Dr. Rose Kenny: How To Get The Most From Clinical Informatics

Dr. Rose Kenny has worked as a Clinical Informatician for the Family Care Center in Redmond, Oregon since 2002. Clinical informatics allows medical professionals to quickly access important records about their patients, allowing for the more efficient provision of care. This makes it crucial that those who work in the field understand how to make the most of what they have available to them, so keep these pointers in mind.

Get Involved In Design

While your facility’s IT professionals will have responsibility for developing the system, it is those who use it most that need to have the lion’s share of the input when it comes to design. Get involved with the process from the beginning and provide regular feedback to the tech department to ensure the creation of a usable system.

Use Everything That Is Available

Your clinical informatics system should have a user interface that makes it easy to enter patient data, no matter how inconsequential the information may seem at the time. Make sure you fill every field that you can with the information you have at your disposal, as this will all go to a central database that could prove vital to others later on.

Get Educated

The more you know about informatics, the more you can contribute to the improvement of your facility’s system. There are a number of courses available at the graduate level, such as the Clinical Informatics 10 x 10 courses that Dr. Rose Kenny took at Kansas University Medical Center. Do your research and select a course that suits your needs.

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About Dr Rose Kenny

Dr. Rose Kenny is a multi-talented physician whose work ethic has seen her achieve success in her field.
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