At this February’s HIMSS 2019 convention, MTS’ vice president of performance solutions Curtis Dudley and vice president of clinical informatics Dr. Todd Craig were featured panelists at “Cloud Analytics: A Fast Lane to Enable Real-World Evidence with Mercy.” They joined SAP Health’s Walt Ellenberger and HealthcareScene’s John Lynn in an open discussion of the game-changing benefits of pairing advanced analytics tools with a health system’s electronic health record.
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In recent months, MTS has begun partnering with St. Louis-area tech training groups NPower and LaunchCode to provide opportunities for those looking to join the technology workforce.
These two not-for-profits provide opportunities for those looking for career changes, with a special focus on helping members of underserved communities. MTS’ Mercy Service Center works closely with interns and apprentices from each organization, showing them the ropes in return for their help with providing tech support for Mercy co-workers.
On April 10, a routine drive home turned into a crucial lifesaving situation for an MTS co-worker. Jack Obert, an MTS co-worker on the security engineering team, helped pull an injured woman from a burning SUV, saving her life.
This story is part of a series on MTS’ growing usage of clinical decision support (CDS) tools. CDS tools collect best practices derived from the latest clinically verified research, then delivers them to providers right at the point of care, inserting recommendations into daily workflows at times when they can be the most useful to doctors.