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Abstract: Clinicians strive to deliver high quality and personalized care. While precision care is theoretically possible given advances in knowledge and the availability of information, it is practically impossible to deliver because of limitations in the technology in place today. Through a collaboration with healthcare innovators, developers, researchers, clinicians, and patients, Sutter Health is designing, developing, and testing (in real-world clinical practice) a unique point-of-care application called neuroSHARE. neuroSHARE is designed to address the challenges of delivering precise care by automating the curation, organization, and visualization of relevant data and knowledge in an easy-to-use, point-of-care format.

Participants will learn:
Practical, real-world challenges of delivering informatics to the clinician at the point-of-care;
How to design an application to optimize adoption by clinicians;
Methods for rapid-cycle, test-and-learn experimentation in clinical practice;
How clinicians, in a busy practice setting, think about and prioritize adoption of digital health innovations.

Learning Objective 1: Participants will learn practical, real-world challenges of delivering informatics to the physician at the point-of-care.

Learning Objective 2 (Optional): Participants will learn how to design an application to optimize adoption and use by physicians.

Learning Objective 3 (Optional): Participants will learn methods for rapid-cycle, test-and-learn experimentation in clinical practice.

Learning Objective 4 (Optional): Participants will learn how physicians, in a busy practice setting, think about and prioritize adoption of digital health innovations.

Authors:

Joshua Liberman (Presenter)
Sutter Health

J.B. Jones (Presenter)
Sutter Health

Joanna Cooper (Presenter)
Sutter Health

Walter Stewart (Presenter)
Sutter Health

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