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Date:2/2/2012

from prescriptive and intuitive decision making to one that is predictive and analytic.
  • Eric Fleegler, MD, MPH, and Eugenia Chan, MD, MPH, have developed a web-based program designed to capture in real time how a child with a chronic condition responds to medications when he is away from hospital. The Integrated Clinical Information Sharing System (ICISS) is a monitoring and management system that gathers real time (rather than recounted by parents weeks later) information from patients, parents, teachers and others care takers to monitor a child's health and functional outcomes so clinicians can accurately assess and adjust medication regimens. Its goal is to improve care coordination, decrease unnecessary healthcare utilization, enhance clinical decision-making and identify variations in care for defined patient populations.
  • "Think Pediatrics" is a cloud-based teaching platform designed by Jeff Burns, MD, MPH, and Traci Wollbrink, MD, MPH, to aid and support clinicians around the world. By harnessing the global reach of the Internet, the latest knowledge can be shared instantly, providing clinicians with life-saving information anywhere at any time. "Pediatrics without Walls" is a comprehensive, continuously updated, and peer-reviewed knowledge exchange platform dedicated to providing multimedia and interactive teaching for physicians and nurses who are caring for critically ill children. Developed in collaboration with IBM, the March 2012 beta launch will include 1,000 users in hospitals across six continents.
  • Thanks to the "Back to Sleep" campaign, babies are spending more time on their backs, causing their skulls to flatten, a condition known as

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