EMR "information blocking" may interfere with care and put patients at risk. 
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Is Your EMR Hindering Care Instead of Helping?

EMR "information blocking" prompts caregivers to seek new technologies

While designed to aid healthcare professionals, the limitations of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) may occasionally hinder care, potentially putting patients at risk. So-called “information blocking” prevents caregivers from gaining timely access to patients’ electronic health records. The resulting impact on healthcare can be dire. Clinicians are now seeking other technologies, such as the Moberg CNS Monitor, as potential solutions. 

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Westchester Multimodality Monitoring Symposium

State-of-the-art technology & techniques

Sep. 10-11, 2015:  White Plains, NY 

This fall, Westchester Medical Center (WCMC) will host a symposium titled Clinical Application of Cerebral Microdialysis and Multimodality Monitoring in Brain Injury. The program, directed by Michael Stiefel, MD, PhD, focuses on the theory and application of several advanced monitoring techniques used at WCMC.
WCMC's new Neuro Intensive Care Unit houses state-of-the-art technology, including CNS Monitors for EEG and multimodal monitoring.
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Relevant Literature


Global monitoring in the neurocritical care unit.
Olson DMAndrew Kofke WO'Phelan KGupta PKFigueroa SASmirnakis SMLeroux PDSuarez JISecond Neurocritical Care Research Conference Investigators.
Neurocrit Care. 2015 Jun;22(3):337-47.

Recommendations for the use of multimodal monitoring in the neurointensive care unit.
Citerio G, Oddo M, Taccone FS.
Curr Opin Crit Care. 2015 Apr;21(2):113-9.

Accuracy of brain multimodal monitoring to detect cerebral hypoperfusion after traumatic brain injury.
Bouzat PMarques-Vidal PZerlauth JBSala NSuys TSchoettker PBloch JDaniel RTLevivier MMeuli ROddo M.
Crit Care Med. 2015 Feb;43(2):445-52

The International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring in Neurocritical Care: evidentiary tables: a statement for healthcare professionals from the Neurocritical Care Society and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine.
Le Roux PMenon DKCiterio GVespa PBader MKBrophy GDiringer MNStocchetti NVidetta WArmonda RBadjatia NBösel JChesnut RChou S,Claassen JCzosnyka MDe Georgia MFigaji AFugate JHelbok RHorowitz DHutchinson PKumar MMcNett MMiller CNaidech AOddo MOlson D,O'Phelan KProvencio JJPuppo CRiker RRoberson CSchmidt MTaccone F.
Neurocrit Care. 2014 Dec;21 Suppl 2:S297-361.


Traumatic Brain Injury
Pieter Vos, Ramon Diaz-Arrastia
The Practice of Neurocritical Care
J. Claude Hemphill III, Alejandro A. Rabinstein, Owen B. Samuels
Brain Injury Medicine, 2nd Edition: Principles and Practice
Nathan D. Zasler, Douglas I. Katz, Ross D. Zafonte, David B. Arciniegas, M. Ross Bullock, Jeffrey S. Kreutzer

Upcoming Events

Neurotrauma Symposium
Jun. 28 - Jul. 1: Santa Fe, NM
ASET Annual Conference
Jul. 30 - Aug. 1: Weston, FL
Westchester Multimodality Symposium
Sep. 10-11: White Plains, NY
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