As artificial intelligence, gene therapies, and clinical-grade digital health tools enter the health care scene, new boundaries are being redrawn around what is possible in medicine. Roughly 10 years into the electronic health record experiment, how should this technology evolve to take full advantage of these exciting developments? This session will focus on building next-generation capabilities into EHRs to keep pace with developments in technology and science. It will also examine new opportunities for EHRs to deliver patient care that is personalized, predictive, preventive, and sensitive to the social and behavioral influences over a person’s health. From the 2018 EHR National Symposium at Stanford.
* Amy Abernathy, MD, PhD, Flatiron
* Taylor Davis, KLAS
* Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine
* Judy Murphy, IBM Global Healthcare
* Donald Rucker, MD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Moderator: Reed Abelson, The New York Times
For more on the symposium: http://med.stanford.edu/ehr/research....