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Finding Peace in Portals

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This episode of IIR focuses on the functions we want in our EHR portals, including some research into some surprising new uses for portal information.

Our special guest is a brilliant young faculty member from Johns Hopkins. Kevon-Mark Jackman is a Dr.PH and MPH, and an assistant professor of pediatrics, in adolescent medicine. We met a few months ago, and I thought it would be fun to discuss some of what he’s doing with EHR patient portals with the group.

Sarah Bland, a leader in Vanderbilt’s Center for Precision Medicine is here, as is Jane Bach, an extremely successful “performing” songwriter in Nashville. Jane is joined by Jeanie McQuinn, a partner with Jane in songwriting. They go back many years—Jeanie was a huge fan of Jane’s, as you’ll hear, and now work with her from time to time. You’ll get to hear from all of them discussing Kevon’s work, as well as work that still needs to be done to improve the use of patient portals.

During the episode, we made reference to the following work/people:

  • Special shout-out to Deborah Estrin, whose work on breadcrumbs informed our "wish list" for interoperability. Her TED talk on the topic is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAEhSGYEHWU
  • Jeanie's production company is Great Big River Music. Check them out!
  • Jane has a new project that hasn't been formally announced, but you can follow her on https://janebachmusic.com/

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This episode of IIR focuses on the functions we want in our EHR portals, including some research into some surprising new uses for portal information.

Our special guest is a brilliant young faculty member from Johns Hopkins. Kevon-Mark Jackman is a Dr.PH and MPH, and an assistant professor of pediatrics, in adolescent medicine. We met a few months ago, and I thought it would be fun to discuss some of what he’s doing with EHR patient portals with the group.

Sarah Bland, a leader in Vanderbilt’s Center for Precision Medicine is here, as is Jane Bach, an extremely successful “performing” songwriter in Nashville. Jane is joined by Jeanie McQuinn, a partner with Jane in songwriting. They go back many years—Jeanie was a huge fan of Jane’s, as you’ll hear, and now work with her from time to time. You’ll get to hear from all of them discussing Kevon’s work, as well as work that still needs to be done to improve the use of patient portals.

During the episode, we made reference to the following work/people:

  • Special shout-out to Deborah Estrin, whose work on breadcrumbs informed our "wish list" for interoperability. Her TED talk on the topic is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAEhSGYEHWU
  • Jeanie's production company is Great Big River Music. Check them out!
  • Jane has a new project that hasn't been formally announced, but you can follow her on https://janebachmusic.com/

  continue reading

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