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Johns Hopkins Center for Population Health Information Technology

Lectures

Faculty associated with CPHIT are invited to present lectures throughout the Johns Hopkins University, as part of the collaborative and interdisciplinary focus of the Center.

Audiences have encompassed students and professionals in public health, medicine, business and engineering. Featured here are some of the presentations and Grand Rounds lectures the faculty have delivered in the past year on topics including informatics, population health, and HIT policy.

Population Health Informatics (pt. 1)

Using Information Technology to Improve Population Health: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Context (part 1)
Introduction to the field of Population Health Informatics and CPHIT.

Population Health Informatics (pt. 2)

Using Information Technology to Improve Population Health: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Context (part 2)
How health IT can support health policy.

Population Health Informatics (pt. 3)

Using Information Technology to Improve Population Health: Opportunities, Challenges, and Policy Context (part 3).
Applying health IT and the future of population health informatics.

Lecture by
Michael Furukawa

On the successes and challenges of Meaningful Use since HITECH.  A jointly sponsored Grand Rounds seminar from CPHIT and DHSI. View slides.

Lecture by
Roland Gamache

A jointly sponsored grand rounds event for CPHIT and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Division of Health Science Informatics. View slides.

Lecture by
Hadi Kharrazi

CPHIT Assistant Director, Dr. Hadi Kharrazi addresses the Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare Conference in Philadelphia. View slides.

Lecture by
Jonathan Weiner

Learn more about CPHIT’s mission, vision, and initial R&D priorities from the Center director, Dr. Jonathan Weiner.

Lecture by
Hadi Kharrazi

Automating the Contexualization of Population-Based CDSS in Tethered EHRs/PHRs. View slides.

Listen to Dr. Jonathan Weiner give an overview on Population Health and CPHIT "Using Information Technology to Improve Population Health: Opportunities and Challenges"