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Earley & Associates Offers Two-Part Webinar Series on Challenges and Solutions to Digitization in Healthcare
Date:5/3/2011

STOW, Mass., May 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare executives hold high expectations that information technology will reduce the cost of healthcare.  Many obstacles exist to digitization, however.  Earley & Associates, the nation's foremost information management and taxonomy consulting firm, is hosting a two-part webinar series titled Digitization of the Healthcare Industry Part 1 - Core Drivers and Obstacles to Adoption on Wednesday, May 4 from 1-2 p.m. EDT and Digitization of the Healthcare Industry Part 2 - Data Integration Challenges and Approaches on Wednesday, May 18 from 1-2 p.m. EDT.  The sessions will be led by Dr. Christian Reich, Program Manager at the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership, an FDA-led NIH/PhRMA partnership.

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"With the current models and drivers, we are on a path to health care costs increasing up to 35% of gross domestic product by 2050," says Reich, who will lead the webinar along with Seth Maislin.  "This means that one third of the entire economy will be healthcare-related, which is clearly unsustainable.  Information technology can solve many of the problems around the cost of healthcare, however numerous obstacles exist."

Reich will discuss the role that taxonomies and information science approaches will play in addressing: clinical trial automation, post marketing drug surveillance, benefit-risk analysis and comparative effectiveness of treatments.

Dr. Reich, Senior Consultant at Earley & Associates, is Program Manager at the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership, a public-private research project between PhRMA and academic research institutions managed by the Foundation for the NIH and chaired by the FDA.  Reich is responsible for the technical inf
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