It has been an extraordinarily long few months to say the least. Society has undergone significant changes, many for the better and some obviously for the worse. It may be that the worse is yet to come. Before we emerge into this new environment, lets take pause to hear again from Dr. Michael Klompas about what we know, what we don’t know, what to expect, and how we can prepare.
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Dr. Michael Klompas
Associate Professor at Harvard Medical and Infectious Disease Physician/Epidemiologist at Bringham's and Women's Hospital
Dr. Michael Klompas is an associate professor at Harvard Medical and an infectious disease physician and associate hospital epidemiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He works on public health surveillance using electronic health information with a particular focus on finding ways to make electronic surveillance sensitive, specific, objective, and reproducible. Examples include healthcare-associated infections, communicable diseases, and diabetes. He is the clinical leader for the Electronic medical record Support for Public Health Project (ESP) under the umbrella of the CDC Center of Excellence for Public Health Informatics. The ESP project aims to create generalizable tools for real-time public health surveillance using electronic medical record data.
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