Technology Showcase Webinar: “Interaction of Research within an EHR system”
Presented by: Ben Bondurant, Solution Manager, Cerner Research
Open To: Staff from eClinical Forum member companies
Date and Time: Thurs, 13 April 2017 Duration: One hour+ (50 minutes of presentation, followed by a Q/A session that may last as long as 30 minutes)
Time: UTC 1400; 15:00 CEST, 09:00 AM EDT, 9:00 PM Singapore. We apologize for the inconvenient time in some regions.
Background: This is an eClinical Forum Technology Showcase. Our Technology Showcase sessions have been requested by eCF members to provide a demonstration of products or services, and by necessity are not technology or vendor neutral. The eClinical Forum does not promote nor endorse any particular technology vendors. Any member can participate that has an interest in the topic area. The facilitator will [try to] keep the subject on track and prompt discussion and information sharing.
For This Topic: During this session we will be highlighting the interaction of Research within the electronic health record (EHR). We will specifically discuss how Cerner’s research module PowerTrials provides clinician visibility to research throughout the patients chart, electronic screening capabilities for recruitment purposes, and how it also drives the workflow for Research orders. We will end by discussing the method used for populating this data through an integration with various research tools such as Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMS).
· Show clinician visibility of research within EHR
· Finding research patients through electronic screening within EHR
· Highlight how the EHR can drive research orders
· Discuss the method used for populating protocol details and enrollment activities into the EHR through CTMS Integration
Staff from eCF Member Companies: Register using the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/eCF_TS_CR_in_EHR
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