Class of '82 Webinar
Understanding How to Utilize Technology to improve communication between Doctors and Patients
Tuesday, November 14, 8:30-9:30 pm EDT
In 2011 a new program called "Meaningful Use" was created. This program provided incentive funds for Doctors and Hospitals to implement Health Information Technology. This technology has had a significant impact on the practice of medicine in the United States. Some feel the impact has been positive, others disagree.
Over the past few years the program has changed, and the current focus of the program is to encourage better doctor to doctor communication and doctor to patient communication. Two of the officers of the Class of '82 are doctors who have implemented Health Information Technology and they will share their perspectives on the impact of the program.
Our presenters include:
Class Vice President Dr. Michael Brody is a practicing Podiatrist in New York. He has been involved in the development of many of the standards that Electronic Health Records (EHR) utilize and has served and held positions at HITSP, CCHIT, The Standards and Interoperability Framework, HIMSS, and HL7 where is currently a co-chair of the EHR Workgroup.
Class President Dr. Scot Goldberg is a practicing Internist in Michigan. He has 28 years experience in private primary care. He has held many positions in organized medicine including President of Macomb County (MI) Medical Society, Michigan State Medical Society Board Member and Chairman of the Michigan Board of Medicine. He will offer his viewpoint of Medical Informational Technology from both the practicing physician and from organized medicine’s perspective.
to all who attended this year's reunion.
Listen to talks given by four outstanding MIT seniors about the profound impact scholarship and UROP support has had on their lives!
There is always time to donate to the
Class of 1982 Student Aid Fund.