Category Archives: Hospital Rounds

AAMC Workshop

Everywhere you look in academic medicine today major initiatives are underway that require fundamental changes in the way people work together. Effective teamwork takes a lot more than a group of individuals skillfully carrying out their specialized tasks. It requires … Continue reading

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5th World Congress of Clinical Safety

Last week I attended the International Association of Risk Management in Medicine’s 5th World Congress of Clinical Safety at Harvard Medical School. The Congress theme was Smart Hospitals and Healthcare: Health Care Management & Leadership, Risk, Quality, and Productivity. I … Continue reading

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Podcast

My recent webinar with Copyright Clearance Center is now a podcast, you can listen to it here – Meet the Informationist

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Text Mining Webinar

Using Text Mining to Improve Patient Care 24-Jun-2016 — 9:00 AM EDT / 3:00 PM CEST In this one-hour webinar hosted by Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), presenters Jonathan Hartmann, Senior Clinical Informationist and Head of Data Management at Georgetown University … Continue reading

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Text Mining Summit and Mining Full Text

Last month I attended the Linguamatics Text Mining Summit in scenic Newport, RI and  presented an update on the work I have done in the past year using text mining on rounds to improve patient care. My presentation was very … Continue reading

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Keep your patients safer with AdverseEvents!

I now have access to AdverseEvents, the only standardized information source on post FDA approval drug safety. AdverseEvents features include RxScore®, the first actionable drug safety scorecard and RxSignal®, the only predictive notification of pending regulatory action. If you suspect a … Continue reading

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CENTILE Colloquium

Last year Georgetown University Medical Center launched the Center for Innovation in Leadership and Education (CENTILE). In June I presented a poster at the first CENTILE  Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions. My poster Using iPads to Enhance … Continue reading

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