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Lourie Memorial Lecture: Electronic Medical Records: Delivering the Right Information to the Right Health Care Providers at the Right Time

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Dr. William Tierney of Indiana University School of Medicine will deliver the 22nd Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. This event is free and open to the public; no registration is required. Reception follows the lecture. Limited free parking is available in the Sheraton Hotel garage; bring your parking stub to the lecture for validation.Dr. Tierney is a clinician-investigator focusing on the application of information technology in medicine and its effects on the quality, efficiency, and costs of health care. He is also a practicing hospital physician. He is director of research for the Indiana University Kenya Program where he and his collaborators implemented the first ambulatory electronic medical record system in sub-Saharan Africa that supports care and research for Kenyans with HIV/AIDS. He also co-directs ResNet, a primary care practice-based research network of 27 inner-city and suburban primary care practice sites in central Indiana. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed articles and is a member of the Institute of Medicine.The Lourie Memorial Lecture is co-sponsored by the Center for Policy Research of the Maxwell School and the Central New York Community Foundation, Inc.  

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