Events

  • Oct
    9
    8:00am

    CME Event: The Patient, The Practitioner, and The Computer: Protecting Relationships in the Age of Technology

    Brown University Medical Education Building (Alpert Medical School)

    RESEARCH, INNOVATIVE PROJECTS, AND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS FROM THE UNITED STATES AND AROUND THE WORLD

    The rapid introduction of the computer and other health information technology into clinical care is changing the relationship between patients and their practitioners. This international conference will bring together leading researchers from around the world to examine what modern science has learned about best practices for successfully integrating computers into clinical practice, using technology to advance team-based care and patient involvement, software design and innovation that supports healing relationships, ethical stewardship of shared data, and ways that government leaders and healthcare stakeholders can advance information technology that promotes the well-being of patients, practitioners, and clinical settings. The focus will be on research, practical solutions, and innovations from the United States and around the world.

    Topics Will Include

    • Successful interprofessional team-based care
    • Advancing the adoption of patient-empowering technology
    • Designing human-centric technology and systems
    • Teaching the use of health information technology to support relationship-based care
    • Ethical stewardship of shared data
    • Keeping practitioners well and resilient
    • Working with government, institutions, and stakeholders to support healing relationships and human capital