Indiana University School of Medicine
The Indiana University School of Medicine's initiative creates a virtual health care system (vHS) and the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform to ensure competencies in system-, team- and population-based health care as well as clinical decision-making.
2017 Spring Consortium Meeting
The Indiana University School of Medicine presented 3 posters at this year's 2017 Spring Consortium Meeting.
Poster presented: Using a Teaching Electronic Medical Record for Assessing Residents in the Care of Critically Ill Patients: A Pilot Study
Need/gap addressed: Utilizing the tEMR platform, 3 modules were created around cases of septic shock using the de-identified real patient data.
Poster presented: Using a Teaching Electronic Medical Record for Interprofessional Geriatrics Clinical Care Conferences With Medical Residents, Advance Practice Nursing Students and Masters-Level Social Work Students: A Pilot Study
Need/gap addressed: Faculty select complex geriatric cases from patient database to cover common geriatric syndromes.
Poster presented: Creation of a Course to Educate 3rd Year Medical Students Utilizing Synchronous/Asynchronous Methodology, Interprofessional Consultations and the Teaching Electronic Medical Record
Need/gap addressed: Third year medical students generally get few opportunities to be involved in medical care that is longitudinal so they get few opportunities to deal with patients over the entire course of disease management.