Eric Rose, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education

Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Medicine

emrdoc@uw.edu

Website


Interests:

Electronic Medical Record design and implementation, Evidence-Based Medicine, Terminology Systems, Automated Decision-Support

Background:

Currently employed as Director of Clinical Terminology, Intelligent Medical Objects.  Prior to that, 7 years of product management of clinical information systems (Microsoft, McKesson, etc.) and 7 years EHR management in a multi-specialty ambulatory care network (University of Washington Physicians Network).

Research:

Electronic Medical Record design and implementation, Evidence-Based Medicine, Terminology Systems, Automated Decision-Support

Representative publications:

  • Leviss J., ed. H.I.T. or Miss: Lessons Learned from Health Information Technology Implementations.
    AHIMA Press: Chicago, 2010. [served as Associate Editor and Contributor]
  • Rose E. Preparing for ICD-10-CM. Journal of AHIMA, July 2009.
  • Bae S., Khouangsathiene S., Morey C., O’Connor C., Rose E., and Shakil A. Implementation of a Web-Based Incident-Reporting System at Legendary Health System. In Lorenzi NM, Ash JS, Einbinder J et al. eds. Transforming Health Care Through Information, 2nd ed. Springer: New York, 2005.