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Health information technology presents an exciting opportunity for researchers interested in applied work, according to Karen B. DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
The only way to manage the massive amount patient data being collected today is by using big data in real time, according Dr Keith Dunleavy, president, CEO, chairman of the board for Inovalon, Inc.
Kimberly Westrich, director for health services research for the National Pharmaceutical Council, explained why accountable care organizations should consider medications an essential part of condition management.
Dr Peter P. Yu, MD, Emphasized the importance of value when considering the implications of cancer care.
Karen B. DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology said the promise and power of health information technology in the world of public health is vast and growing.
Karen Lewis, MS, MM, CGC, medical policy administrator and genetic counselor at Priority Health, said that providers are engaging in genetic testing, but they are doing so in “an uninformed fashion.”
Peter Paul Yu, MD, FASCO, who this summer became president of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, shared how the group is leading the discussion of what constitutes value in cancer care, as well as the need to engage all stakeholders in this critical topic.