reflects our shared purpose of helping kids be happy, healthy and thriving.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Recognize what is required to construct and implement a condition-specific pediatric registry that conforms to accepted, evidence based guidelines of care
  • Evaluate the value achieved and challenges encountered through implementing these population health technologies
  • Identify possible data integrity challenges and best practices to overcome these challenges with successful outcomes


Vice President, Chief Medical Information Officer and Chief Information Officer ,
Children’s National Health System


Clinical Informaticists
Physician, CMO, CMIO