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“The Public Health Information Network and EHRs: Five Case Studies” (with Diane McLeod) Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, February 25, 2008, Orlando, FL.

“Five EHR/State Vaccine Registry Case Studies” (with Sumathi Chinnasamy), August 27, 2007, Fifth Annual Public Health Information Network (PHIN) Conference, Atlanta, GA.

“A Mutual Relationship: Workflow Management Systems, Meet Healthcare”, e-Session, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, February 26-March 1, 2007, New Orleans, LA.

“CCHIT Certification: Question and Answer Workshop” (with Peter Waegemann), Health IT Trends & Marketing Conference, August 2, 2006, Boston, MA.

“Integrating Workflow into Your Product”, Health IT Trends & Marketing Conference, August 2, 2006, Boston, MA.

“MRI’s Marketing Workshop: How to Win Awards, Influence Attendees, and Be Successful at Conferences” (with Peter  Waegemann), Health IT Trends & Marketing Conference, August 1, 2006, Boston, MA.

“Introduction to Workflow Management Systems in Healthcare”, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 21, 2006, Baltimore, MD. (three hour tutorial)

“Report from TEPR 2005: Using EHRs to Improve Workflow”, Health IT Trends and Marketing, Aug 23, 2005, Boston, MA.

“MRI’s Marketing Workshop: How to Win Awards, Influence Attendees, and Be Successful at Conferences” (with Peter  Waegemann, Claudia  Tessier, Jeff  Blair, Larry  Ozeran), Health IT Trends & Marketing Conference, August 23, 2005, Boston, MA.

“Introduction to Workflow Management Systems in Healthcare”, 21st Annual TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 14, 2005, Salt Lake City, UT. (three hour tutorial)

“EHR Workflow Management Systems in Ambulatory Care”, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, February 14, 2005, Dallas, TX.

“Summary of Previous EHR Summits, Part II”, EHR Summit IV: EHR Concepts and Recent Developments, Dec 9, 2004, San Diego, CA.

“Workflow Management and Electronic Health Record Systems”, Medinfo 2004: 12th World Congress on Medical Informatics, Sept 10, 2004, San Francisco, CA.

“Understanding EHR Concepts and Successes” (with Peter Waegemann), EHR Summit III: EHR Concepts and Recent Developments, July 19, 2004, Washington, DC.

“Building on Over 20 Years of Development in Workflow Management Systems”, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 19, 2004, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

“A True Workflow Management System for Ambulatory Care”, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, Feb 23, 2004, Orlando, FL.

“What (Exactly) is EHR Workflow Management? Empirical Effects of Workflow Management on Practice Productivity”, EHR Summit II, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, Feb 9, 2004, Los Angeles, CA.

“Advantages of Thin/Client/WLAN-based Electronic Patient Records”, National Conference on m-Health and EOE, Sept 9, 2003, Minneapolis, MN.

“EHR Workflow Management: The Workflow of Workflow”, May 14, 2003, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, San Antonio, TX.

“A Pediatric EMR Workflow Management System”, Pediatric Special Day-Long Seminar, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 13, 2003, San Antonio, TX.

EMR Systems Small/Solo Practice Awards Application Presentation (achieved Second Place), TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 10, 2003, San Antonio, TX.

“Taking Advantage of the Wireless Discount When Buying an EPR”, Mobile Healthcare Conference: Wireless Applications and Technologies, May 14, 2002, Seattle, WA.

“Natural, Consistent, Relevant, Supportive, and Flexible EPRs” Mobile Healthcare Conference: Wireless Applications and Technologies, May 14, 2002, Seattle, WA.

“Customizing a Structured Data Entry-Oriented CPR for an Obstetrics Practice,” (with Bradford Fenton, MD, PhD), Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, January 28, 2002, Atlanta, GA.

“Wireless Thin Clients in Ten Medical Practices”, First International Conference and Exhibition Wireless Healthcare Applications & Technologies, October 3–5, 2001, Las Vegas, NV.

“Structured Data Entry in a Workflow-enabled Electronic Patient Record”, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 12, 2001, Boston, MA. (with John Copenhaver, MD)

“Top Ten Lists Data Mined from a Pediatric Private Practice”, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 11, 2001, Boston, MA. (with John Copenhaver, MD)

“A Methodology for Web-Enabling a Computer-based Patient Record with Contributions from Cognitive Science”, MedInfo 2001, 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics, Sept 4, 2001, London, UK.

“Emigrating to the Web: How to Web-Enable an Existing Client/Server-Based CPR”, Sixth Annual Conference on of the Microsoft Healthcare Users Group, October 5, 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada. (with Mark Copenhaver)

“The Use of the Internet in the Private Practitioner’s Office”, National Medical Association 2000 Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly, August 16, 2000, Washington, D.C.

“The Workflow-Enabled CPR: Ten Case Studies”, TEPR Conference & Exhibition, May 9, 2000, San Francisco, California. (with Mark Copenhaver)

“The CPR in Eleven Paperless Physicians’ Offices: Performance, Processes, and Results”, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference, April 11, 2000, Dallas, Texas. (with Dee McGhee and Jeffrey Cooper, MD)

“Workflow in the Physician’s Office: A CPR Strategy to Improve ROI”, Microsoft Healthcare Users Group Fifth Annual Conference, September 15, 1999, San Diego, California. (with Jeffrey Cooper, MD)

“Using the Web to Teach Medical Informatics”, Online Teaching and Learning Conference, March 10-13, 1999, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

“Why Johnny Can’t Reengineer Health Care Processes with Information Technology”, MedInfo 1995, 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics, July 24, 1995, Vancouver, BC, Canada. (with Sean McLinden and Kathleen Begler)

“A Tcl/Tk Based Graphical Interface to Medical and Administrative Information”, 18th Annual Symposia on Computer Applications in Medical Care, November 5, 1994, Washington, DC. (with Andrew Pople, Roseann Silva, Xiaofeng Wang, and Sean McLinden)

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