On October 15, 2018, the Patient Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network (PCCDS-LN) is hosting a one-day conference to bring together diverse stakeholders to learn about and discuss key issues in drafting a National Opioid Action Plan. They will also set an agenda for developing, disseminating, and applying PCCDS in other domains. They invite you to please join them for this exciting event!
The 2018 Patient Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network Annual Meeting, Leveraging Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support: Addressing the National Opioid Crisis and Beyond, will be held on October 15, 2018 at the Hyatt in Crystal City, Virginia. Please join them to learn about the latest trends in patient-centered clinical decision support (PCCDS) and how it can be leveraged to address the national opioid crisis. Hear from nationally recognized experts on clinical decision support, Dr. David Bates from Harvard University and Dr. Christopher Harle from Indiana University on the latest applications of clinical decision support (CDS). Also hear from the Learning Network on the framing of a draft National Action Plan to address the Opioid Crisis, initiatives to advance the technical infrastructure necessary to improve adoption of PCCDS, and efforts to address the legal, policy, and marketplace issues impeding the broad dissemination of modular, shareable CDS.
Registration is available here.
A limited number of hotel rooms are reserved for the meeting, and you can reserve your room online by clicking here.
They welcome your input and appreciate your ongoing support for and participation in our annual conference.
Barry Blumenfeld, MD, Project Director and Principal Investigator PCCDS-LN: email@example.com
PCCDS Learning Network: firstname.lastname@example.org
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