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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 59-64

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... Committee on Occupational Information and Electronic Health Records Opening Remarks John Howard, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Discussion 8:45-10:30 Panel 1: Making Meaningful Change by Integrating Occupational Information in Electronic Health Records Facilitators: Laura Obbard and Curtis Cole Panel Framing Questions: x How does capturing occupational data improve care in your area (e.g., by 59
From page 60...
... enhance care? 8:45-8:50 Speaker Introductions 8:50-9:05 Improving Quality in Clinical Practice Robert McLellan, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 9:05-9:20 Improving Efficiency in Clinical Practice James Tacci, Xerox 9:20-9:35 Reducing Health Disparities Sherry Baron, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
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... x What are your recommendations on next steps? 10:45-10:50 Speaker Introductions 10:50-11:05 Lessons Learned from Using Primary Care Data for Public Health Purposes Christie Eheman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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... x What occupational information should be collected so that clinical decision support could be added to the EHR? 1:00-1:05 Speaker Introductions 1:05-1:20 Occupational Health Clinic Perspective Linda Cocchiarella, Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center 1:20-1:35 Managing Injury and Disease in the Workplace Paul Papanek, University of California, Los Angeles 1:35-2:05 Primary Care Perspectives Edward Zuroweste, Migrant Clinicians Network Jack Chapman, Gainesville Eye Associates (via phone)
From page 63...
... 3:00-3:05 Speaker Introductions 3:05-3:20 Standardization of Terms and Interoperability Chris Chute, Mayo Clinic 3:20-3:35 Occupational Information and Health Billing Records Jennifer Taylor, Drexel University 3:35-3:50 Occupation Coding Melissa Chiu, U.S. Census Bureau 3:50-4:05 Implementation Perspective Toby Samo, AllScripts 4:05-4:20 Health System Perspective Roman Kownacki, Kaiser Permanente 4:20-5:00 Discussion 5:00-5:15 Concluding Remarks David Wegman 5:15 Adjourn Workshop

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