Using Cutting-Edge Informatics Tools to Enhance Occupational Health Services in Academic Medical Centers

1 Hour 8 Minutes
SKU: 17ACOEM-112

CME/MOC: 1.0
TRACK: Management and Administration in OEM

Amir Mohammad, MD, FACOEM, VA Connecticut VHA/Yale School of Medicine, Orange, CT
Ismail Nabeel, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Mount Sinai Health Systems, New York, NY

This session will review the different electronic medical record (EMR) and surveillance database Infrastructure currently used in two separate academic medical centers (Veterans Health Administration and Mount Sinai School of Medicine). The session will provide a better understanding of how to incorporate fundamental of informatics principles for an effective usage of EMR (connectivity, usability, care delivery, big data) within the occupational medicine setting. Newer tools demonstrating pattern recognition based on informatics and analytical tools to help with clinical or population study focused intervention within the field of occupational medicine. Review and analysis of data warehouse to support occupational health services. Introduction of NIOSH-funded research pilot project, Using Informatics principles to enhance occupational medicine understanding among primary care physicians. Use of smart FHIR, SNOMED, and wearable technologies to enhance occupational health services.

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