Recorded Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Noon - 1:00 p.m. Central Time
Diagnosed unexpectedly in 2007 with stage IV kidney cancer, Dave deBronkart partnered with his physicians in every way to beat the disease, and helped his cause by connecting with a top-notch patient community online. Today he is well. In 2008 he discovered the e-patient movement – “empowered, engaged, equipped, enabled” – and in 2009 he and his primary, Dr. Danny Sands, were among the founders of the Society for Participatory Medicine, which is about patients as active partners in health and care, welcomed by like-minded clinicians.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011, noon - 1:00 pm CT
This webinar will discuss the financial, quality, and job satisfaction benefits of having an electronic health record (EHR) from the provider perspective. The presentation will also focus on some of the challenges of the transition with methods that will help mitigate these challenges. The presenter is a physician who has been through two implementations as a provider and will be speaking from experience.
Participants will be able to:
These podcasts feature interviews facilitated by Dr. Paul Kleeberg, REACH Clinical Director, about the challenges of engaging physicians and organizations in accepting EHRS. Dr. Kleeberg interviewed four health care leaders to cover a variety of perspectives. These audio podcasts are provided in MP3 format and are terrific for downloading to MP3 players or other devices.
The Rural Assistance Center has created a library of Federal HIT Resources for Rural Health Care Providers.