From Paper to Purgatory: The History of Electronic Medical Records and Their Impact on Healthcare

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Tierney, William M.
Lecture delivered by Bill Tierney, MD (Clinical Professor and Associate Dean of Population Health and Health Outcomes, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, IUPUI) on April 5, 2023.  Dr. Tierney’s research focuses on improving health care delivery and its outcomes through developing and implementing electronic health record systems and health information exchanges in hospital and outpatient venues in Indiana and in East Africa. 

This event was part of the Regenstrief Educational Insights and Learning Series (REILS) and cosponsored by the John Shaw Billings History of Medicine Society, IU School of Medicine History of Medicine Student Interest Group, IUPUI Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program, and the Ruth Lilly Medical Library. 
Schneider, William H.
Ruth Lilly Medical Library
Educational; History
History of Medicine; Medical Informatics; Electronic Medical Records; Medical Records Data Processing; Regenstrief Institute for Health Care; Medical Centers Administration; McDonald, Clement J., 1940-; Indiana University School of Medicine
Indiana (state)
History of Medicine and Medical Humanities Lectures
Ruth Lilly Medical Library
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Recorded at the Regenstrief Institute (1101 W 10th St, Indianapolis, IN 46202) on April 5, 2023.

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