Schedule

Tuesday, July 19

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  • Beginner

    When an organization undergoes a large-scale IT implementation, the project’s technical readiness is usually well-planned and consistently executed.  Project management activities always revolve around scope, deliverables, and concrete timelines.  However, operational readiness, or the well-defined plan to prepare individuals to use new technology, is too frequently overlooked.  These are the change management tactics that address optimal utilization and adoption of new tools, ultimately combatting barriers to sustainability.  IT Departments are often credited for implementing key projects—

  • Intermediate

    At a large, geographically widespread academic medical center, meeting researchers where they’re at is a challenge.  Helping clinicians and researchers navigate across which technologies, tools, platforms, internal technology groups, external vendor options and governance and approval boards is a full time job. Actually it’s several people’s full time jobs.

    Join us for a panel discussion of how XXX has created both formal and informal structures to support researchers interested in using technology in healthcare research. Hear from a—

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  • Intermediate

    There is no recording for this session. The presenters have opted to provide the slides for attendees. These can be downloaded below in the Session Files section - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee

    As the use and availability of Electronic Health Record system have expanded so have opportunities to reuse the information they collect to improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs, improve health system operations and support a variety of research activities.

    Although the opportunities for secondary reuse of EHR are—

  • Beginner

    At the request of the presenter, this session was not recorded. - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee

    Extending UC Health’s EHR to the Community Market

    • Define Electronic Health Record (EHR) provisioning to the community market and how that foundation helps evolve the patient care continuum
    • Discuss how UC Health is taking a proactive, integrated approach to advancing their provisioning strategies and capabilities
    • Provide insight to the program development necessary to sustain the business model (e.g., legal, compliance, risk,—

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Wednesday, July 20

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  • Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
    Library - Room 1312

    Intermediate

    Look a technical into how Zoom is changing Healthcare by providing patients a user friendly tool that is secure but also open to innovative development. In this session we will speak to the ways that your department can incorporate Zoom into the patient experience as well as the lessons learned from UCSF's implementation of it. This session will also highlight our plans for Zoom in Healthcare and where we see this platform taking us. 

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  • Beginner

    In the Fall of 2018, the XXXXX released a custom Referrals Automation application that integrated with seven plus different systems across the enterprise and beyond including NIH, commercial vendors and other 3rd party systems.

    While the application was a success, XXX wanted to scale their platform quickly and proactively. With dependencies on external APIs, XXXX needed to be able to monitor and detect changes automatically to ensure stability.

    A DevOps culture seemed necessary.  Since, the XXXXXXXX has had—

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  • Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
    Library - Room 1312

    Intermediate

    The Data Provisioning Core (DPC) exists to support the majority of health data analysis needs though the provisioning of well-characterized raw health-related data and derived conceptual information to data requestors. Fundamental to the mission of the DPC is 1) the development of best practices in clinical informatics to guide the acquisition, transmission, aggregation, sematic curation, characterization, protection, and delivery of health data, and 2) a paradigm shift in the relationship between core users of data and members—

  • Beginner

    In this digital age, more and more of medicine is turning to clinical imaging: photo capture, digital retinography, arthroscopy videos, point-of-care ultrasound and more.  While radiology has been perfecting imaging workflows for decades, standardized workflows do not exist for imaging in many other specialties. By leveraging the strength of the UC Health system, we had hoped to create a multidisciplinary team to tackle these workflows. This session is a walk through the lessons learned from our collaboration—

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  • Beginner

    This session will review how our health organization helps to engage our high profile patients by providing a mobile application to give these members a quick way to communicate with our Care Connect team.  This application allows these patients to:

    + Activate a call to a dedicated line

    + Mobile chat a team member during a specified time window

    + Request an appointment

    + Connect to the MyChart patient portal

    + Receive exclusive insights, announcements, and private—

  • Intermediate

    Healthcare data exchange and Interoperability are hot button topics when it comes to patient information, the cost of healthcare and barriers encountered by patients who receive care at multiple institutions.  This session will give an overview of the current methodologies for health data exchange and what has been successful to date as well as places where they have failed.  After the current state overview, the session will transition into future state exchange and discuss the FHIR (Fast—

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  • Intermediate

    DevOps for accuracy, repeatability, and productivity at UC Davis Schools of Health.   

     

    DevOps means different things to different groups, at UC Davis we have utilized Docker, Jenkins, ELK, and Ansible for automated deploys and will be rolling out continuous integration and continuous deploy (CI/CD).  We have learned so far that the “how” of DevOps is far more important than the “what”. 

     

    UC Davis Schools of Health develops and supports software in-house that results in over 120 different—