Understanding the EHR, Building an Anti-racist Framework in Research
Do you love or hate the Electronic Health Record system? Dr. David Hill and Dr. Joanna Parga-Blinkie chat with Emily C. Webber, MD, about the benefits of information technologies and clinical informatics in the medical care industry.
The hosts also interview Dr. Elizabeth Matsui on the topic of racism in peer reviewed papers and her new article on racial disparities in medical health research.
Guest, Emily C. Webber, MD
Dr. Webber is Chief Medical Information Officer for Riley Children’s Health and Associate CMIO for Indiana’s largest healthcare provider, Indiana University Health. Emily is chairperson of the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Clinical Information Technology. Her work is focused on health IT efficiencies, patient data access, virtual care, and promoting children’s health across the state of Indiana.
Guest, Elizabeth Matsui, MD
Dr. Matsui is a Professor of Population Health and Pediatrics and Associate Director of the Health Transformation Research Institute at Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin. She is a pediatric allergist-immunologist and epidemiologist, and a leading expert on environmental exposures and their effects on asthma and allergy patients.