CTuE1 - Innovation and Collaboration to Improve Public and Community Health
Aug 28, 2018 7:30am
‐ Aug 28, 2018 9:00am
Health information technology (HIT) presents new opportunities to address public and community health priorities in a timely and proactive fashion. Health centers can partner with public health agencies at the local, state and national levels and engage technical expertise in the field to pilot innovative approaches for the benefit of community health. This session will highlight real-world examples of innovative technologies health centers are employing at point of care with a focus on lead hazard in children, electronic case reporting for sexually transmitted infections, creating data infrastructure to capture hepatitis C care cascades, and adoption of sharable clinical decision support artifacts.