Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support (PCCDS) supports individual patients and their care teams in health-related decisions and actions. PCCDS is increasingly important for addressing critical health concerns.
Today, new technologies and the growing availability of health data are providing unique opportunities for patients, caregivers, clinicians, vendors, and other stakeholders to transform how PCCDS is developed and used to address healthcare challenges.
The Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network (PCCDS-LN), supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, is working with stakeholders to develop a prototype patient-facing application to address medication management.
On October 21, 2019, the PCCDS-LN is hosting a one-day conference and Codeathon to bring together diverse stakeholders to learn about and discuss key issues in making patient-centered and patient-facing clinical decision support a reality. We will set an agenda for developing, disseminating, and applying PCCDS in multiple domains.
Registration deadline is October 11,2019!
If you are interested in submitting a topic for presentation at the meeting, please submit an abstract here.
Sponsorships are available, please contact Beth Lasater at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
To reserve a room at the conference hotel for a discounted rate ($250/night + taxes until 9/21/2019), please visit https://book.passkey.com/go/PCCDS2019AnnualGranteeMeeting.
Gather -- Learn what is happening in Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support
Network -- Connect with national experts from a variety of backgrounds around Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support
Learn -- Hear thoughts and perspectives from a variety of stakeholders on ways to incorporate Patient- Centered Clinical Decision Support and improve patient experience
About the Codeathon: In 2019 the Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network (PCCDS-LN), supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, has worked with stakeholders to develop a prototype patient-facing application to address medication management. During the course of this one day conference, EHR vendor representatives and demonstration application developers will be available to assist with connecting (via SMART on FHIR or similar) apps to EHR portals. This event is open to attendees and will be held in a small breakout room adjacent to the main conference hall.
NOTE: Food for the event will accommodate a range of dietary restrictions. Please let the conference organizers know if you have a food allergy we should be aware of.
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