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Clinical Informatics Summit

A SoCal HIMSS Clinical Informatics Committee Program

Date/Time: Friday, June 25, 2010, 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM


Location: UCLA Covel Commons, 330 De Neve Dr., LA, CA 90095-1492
Directions and Interactive Map: Click HERE
Cost: $30.00 (Students), $75.00 (HIMSS Members); $95 (Non-HIMSS Members) $10.00 (Parking)
Online Registration: http://www.himss-socal.org/
Location hosted by

PROGRAM AGENDA
07:30 – 08:00 Registration/Networking/Vendor Table Visits
08:00 – 08:15 Chapter Announcements
08:15 – 09:00 Keynote Speaker #1
Patricia Hinton Walker, PhD
Vice President for Nursing Policy, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
“Future Directions & Interdisciplinary Collaboration: TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding
Education Reform) Phase III”

09:00 – 09:15 Networking/Vendor Table Visits


09:15 – 10:45 Panel Discussion #1 – Patient Safety
Patricia Hinton Walker, PhD (Moderator)
Vice President, Nursing Policy, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Barbara Radice. RN, BSN (Panelist)
Vice President, Clinical Informatics, Sharp Healthcare

Robert Stein, PharmD, Esq (Panelist)


Advisory Committee Member, American Society of Health System Pharmacists
Client Engagement Manager, Dearborn Advisors

Troy McGuire, MD, FAAP (Panelist)


Director of Medical Informatics, Children’s Hospital of Orange County
"Little Patients, Big Risk-Pediatric Medication Safety"
PROGRAM AGENDA
(CONTINUED)

10:45 – 11:30 Keynote Speaker #2


William Bria, MD, FACCP
CMIO, Shriners Hospitals for Children
“Transformation of American Healthcare through Medical Informatics”
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch/Networking/Vendor Table Visits
12:30 – 02:00 Panel Discussion #2 – Quality of Care
William Bria, MD, FACCP (Moderator)
CMIO, Shriners Hospitals for Children
Jerome Wang, MD, FACP, FAAP (Panelist)
Associate Medical Director, Enterprise Information Systems, Cedars-Sinai Health System
“Leveraging the Ambulatory EMR at Cedars-Sinai for Quality Improvement: Lessons Learned and
Future Hopes”
Michael Swiernik, MD (Panelist)
Director of Medical Informatics, UCLA Health System
“Leveraging Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) at UCLA for Quality of Care Initiatives, Including
Data Access for Doctors, Web Portals, Inpatient Nursing Electronic Documentation System, and
Outpatient”
Rita Jew, PharmD, FASHP (Panelist)
Executive Director, Pharmacy & Clinical Nutrition Services, Children’s Hospital of Orange
“Quality Control Usage in Children’s Hospital of Orange County Robotic IV Preparation Rooms”
02:00 – 02:15 Networking/Vendor Table Visits
02:15 – 03:00 Keynote Speaker #3
Yan Chow, MD
Director, Innovation & Advanced Technology Group, Kaiser Permanente
“Innovation at Kaiser Permanente”
03:00 – 03:30 Raffle Drawing and Closing Remarks
03:30 – 04:00 Post Conference Networking/Vendor Table Visits/Refreshments

Special Thanks to our Southern California Chapter of HIMSS Sponsors


2010 SoCal HIMSS Clinical Informatics Summit Speakers

Patricia Hinton Walker, PhD, RN, FAAN


Vice President for Nursing Policy
Uniformed Services University of the Health
Sciences

Keynote #1 and Patient Safety Panel Moderator

“Future Directions & Interdisciplinary


Collaboration: TIGER (Technology Informatics
Guiding Education Reform) Phase III”

For 25+ years Patricia Hinton Walker has held national


prominence as leader in the nursing profession, as a dean,
nursing service administrator and in the policy arena. She
is Chair of Phase III of the TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding Education Reform) initiative and is
much-sought after speaker on topics such as: health informatics, leadership and cultural change in
health care. She is currently Vice President for Nursing Policy at the Uniformed Services University of
the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD where she previously served as Dean. In 2001, she was Senior
Scholar in Residence at the Agency for Healthcare, Research and Policy (AHRQ) focusing on cost and
quality outcomes, as well as patient safety research. Dr. Hinton Walker has published widely in both
nursing and interdisciplinary books and journals on informatics, interdisciplinary partnerships, and
innovations in education and practice. She has served as a board member on both nursing and
interdisciplinary organizations, recently Chairing the Informatics Expert Panel for the American Academy
of Nursing. She has provided consultation in: Canada, Thailand, Hong Kong, Japan, United Kingdom,
Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Poland and Saudi Arabia. In addition to her professional nursing career, Dr.
Hinton Walker became President and Founder of Hinton Walker Associates in the 1980’s and has
recently added a coaching practice to this already established business.

William Bria, MD, FACCP


CMIO
Shriners Hospitals for Children

Keynote #2 and Quality Care Panel Moderator

“Transformation of American Healthcare through


Medical Informatics”

Dr. William F. Bria is a Pulmonary/Critical Care physician


and currently the Chief Medical Information Officer for
the 22 hospital Shriners Hospitals for Children System,
headquartered in Tampa, Florida. He is an Adjunct Clinical
Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Michigan and University of South Florida. Dr. Bria
has been a leader in Applied Medical Informatics for over 25 years. He has authored numerous articles
and books on informatics and most recently, The Physician Computer Conundrum. Dr. Bria is currently
the President of the Board of the Association of Medical Directors of Information Systems, past
president of the Medical Information Systems Physicians Association, and the Chair of the HIMSS
Physicians Community. Over the past 16 years he was Medical Director of Clinical Information Systems
at the University of Michigan and Medical Director of the Critical Care Medical Unit. Dr. Bria is a Fellow
in the American College of Chest Physicians. Dr. Bria has been a consultant for the Institute of Medicine
on the Computerized Patient Record and to the United States Congress on matters of the application of
information technology to the practice of medicine. He is currently an advisor to the National Center for
Research Resources (NCRR). He has lectured on medical informatics throughout the U.S. and around the
world. He is currently engaged in research in applied medical informatics and just published a new book
entitled Digital Communication in Medical Practice. He was named to the top 50 Physician Executives in
America in 2009. He was selected by the Board of Directors of the Healthcare Information and
Management Systems Society (HIMSS) to receive the 2009 Physician IT Leadership Award. This award is
presented to the individual who, in the opinion of the HIMSS Board of Directors, has best demonstrated
leadership within the Society and the Industry. His hobbies include biking and digital photography.

Yan Chow, MD
Director
Innovation & Advanced Technology Group
Kaiser Permanente Information Technology

Keynote #3

“Innovation at Kaiser Permanente”

Dr. Yan Chow is Director of Kaiser Permanente (KP)


Information Technology’s Innovation & Advanced
Technology Group (IAT). IAT identifies, assesses, and
makes internal recommendations on new and emerging
clinical information technologies that will impact health
care in the next two to five years. IAT is affiliated with KP’s Sidney R. Garfield Center for Health Care
Innovation, an advanced 37,000-sf laboratory for care delivery simulation. The Garfield Center houses a
full-sized OR, ED, ICU, OB suite, medical/surgical ward, outpatient offices, and even a home care
environment. Here new technologies and workflows are tested in as real a setting as possible without
risk to patients or disruption of operations. Dr. Chow has had a successful clinical practice at KP for over
two decades. For 10 of those years, he was also involved in regional IT management, overseeing a
number of operational systems, including enterprise email, reference databases, and CIPS, the primary
system used by 58,000 providers in 60 dispersed sites to manage schedules, labs, radiology results,
medications, and immunizations. He also led experimental projects such as KP’s first GUI for mainframe
systems and created its first bulletin board forum for physicians. Other activities included managing an
annual national IT innovation conference and an internal TV series on medical computing. Dr. Chow has
founded and advised a number of startups in the Internet, health care technology, storage, and
database spaces. In 2004 he was awarded 3 U.S. patents for co-inventing a network storage architecture
2 orders of magnitude faster than competitive designs. He also developed commercial database
software that accelerated very large database (VLB) processing 240-fold. He has been an author and
invited speaker at industry conferences. Dr. Chow earned his A.B. with honors from Harvard University
and his M.D. from the University of California at San Diego. In 2005 he received his MBA from the
University of California at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, where he graduated as valedictorian.
Founded in 1945, Oakland, California-based Kaiser Permanente is the nation’s largest not-for-profit
integrated health care system with 14,600 physicians, 167,000 employees, 35 medical centers, 431
medical offices, 8.7 million health plan members in 10 states, and annual revenues of $40 billion. It
encompasses the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and the Permanente
Medical Groups.

Robert Stein, PharmD, Esq


Client Engagement Manager, Dearborn Advisors
Pharmacy Law Lecturer, Western University of
Health Sciences College of Pharmacy

Panelist, Patient Safety

Bob is a Manager with Dearborn Advisors, which assists


client health care organizations prepare for
implementation of Electronic Health Records by engaging
physicians along with other clinicians in governance and
design of these systems. Bob also works with clients in
vendor selection and optimization of their contractual
relationships with vendors. Bob is also the pharmacy law lecturer at Western University of Health
Sciences College of Pharmacy, and has focused his legal interests to developments in pharmacy law,
healthcare technology vendor contracts, e-discovery of health records, and ARRA HITECH incentives for
hospitals and health care providers. Prior to his role at Dearborn Advisors, Bob was the Medication
Management Team lead for City of Hope's clinical information system implementation. Bob was Senior
Applications Architect for MemorialCare Medical Centers. In this multi-facility environment, he was
responsible for selection, contracting, and implementation of pharmacy automation systems, including
automated dispensing devices and the departmental pharmacy systems and applications. Bob was the
Medication Management Team Lead for the MC*21 project, which was a full-scale EMR that included
replacement of standalone pharmacy systems. Prior to joining the Enterprise Information Services, Bob
held progressive leadership roles in Saddleback Memorial Medical Center's pharmacy department and
established pharmacy services for the Women's Hospital and level-3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Before working for MemorialCare, Bob was a Critical Care Clinical Pharmacist covering the ICU, renal
transplantation and cardiac surgery units. Bob has been an independent consultant, assisting hospitals
with selection, design, implementation and optimization of departmental pharmacy systems, automated
dispensing systems, and operational standalone PC applications. Additionally, Bob worked with several
automation vendors in product development advisory roles. Bob received his PharmD at USC School of
Pharmacy, and his JD from Western University College of Law.
Troy McGuire, MD, FAAP
Director of Medical Informatics, Children’s
Hospital of Orange

Panelist, Patient Safety

"Little Patients, Big Risk-Pediatric Medication


Safety"

Troy McGuire MD, FAAP is Director of Medical


Informatics and has been a practicing pediatric hospitalist
at CHOC Children’s Hospital since 2001. He is the chair of
the Health Information Management and the Physician
Technical Advisory Committees, and is co-chair of Asthma
Excellence and Medical Surgical Morbidity and Mortality
Conferences. Dr McGuire successfully led the implementation of CPOE at CHOC and has championed an
organizational sustained 97% provider entered order compliance for over 3 years. Dr McGuire attended
Medical School at the University of California, San Diego. He is co-author of 2 chapters in Pediatric
Hospital Medicine: Textbook of Inpatient Management, 2nd edition, has been a co-investigator of
multiple clinical trials. Dr McGuire has had multiple publications and national presentations on topics
ranging from clinical management of patients to informatics and patient safety. Dr McGuire is known for
his work as a champion of patient safety. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics,
American Medical Informatics Association and the Pediatric Leadership Council for Cerner Healthcare
Corporation.

Barbara Radice, RN, BSN


Vice President, Clinical Informatics
Sharp Healthcare

Panelist, Patient Safety

Barbara Radice currently serves as Vice President, Clinical


Informatics, at Sharp HealthCare where she is responsible
for facilitating the implementation of Cerner Millennium
throughout the Sharp hospital system. Prior Barb’s
current role, she was the Vice President, Customer
Support, and CIO of San Diego Hospice and The Institute
for Palliative Medicine, where she was responsible for
implementing multiple software systems and programs,
including responsibility for more than 200 employees.
Before working at San Diego Hospice, Barb served as
Director of Customer Support at CliniComp International where she was responsible for leading
implementations in hospitals throughout the United States. Barb received her bachelor’s degree from
California State University, Dominquez Hills, and is currently an SDSU graduate student, anticipating
graduation in May 2010. She is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years experience in progressive
leadership roles, building teams and managing projects.
Rita Jew, PharmD
Executive Director, Pharmacy & Clinical Nutrition
Services, Children’s Hospital of Orange

Panelist, Quality Care

Rita K. Jew, Pharm.D., FASHP, is Executive Director of


Pharmacy and Clinical Nutrition Services at Children’s
Hospital of Orange County in Orange, California. In her
current position, Dr. Jew directs all operational and
clinical activities of the 24-hour inpatient pharmacy
services, outpatient pharmacy services, investigational
drug services, 340B hemophiliac program, pharmacy
residency program, and clinical nutrition and lactation
services. She manages over 70 full-time equivalents of
pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, clinical dietitians,
lactation consultants, and other supportive staff, as well as a budget of over $43 million. She provides
leadership in institutional drug use and clinical nutrition and lactation policy, medication safety
initiatives, pharmacy-related technology and automation, implementation of computerized physician
order entry, and quality improvement initiatives, and she also oversees educational activities for the
pharmacy, nursing, medical, and other healthcare professional staff. Dr. Jew received her Doctor of
Pharmacy degree from University of California at San Francisco and completed an ASHP-Accredited
Residency in Clinical Pharmacy at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Prior to her current position, Dr. Jew spent 14 years as Clinical Manager, Director of Pediatric Specialty
Residency program, and Clinical Specialist in Neonatology at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,
where she established a comprehensive clinical pharmacy service and initiated multiple service
initiatives and programs. She also held adjunct faculty appointments at University of the Sciences in
Philadelphia, Temple University, and University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Jew is an established neonatal and
pediatric practitioner and has presented extensively at local, state and national meetings for
pharmacists, nurses, and physicians. She is actively involved in local, state, and national pharmacy
societies and was Past Chair and Director-at-large of the Executive Committee of the Section of Clinical
Specialists and Scientists of American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), Director-at-Large of
Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists (PSHP) Board, and Past President of Delaware Valley
Society of Health-System Pharmacists (DVSHP). She served on the editorial board of the American
Journal of Health-System Pharmacy and is a reviewer for numerous pharmacy journals. She was an
active participant in local and state emergency preparedness efforts in Pennsylvania. Dr. Jew received
the Jonathan Roberts Award from DVSHP in 2004 and was named a Fellow of ASHP in 2007.
Jerome K. Wang, MD, FACP, FAAP
Associate Medical Director
Enterprise Information Systems
Cedars-Sinai Health System
Panelist, Quality Care

“Leveraging the Ambulatory EMR at Cedars-Sinai


for Quality Improvement: Lessons Learned and
Future Hopes”

Jerome K. Wang, MD practices both internal medicine


(adult primary care) as well as pediatrics with Cedars-Sinai
Medical Group. He is board-certified in both specialties,
and is an elected Fellow of the American Academy of
Pediatrics (AAP), as well as the American College of
Physicians (ACP). Dr. Wang is also an Associate Clinical
Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Wang
graduated magna cum laude from UCLA with a bachelor's degree in Cybernetics, and he earned his
medical degree from UCLA School of Medicine, where he was a University of California Regents Scholar.
He completed his residency and chief residency in internal medicine and pediatrics (Med-Peds) at
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in 2000, and received the Leo G. Rigler Award for most outstanding
resident, as well as the Golden Apple award for excellence in teaching pediatrics. Administratively, Dr.
Wang serves as Medical Director for Information Systems for the Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundation
and Associate Medical Director for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center’s Information Services department. In
this role, Dr. Wang provides physician leadership in improving the quality and efficiency of patient care
through the use of computer information technology throughout the health system.

Michael Swiernik, MD
Director of Medical Informatics,
UCLA Health System

Panelist, Quality Care

“Leveraging Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) at


UCLA for Quality of Care Initiatives, Including Data
Access for Doctors, Web Portals, Inpatient Nursing
Electronic Documentation System, and
Outpatient”

Michael Swiernik, MD is the Director of Medical


Informatics for UCLA Health Sciences, and Assistant
Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine and Health
Services Research at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Swiernik is responsible for clinical
systems implementations and informatics activities within the organization. His recent projects include
implementing a new clinical web portal and a new web-based physician documentation system. He is
also responsible for clinical systems strategic planning and EMR and meaningful use strategies for the
Health System. His research interests are in mobile health (mHealth) and the use of mobile phones in
the management of chronic disease, systems integrations to support research, usability, and in
transition-of-care improvement. He was previously the Co-Director of UCLA's NIH-funded IAIMS
program, called InfoShare, where he led the development of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) for
research access to clinical data. He regularly speaks and consults on informatics topics and clinical
system design and implementation strategies. Dr. Swiernik received his BS degree in Biology from
Cornell University, and his MD from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his
residency in Internal Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the Kennamer Fellowship in Primary
Care at UCLA, and is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM).