Creating a Learning Health System
The telehealth ecosystem is a complex combination of technologies enabling new capabilities for delivery of patient centric care. This HIMSS18 session by Ronnie Daldos, MITRE, introduces threat based defense as a key component of a comprehensive risk management strategy.
Experts from Johns Hopkins University and MITRE discuss new research and technology. A HIMSS18 presentation by Jay Schnitzer, MD, MITRE, Sybil Klaus, MD, MITRE, and James Fackler (Johns Hopkins).
Watch how Kristina Sheridan identifies and evaluates methods to empower patients with chronic illnesses to better manage their care and to fully engage with providers to improve their health outcomes.
MITRE’s Andre Quina shares early findings from research with healthcare providers to capture high quality health data from clinical notes as part of routine care to reduce burden and improve patient care.
MITRE’s Dr. Sarah Corley and Dr. Sybil Klaus discuss the research and initiatives under way to turn data into knowledge for healthcare providers, including using predictive analytics to identify risk factors and how to improve patient outcomes through a...
MITRE’s VP and Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Jay Schnitzer, speaks about the challenges and potential solutions for improving data interoperability for healthcare, and MITRE’s neutral role in bringing the right partners and the right health data systems...
MITRE’s Dr. Sarah Corley and Dr. Sybil Klaus discuss the research and tools needed for clinicians to better use data and reduce the current electronic health record provider input burden. Watch their take on how natural language processing and machine learning can help solve these difficult problems, predict risk for disease, and contribute to a holistic view of patient records.
With more veterans relying on care from multiple providers, it’s important that all clinicians involved in the patient’s care be able to see a holistic view of the symptoms, history, and treatments. MITRE’s VP and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Jay Schnitzer talks about the research under way and the vision for achieving interoperability of electronic health record data for better healthcare outcomes.
Patients are becoming more active in their own healthcare. Researchers are looking at what systems need to be created to capture patient-generated data and how it could be interoperable with clinical data to result in better health outcomes.
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