May 27, 2022, 3:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Join the webinar via the Zoom link.
The monthly Seminar Series from the Office of Health Information and Data Science welcomes Sachin Kheterpal, MD, MBA, from the University of Michigan Medical School.
Although the rise of patient-centered research is important, the participant burden has increased in parallel. This discussion will examine one example of the complementary use of electronic health records, computed phenotypes, smartphones, and wearables to understand a patient’s daily experience while minimizing participant burden.
|Sachin Kheterpal, MD, MBA
Associate Dean for Research Information Technology
Professor of Anesthesiology
University of Michigan Medical School
Kheterpal received his Bachelor of Science, Doctorate of Medicine, and Master in Business Administration degrees from the University of Michigan. His career has been focused on the novel use of IT and electronic health records (EHR) for patient care, quality improvement and research. He is recognized as a national leader in perioperative large dataset clinical research and has published numerous articles, editorials and book chapters regarding intraoperative management and long-term postoperative outcomes. Using innovative techniques to integrate administrative, EHR, and registry data across institutions, he leads the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group. The group has accumulated more than six million patient records with risk-adjusted outcomes and detailed clinical intervention data spanning more than 30 health systems across the U.S. and Europe for outcomes research and quality improvement.