Ken Lawonn, SVP & CIO, Sharp HealthCare, Chapter 1

About Sharp HealthCare
Hospitals on Cerner, practices on Allscripts
Leveraging dbMotion’s HIE to present “an integrated view.”
Internally developed data warehouse
Short-term & long-term costs of a single-vendor approach
Predictive analytics — “You’ve got to be able to capture that data.”

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Jim Venturella, CIO, WVU Medicine, Chapter 2

Data warehouse — “There are a lot of capabilities we haven’t fully utilized.”
Self-service with advanced analytics
Prioritization — “Everyone’s always balancing.”
“Huge opportunity” for telemedicine
Epic Care Everywhere vs state HIE — “It’s materially different on what’s being exchanged.”
Being “the lead person” at WVU

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Steve Hess, CIO, University Of Colorado Health, Chapter 2

Big-bang with Epic — “It’s scary. It’s big, and there’s a lot of change management.”
80/20 rule with workflow
Standardized order sets across UCHealth
3 tiers of data
“Analytics is a never-ending journey.”
Defining data — “It’s not trivial.”

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Myra Davis, SVP & CIO, Texas Children’s Hospital, Chapter 2

Dashboard education
“The ability to understand technology is where we’re falling short.”
Focus on evidence-based guidelines
IS participation in care groups — “They realize they speak very different languages.”
Adopting a clinical liaison model
Plan, do, study, act — “If it’s not working, we’ll figure out how to make it better.”

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Myra Davis, SVP & CIO, Texas Children’s Hospital, Chapter 1

About Texas Children’s Hospital
Epic in hospitals & clinics
Finding the right balance with data access
“Don’t underestimate the level you have to go through to the explain data.”
Population health
Future EDW plans — “The concept of data is never-ending.”

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