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Johns Hopkins University and Mt. Sinai Hospital of Toronto Honored For Innovative Use of Health Information and Technology to Improve Patient Care
Date:3/4/2013

kins University School of Medicine, is a web-based program that utilizes cell phones and texting technology to send automatic daily texts to a patient at a specified time, asking the patient to record his/her mood. Mood 24/7 was developed to support psychologists' ability to capture their patients' moods over time, as patients often forget to maintain the written record between office visits.
  • The Evidence-Based Medicine Algorithm, created by Sandra Kendall , Director of Library Services at Mount Sinai Hospital, was developed to demonstrate how the power of information can improve clinicians' work, thus improving patient care. She grouped different databases into tiers, assisting practitioners in choosing the best evidence-based resources available. Kendall also recently created a Library Value Study designed to demonstrate how the library has contributed to better medical education and clinical research, and to seek input into how the library can continue to contribute to better patient care by supporting clinical research in innovative ways.

  • "On behalf of the team at Mt. Sinai in Toronto, we are very excited to receive this award from Elsevier," Kendall said. "We see tremendous value in the evidence-based medicine project, as it allows our physicians to fully leverage the power of our resources in ways that they haven't done before to directly influence patient care delivery."

    Elsevier will host a Meet & Greet for the Key Innovator Award winners at HIMSS13. To learn more about their projects, please visit booth #6129 on:

    • Monday, March 4, 2-3 p.m. - Johns Hopkins
    • Tuesday, March 5, 10:30-11:30 a.m. - Mount Sinai Hospital

    In addition to recognizing the Key Innovator Award winners, Elsevier will demonstrate its integrated clinical decision support (CDS) and clinical referenc
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