3236.0 Development of a Registry as a Quality Improvement Tool for Assessing Access

Monday, October 29, 2012: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Data registries are a compelling tool for tracking disease across populations, from access and diagnosis to improvements in care that lead to better outcomes. Participants in this session will be engaged in a robust discussion about promising examples from across the country regarding the role of health IT in increasing the nation's knowledge base regarding disease progression.
Session Objectives: 1.Describe the development of a disease registry for helping to understand variation in access and longitudinal care; 2.Evaluate the role of a disease registry as a quality improvement tool for optimizing delivery of treatment and outcomes in highly vulnerable patient populations.
Diane L. Adams, MD, MPH, CHS-III

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Development of a Diabetes Registry as a Quality Improvement Tool for Assessing Access, Service Utilization and Health Outcomes in Economically Vulnerable Populations
Camerino I. Salazar, MS, Barbara Turner, MD, MSED, MACP, Lisa Wammack, MSN, RN, Edward Aguilar, Fei Du and Adriana G. Perez
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Lessons learned in developing a national registry for community-led Patient Centered Outcomes Research
Reesa Laws, BS, Thu Quach, PhD, MPH, Rosy Chang Weir, PhD, Erin Kaleba, MPH, Chris Grasso, MPH, Stephen Van Rompaey, PhD, Jon Puro, MPH-HA, Joe Carroll, MD, PhD and Suzanne Gillespie, MS
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Tackling hospital-acquired infections with systems-based highly-detailed simulations
Jose Jimenez, MS, MEM, PhD/MPH Candidate, Bryan Lewis, MPH, PhD, Brian Kleiner, PhD, MS and Stephen Eubank, PhD
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Reaction of health professionals to chronic disease Clinical Decision Support (CDS)
Mary K. Goldstein, MD, MS, Susana Martins, MD, James Schlosser, MD, Nancy Kim, MD, Wildon Farwell, MD, Tyson Holmes, PhD, Mark Musen, MD, PhD, Samson Tu, MS, Dallas Chambers, BS, Timothy Keng and Brian Hoffman, MD

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Organized by: Health Informatics Information Technology
Endorsed by: American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Caucus

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH) , Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES)