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From: Joanne S. Luciano <jluciano@rpi.edu>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2012 17:20:11 -0400
To: public-semweb-lifesci hcls <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>
Message-ID: <089BFDE9-0FC1-4196-91ED-A6D74DFE3F23@rpi.edu>
This one too…. (FYI)… should we set up a page for conferences/workshops and maybe discuss them (briefly) on the monthly call?

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> Date: September 26, 2012 4:31:51 PM EDT
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> Interoperability:  Why is it Taking so Darn Long?
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> G. Kuperman, New York Presbyterian Hospital; H. Solomon, GE Healthcare; R. Koppel, University of Pennsylvania; C. Jaffe, HL7
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> Questions abound around why it’s taking so long to achieve practical interoperability in the US health system. Patients and their advocates wonder “why can’t the records of care at one institution easily be merged with the records of care somewhere else?” Or “why can’t health information interoperate on the Internet the way that so many other types of industries do?” More…
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> AMIA and the ABPM are working together to build the subspecialty of Clinical Informatics which has received American Board of Medical Specialties approval under the administration of ABPM and with the American Board of Pathology. Program requirements for fellowship are being developed by the ACGME. Eligibility to sit for the examination will be through a Practice Pathway for the first 5 years of the examination, to begin in 2013. More …
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> Realizing a National Learning Health System
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> On May 17 and 18, 2012, in Washington, D.C., the Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation (KFF) convened a two-day Learning Health System (LHS) Summit with over 80 prominent individuals representing organizations and stakeholders across the health care and health IT communities.  Participants worked together to begin laying key foundational elements that promise to harmonize and coalesce cutting-edge work presently underway into a national-scale LHS. More …
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> The Future of Clinical Data Capture and Documentation: Highlights from the 6th Annual AMIA Invitational Health Policy Meeting
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> D. K. Vawdrey, Columbia University Medical Center; C. M. Cusack, Insight Informatics; G. Hripcsak, Columbia University Medical Center; J. M. Walker, Geisinger Health System; C.Weaver, Gentiva Health Services
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> In December 2011, AMIA convened its annual Invitational Health Policy Meeting. The meeting focused on the future state of technology-enabled clinical data capture and documentation. This panel discussion will summarize highlights of the meeting, including the current state and ideal future state of clinical data capture and documentation, along with seven proposed Guiding Principles for achieving the future state. More …
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> PCORI – Engaging Patients in a Meaningful Way
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> Organized by Susanne Bakken, Columbia University,Director, Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved Director, Reducing Health Disparities Through Informatics Pre- and Post-doctoral Training Program;additional panelists TBA
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> The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) was created to fund research that will provide patients, their caregivers and clinicians with the evidence-based information needed to make better-informed health care decisions.  PCORI is developing research methods that support the engagement and meaningful inclusion of patients at every step of the research process. More …
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