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Real World Case 2

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Alyssa Beauchamp

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Real World Case 2:
Duke University Health System, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Others Medical IT is Getting Personal Background
Information: Use of Technology Cure for Multiple Myeloma
Electronic Exchange of Clinical Data John Glasser Cancer Biomedical
Informatics Grid (caBIG) Assumptions and Goals Combination of Duke University Medical and Nursing Schools, Clinic, and associated hospitals in a system of research, care, and education. Personalization of Approach to Treating Patients Faster, More Personalized Cancer Treatments

Network for Collaboration of Research Results Presented By:
Alyssa Beauchamp Samantha Chauvette Jayson Hoppe & Brent Kryder Chancellor of Health Affairs & CEO,
Duke University Health System
Victor J. Dzau http://about.duke.edu/leadership/dzau Biography: Professor of Medical Physics at Harvard University
Cardiovascular Research and Education
Gene Therapy Analytic software and H1N1 vaccine
Smarter decision making
Best fit for patients Cut out 5% of Unnecessary Tests Laboratory Services Advancing Diagnostic Testing
World's Leader in Cancer Diagnostics
Develop New Tests
Easier Diagnosis http://www.questdiagnostics.com/home/physicians/testing-services/condition/cancer Unmet Needs
Monitor and Treatment of Diseases New Diagnostic Tests http://www.dana-farber.org/About-Us/Mission-and-Values.aspx To provide expert, compassionate care to children and adults with cancer while advancing the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, cure, and prevention of cancer and related diseases
Training of doctors and promotion of public health Mission: Vice President &
Chief Information Officer
Partner's Health Care EMR's and Digitized Data and Personalized Medical Care Health Care Information Technology Anvita Health caBIG caBIG- cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid
World Wide Web of cancer
Accelerate progress in all aspects of cancer research
Open access for all researchers
Improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness of cancer research activities
Accelerate the pace of discover Case Study Questions 1. What are the benefits that result from implementing the technologies described in the case? How are those different for hospitals, doctors, insurance companies, and patients? Provide examples of each from the case. 2. Many of the technologies described in the case require access to large volumes of data in order to be effective. At the same time, there are privacy considerations involved in the compiling and sharing of such data. How do you balance those? 3. What other industries that manage large volumes of data could benefit from an approach to technology similar to the one described in the case? Develop at least one example with sample applications. Real World Activities: 1. The legal and regulatory environment of the health care industry has changed significantly in recent times. How does this affect technology development and implementation in these organizations? Go online and research new uses of information technology in health care motivated by these developments. 2. Some of the technologies described in the case verify the diagnostics made by doctors and can sometimes make their own recommendations. Does this improve the quality of care, or are these organizations putting too much faith in a computer algorithm that did not attend medical school? Clinical Tools
Analytics and Decision-Support Tools
Data Mining and Analytics
Unnecessary Tests
Medical Errors
Physician Information
EMR's Constraints and Challenges Privacy, Security, and Accuracy
Backup
Compatibility
Support Program Reliance
Availability of EMR's
Financial Constraints
Integration Questions? Quality, Safety, and Efficiency
Collect , Store, Retrieve, and Transfer Information electronically
EMR's (Electronic Medical Records
Practice Management •Deeper clinical insights from the largest and widest sources of data

•Intelligent inferencing

•Real-time analysis http://www.cancer.gov/aboutnci/overview/mission Supports Research Projects
Conducts Research
Supports Education
Promotes Public Knowledge of Cancer Mission:
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