AMIA 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference
April 30 – May 2, 2019
AMIA 2019 Clinical Informatics Conference is where clinical informaticians and other users, developers and funders of health information technology convene, share, and learn about implementing team-based, integrated healthcare driven by data, evidence, and best practice to improve individual and population health outcomes.
Lunch & Learn Session:
Solving for Medication Affordability at the Point of Care
Date: May 1 (By invitation only)
Patients and providers today are faced with medication affordability challenges, compounded by the lack of visibility into the patient’s actual out of pocket cost when the provider is writing a prescription. A new clinical decision support tool, Real-Time Prescription Benefit, delivers patient-specific drug benefit and cost information to the e-prescribing workflow at the point of care. With accurate, up-to-date, patient-specific information, providers can see a the price of the selected medication and quickly choose from available alternatives while remaining in the EHR workflow. The best practice workflow designs, quantitative financial impact, and lessons learned will be discussed in an interactive manner with the audience.
- Dr. Andrew Mellin MD, MBA
VP, Medical Informatics Physician
- Jacqueline Hager, Product Manager Real-Time Prescription Benefit
Collaboration and Coordination Across Care Continuum
Date: May 2
Time: 9:15am – 10:15am
Promoting Medication Safety through a Multi-stakeholder State Group in CT: Improving E-prescribing by Use of the CancelRx Messaging Standard
- Thomas Agresta
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
- Nitu Kashyap
- Stacy Ward-Charlerie
We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!