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Podcast of ASHP MCM 2008 meeting from an Informatics point of view

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This MP3 podcast features Chad Hardy (aka pillguy) from Harris County, Andy Seger from Partners Healthcare/Brigham & Womens Hospital and John Poikonen via UMass Mem Med Ctr in a candid and sometimes very open discussion on the the Am Soc of Health System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting that took place in Orlando, FL in December of 2008. Enjoy.

Details on the session discussed can be found here:

The session materials can obtained if you attended (Uh, er, or know someone that did) for free (otherwise there is a rather high charge):

Some of the session discussed include:

BCMA in 2008: Trends, Regulations, and Innovations
Robert Christiansen, RPh, MBA, Marketing and Business Manager, Pharmacy Solutions, Siemens Medical Solutions
Ashley Dalton, Pharm D, Clinical Pharmacist and Assistant Clinical Professor UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy, UCSD Medical Center – Thornton Hospital
Janice Dunsavage, RPh, MAS, Director of Pharmacy, Pinnacle Health System
Brian George, Pharm D, Assistant Director of Pharmacy Services, MedCentral Health System
Karl Gumpper, RPh, BCPS, Director, Section of Pharmacy Informatics & Technology, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Rikin Mehta

Information Technology and the Pharmacy Department: Collaboration or Conflict?
John Poikonen, PharmD, Clinical Informatics Director, UMass Memorial Healthcare
George Brenckle PhD is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of UMass Memorial Healthcare, in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Christopher Fortier, PharmD, Manager, Pharmacy Support Services, Medical University of South Carolina
Steve Margolis, MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Orlando Regional Healthcare
Mark Siska, RPh, MBA/TM, Assistant Director Pharmacy Informatics & Technology, Mayo Clinic
Michael Sura, PharmD, Director of Clinical Informatics, Froedtert Hospital

Beyond the Basics: Managing Anticoagulation Therapy and Meeting National Patient Safety Goal 3E

Informatics Bytes 2008: Pearls of Informatics

Lessons Learned: What Health-System Pharmacists Can Learn from the VA Informatics Experience

We Are the Experts: Optimizing the Pharmacist’s Role in CPOE Implementation

Using Informatics and Basic Research to Improve Medication Safety

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