PROVEN Virtual EHRM Research Summit: Accelerating Adaptive and Responsive EHRM Research
Date: Friday, September 29, 2023
The archive from this meeting is available on the intranet only: https://vaww.hsrd.research.cfdi.webdev.va.gov/proven2023/default.cfm
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PROVEN EHRM Research Summit recordings archive:
VA Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D) Cyberseminar Series - HSR&D training and special interest sessions via live web conferences and 24/7 on-demand archived presentations.
- Research and EHR Synergy (REHRS)– Produced by VIReC in conjunction with the ORD Strategic Initiative for Research & EHR Synergy (OSIRES) and PROVEN to help VA researchers understand VA's Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM) transition process and its potential impacts and opportunities. Sessions will highlight issues such as: using the Millennium EHR for research; accessing and using Millennium-generated data; and VA research contributions to enhancing EHRM implementation and impact.
VA Informatics and Computing Infrastructure (VINCI) Training Hour and Cyberseminars - The VA Informatics and Computing Infrastructure (VINCI) is a Health Services Research & Development (HSR&D) Resource Center that provides researchers a nation-wide view of high value VA patient data. VINCI is a research and development partnership and operational platform for health services research, epidemiology, decision support, and business intelligence. VINCI Central contains the launchpad for VINCI workspace which contains all VINCI resources in one location.
- VINCI Central (https://vaww.vinci.med.va.gov/VinciCentral/VU/Index)
VA Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) Implementation Strategy Training Opportunities - Designed specifically for busy frontline staff, QUERI's learning hubs, learning collaborative, and seminars provide a unique opportunity for leaders, providers, and researchers across VA to gain the practical experience and skills needed to lead care improvements at their sites.