CPOE adoption: How to maximize the benefits

While computerized physician order entry holds the potential to help providers avert medication errors, not all clinicians are convinced that the technology truly improves patient safety. To that end, FierceHealthIT has brought together providers with extensive CPOE experience to help organizations make more informed purchasing and implementation and decisions.

You can join FierceHealthIT for this in-depth discussion on Wednesday, June 25 at 2 p.m. ET. As always, the webinar is free.

I'll serve as moderator for the discussion, which features two experienced providers.

Arthur James Bender, medical director of health information at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, began practicing medicine in 1974. He'll talk about his facility's past and present CPOE adoption efforts.

Chris Snyder, chief medical information officer at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Maryland, has worked in primary care and hospital medicine for 18 years. He'll share best practices for CPOE implementation and how it has benefitted his organization.

You'll also have an opportunity to ask questions live during our interactive Q&A session. Take advantage of this great opportunity by registering for free today. Invite your colleagues and come with questions!

Dan Bowman, Senior Editor, FierceHealthIT

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