Bethesda, MD, September 24, 2010.
This workshop, held on September 24, 2010 in Bethesda, MD addressed issues related to the current status and future adoption of e-technology innovations in substance use treatment. Major topics included: 1) current use of e-technology in community-based substance use treatment programs; 2) implementing an electronic information system to enhance practice at an opioid treatment program; 3) a panel discussion on institutional or agency challenges, barriers, and benefits to implementing EMR; and 4) the Office of National Drug Control Policy's recommendations for use of EMR in the field.
View the Agenda.
Presentations included (all in PDF format):
U.S. National Drug Control Strategy: Health Care Reform and Electronic Health Records - June S. Sivilli, Sr. Advisor, Office of Demand Reduction, Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
Development of an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) in Substance Use Disorders - Betty Tai, PhD, Director, Center for the Clinical Trials Network, NIDA
Common Data Elements (CDEs): A Perspective from the National Cancer Institute and the caBIG Program - Dianne M. Reeves, RN, MSN, National Cancer Institute Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology
Process of EMR/CDE Initiative: A Panel -- EMMES staff
An Electronic Information System to Enhance Practice at an Opioid Treatment Program -- Lawrence S. Brown, Jr., MD, MPH, FASAM, Addiction Research & Treatment Corporation, NY
Medical Records in Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Centers: Data Standards Needed to Get You There -- Clement J. McDonald, MD, Director, Lister Hill Center for Biomedical Communications, US National Library of Medicine
Review of EMR Questions -- EMMES Staff
Synthesis of Questions for the Four Main Substance Abuse Domains Based on CTP and HCP Intake Forms (a PDF chart)
(Presentations, PDF, English, 2010)
Keywords: Common data elements | Electronic health records (EHR) | National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network | Training
Document No: 531
Submitted by Udi Ghitza, PhD, Health Scientist Administrator, CCTN, 9/30/2010.