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Event

EMHI ROUNDS – November 23, 2023

Thursday, November 23, 2023 09:00to12:00

EMHI ROUNDS – November 23, 2023 @ 9am to 12pm  

Hi all, Join us for a talk on core topic, a journal club, and a case study in health IT:   

via Teams : 2023-2024 link   

9am: Core topic –  Overview for data privacy and security in healthcare organization, By: Saleh Alsaeed, Pediatric-EMHI fellow

Learning objectives: 

  1. What are the key strategies for improving the integrity of patient information in healthcare?
  2. Clarifying the essential aspects of HIPAA rules that providers must comply with?
  3. Providing guidance on how healthcare professionals should approach the disclosure of patient information.

​Question: How can you enhance patient trust while ensuring the integrity of their information in your healthcare organizations?

10 am: Case study: Internet of Things (IoT) in Healthcare, By: Dr. Bassam Alomar

Learning Objectives:  

  1. Understanding IoT Technologies in Healthcare.
  2. Exploring Applications of IoT in Healthcare.
  3. Analyzing Data Security and Privacy in IoT Healthcare Solutions.

Question: What IoT application would you have in your department?

11 am –  journal club review by Dr. Khalid Binghannam, EM Resident

BIO: Dr. Khalid Binghannam, EM resident, department of emergency medicine, McGill University. He is in his last year of his residency, currently doing his Area of Interest (AoI) with the EMHI program.

Learning Objectives:  

  1. What can be the benefits of real-time bacteremia prediction tool in the ER?
  2. Challenges and limitations of real time prediction tools

Question:  What real-time prediction tools would you like to have in your department?

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From EMHI Fellows: Dr. Saleh and Dr. Bassam  

BIO:  Dr. Saleh Alsaeed, health informatics emergency medicine fellow, department of emergency medicine, McGill University. He is from pediatric background, finished his pediatric medicine board in Saudi Arabia, and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship in McMaster prior to being enrolled in his current fellowship. Dr. Saleh has an interest in workflow and human behavior. 

Bio: Dr. Bassam Alomar, health informatics emergency medicine fellow, department of emergency medicine, McGill University. He is from pediatric background, finished his pediatric medicine board and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship in Saudi Arabia, worked as a staff for 2 years prior to being enrolled in his current fellowship. Dr. Bassam has an interest in workflow improvement, big data management and machine learning. 

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