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*[[media:RCB_Story_-_Duke_Heart_Procedures.docx|Duke University - Duke Heart Business Unit – Procedure Reporting, James Tcheng MD, posted 4 Feb 2019]]
 
*[[media:RCB_Story_-_Duke_Heart_Procedures.docx|Duke University - Duke Heart Business Unit – Procedure Reporting, James Tcheng MD, posted 4 Feb 2019]]
 
*[[media:Greta_Branford-UMich-HIMSS_2019.pdf|University of Michigan - Burnout: How EHR Usability Improves Efficiency & Satisfaction, Greta Branford MD, presented 14 Feb 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
 
*[[media:Greta_Branford-UMich-HIMSS_2019.pdf|University of Michigan - Burnout: How EHR Usability Improves Efficiency & Satisfaction, Greta Branford MD, presented 14 Feb 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
*[[media:Monica_Jones-SNOMED_Clinical_Forum-20190409a.pdf|National Health Service - Rotherham Foundation Trust (UK) - Benefits of SNOMED CT from a clinical perspective, The Rotherham experience, Monica Jones, presented 9 Apr 2019]]
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*[[media:Monica_Jones-SNOMED_Clinical_Forum-20190409a.pdf|National Health Service - Rotherham Foundation Trust (UK) - Benefits of SNOMED CT from a clinical perspective, The Rotherham experience, Monica Jones, presented 9 Apr 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
*[[media:ClinAC128 Optimization in the Ambulatory Setting.pdf|University of Pennsylvania - Getting Time Back in Your Day!  Implementing a Multi-Faceted Approach to Optimizing Epic in the Ambulatory Setting, Jeff Tokazewski MD, Carole Rosen, Shane Thomas, May 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
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*[[media:HL7_-_CCA_Optimization_Presentation_7.15.19.pdf|University of Pennsylvania - Getting Time Back in Your Day!  Implementing a Multi-Faceted Approach to Optimizing Epic in the Ambulatory Setting, Jeff Tokazewski MD, Carole Rosen, Shane Thomas, 15 Jul 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
 
*[https://www.aha.org/system/files/media/file/2019/05/plf-well-being-playbook.pdf?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=05162019%2Dat%2Dpub&utm_campaign=aha%2Dtoday American Hospital Association - Well-Being Playbook, A Guide for Hospital and Health System Leaders, May 2019]
 
*[https://www.aha.org/system/files/media/file/2019/05/plf-well-being-playbook.pdf?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=05162019%2Dat%2Dpub&utm_campaign=aha%2Dtoday American Hospital Association - Well-Being Playbook, A Guide for Hospital and Health System Leaders, May 2019]
  

Revision as of 16:34, 12 July 2019

The Reducing Clinician Burden (RCB) Project is an activity of the HL7 Electronic Health Record Work Group (EHR WG).

Please subscribe to the HL7 EHR WG listserver for meeting announcements, agendas and updates regarding current work.

The RCB Project team meets via teleconference on the 1st and 3rd Mondays each month - at 3PM ET (US). To join the teleconference: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/798931918

NOTE: DRAFT documents may be incomplete and are posted for Team review and discourse. Please take care to note their draft (tentative) status if referencing or sharing with others.


HL7 RCB Project - Presentations

HL7 RCB Project - Analysis Worksheet

"See What We Mean"

HL7 RCB Project - Reducing Burden and Addressing Burnout - Success Stories

HL7 RCB Project - Focus Team Drafts

US Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden"

HL7 RCB Project - Reference Sources