Waltham, MA (May 11, 2010) Two IntelliDose® clinical oncology nurse specialists from IntrinsiQ, LLC will share a practical roadmap for successfully implementing electronic health records (EHRs) at the 35th Annual Oncology Nursing Society Congress in San Diego later this week.
Drawing upon hundreds of real-world implementations, Jackie D’Auteuil and Sabrina Ceviker will discuss how to facilitate a smooth transition to an electronic clinical oncology information solution – empowering the oncology nurses who consistently champion treatment standardization, patient safety and practice efficiency.
Oncology nurses attending from across the country will learn how to tap the full potential of EHRs and computerized physician order entry (CPOE) to improve the delicate balance between efficient practice operations and high quality care.
Is Your Oncology Practice EHR Ready? Best Practices to Prepare for a Successful Electronic Health Record Implementation
Jackie D’Auteuil, RN, Clinical Specialist, IntelliDose
Sabrina Ceviker, MSN, RN, AOCNS, Clinical Specialist, IntelliDose
Saturday, May 15, 2010 at 10:15 – 11:45 a.m. PDT
35th Annual Oncology Nursing Society Congress; San Diego Convention Center
IntrinsiQ, LLC is the leading provider of medical oncology clinical information systems and the premier source of US oncology data and analysis. Each month, IntrinsiQ’s clinical software application, IntelliDose®, captures the treatment decisions and details from more than 600 oncologists, for nearly 20,000 unique patients, creating a database unrivaled in accuracy, detail and timeliness of information about the medical oncology care process. IntelliDose ensures patient safety though automation and standards designed to meet the needs of a specific practice, saving staff time, maximizing reimbursement and reducing operating costs. For more information, please visit http://www.intrinsiq.com/.