Using Electronic Health Records and Nursing Assessment to Redesign Clinical Early Recognition Systems
Dr. Jackson is the Associate Director of the Value Institute at Christiana Care Health System and Director of the Center for Health Care Delivery Science, one of four centers that comprise the Value Institute. As Associate Director of the Value Institute, Dr. Jackson’s responsibilities include overseeing integration of clinically connected pragmatic implementation science for all the service lines within Christiana Care.
During his tenure, the Value Institute has been tapped to assist with major projects within the health system, including making recommendations about optimal workflow design in Christiana Care’s new $250 million Women’s and Children’s Tower; using electronic health records and nursing assessment to redesign clinical early warning systems; and improving systems of care for vulnerable patient populations.
In this forum presentation, Dr. Jackson discussed the impact of using electronic health records to improve clinical early detection. He also identified the Value Institute’s novel approaches to increase quality and safety.
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Recommended CitationJackson, Jr., MD, MBA, Eric V., "Using Electronic Health Records and Nursing Assessment to Redesign Clinical Early Recognition Systems" (2016). Jefferson College of Population Health Forum. Presentation 97.