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Mining Electronic Health Records Reveals Clues Of Harmful Drug Reactions

Researchers at Stanford University, using sophisticated analytics and EHR data looking back 15 years, were able to clearly substantiate harmful drug side effects years before an alert was issued from the FDA. Researchers conclude that data analytics will be a powerful compliment to the FDA’s Adverse Event Reporting System.

NYeC Asks New Yorkers to Help Shape State’s Healthcare Future – Vote on Patient Portal for New Yorkers Prototypes

The New York eHealth Collaborative is turning to state residents to select its final patient portal design. The designs up for vote were all submitted in an earlier eHealth Collaborative design challenge that asked residents to create a patient portal for New Yorkers, by New Yorkers.

Jonathan Bush, Live from TEDMED: Health Care is Broken; Find the Frontiers

Jonathan Bush, athenahealth chairman, president, and CEO, has been tapped to speak at TEDMED next week in Washington DC, where he will discuss alternatives to healthcare’s pay-for-service revenue model.

Electronic Media–Based Health Interventions Promoting Behavior Change in Youth

A recently published article in JAMA Pediatrics correlates substantial behavioral changes to certain mHealth interventions that target adolescent health issues.

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  1. This may sound facetious to you and you probably will not publish this comment, BUT: mining records for adverse reactions is interesting.

    Since ECRI recently reported significant adverse events from these same EHR and CPOE systems in a short time frame, can we mine the electronic care records to determine if HIT devices (EHR, CPOE, or CDS) are dangerous to health prior to alerts being issued by ???? (“?” is used since there is not any agency charged with addressing the adverse events from HIT devices, as the FDA does with pharma and medical devices other than HIT devices).







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