Biography and Synopsis
Prof. Shaha is internationally recognized in outcomes researcher, expert in IT and continuous improvement with 30+ years of experience. He advised 10 governments in Europe, Asia, America and Australia and 250+ organizations globally on IT, KPIs, outcomes and quality. He had helped globally recognized healthcare organizations e.g. Johns Hopkins, Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York-Presbyterian. He co-authored the Baldrige Award for healthcare. He has presented 200+ papers at conferences globally (consistently top 90th percentile ratings) and has 100+ peer-reviewed publications and two texts in print. He is Professor, Center for Policy and Public Administration, and lecturer Harvard University and others.
Tuesday, 18 September
13:30 - 14:00
Technology Helps Reduced Medication Error and Alert Fatigue Through HIT
Two case studies illustrate reduced medication errors and alert fatigue through EMR / EHRs with CPOE and advanced CDS. Illustrative graphics and rigorous statistics prove the power of technology in healthcare.