Join us on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 at 20 UTC/ Wednesday, June 16, 8am New Zealand for a SNOMED CT Research Webinar featuring Dr. Peter Jones who will be presenting, Accuracy of Real-Time SNOMED-CT Coding by Clerks and Clinicians: A Case Study in Auckland, New Zealand.
Dr. Peter Jones is the Director of Emergency Medicine Research at Auckland City Hospital. He has a MSc in Evidence Based Healthcare from Oxford University and a PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Auckland. He has served on several Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) committees and currently sits on the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM) Research Committee and the Quality Special Interest Group. He has published over 100 articles in the peer reviewed literature and presented more than 60 times at national and international conferences. He chairs the NZ Emergency Medicine Network for research and is currently seconded to New Zealand’s Ministry of Health as the Clinical Lead for Acute Care. He has wide research collaborations internationally, with a broad range of research interests including analgesia, sepsis, thrombosis, acute coronary syndromes, dyspnoea, oxygen therapy, trauma, ED crowding, equity and health systems. He has experience in survey research, observational research, randomised controlled trials and systematic reviews. As a researcher he is especially interested in the quality of source data. Through his Ministry of Health role he has been instrumental in including SNOMED CT in New Zealand’s National Non-Admitted Patient Data Set, with a view to enabling better quality research and healthcare decision making in the future. Peter’s presentation will focus on audits of the quality of real time clerk and clinician coding of Emergency Department visits using the NZ ED SNOMED CT reference sets.
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