EHR Clinical Learning Platform User Group Meeting
Regenstrief will be hosting a 2-day User Group Meeting for our community of users of the Teaching EMR (Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform).
Other Featured Speakers at the Event
Indiana University School of Medicine
American Medical Association
Susan E. Skochelak, MD, MPH, Group Vice President, Medical Education, AMA
EHRs in Education
Blaine Takesue, MD, Research Scientist, Regenstrief Institute, Inc, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine
The 2-day event will include for our participating schools:
- Group Presentions on how programs are currently using the platform and their future plans
- Panel Discussion led by Dr. Maya Hammoud
- Evaluation discussion and Breakout Groups
- Platform Roadmap presentation, discussion, and feedback session
- Attendee Advisory Session on topics for EHRs in Education
- Workgroup next steps
- …and more
We are bringing together Medical, Nursing, Pharmacy, and other Allied Health Profession schools in our tEMR community to inform the next phase of our growth and development for our clinical learning platform.
Please look for summaries coming out of the event on EHRs in Education and the curriculum that makes it all possible to enhance learning for students.
What would you hope to learn or see if you attended the event?
Please share your thoughts in the comments below.
Sr. Product Manager (Teaching EMR)
Dr. Clem McDonald Center for Biomedical Informatics
About the Author
Brian Stout is a senior leader in marketing and product management at the Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis. He is an authority on using EHRs in Medical and Allied Professions Education. He leads product and builds amazing learning platforms for one of the nation’s most seasoned (yes, since 1972) and innovative electronic health records in the country. An advocate for learning and professional development, he is continuing his education with a Masters in Data Science from Indiana University. You can follow him on Twitter @TeachingEMR and LinkedIn or other social platforms under ThinkStout.