BSP Partner Fred Peyerl addresses the 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Surgery in Dubai on October 05th 2015


Dubai: Boston Strategic Partners, Inc. (BSP) Partner Fred Peyerl presented a talk on the applications of Electronic Health Record (EHR) database analytics at the recently concluded 4th International Conference and Exhibition on Surgery (Surgery-2015) held in Dubai during October 5-7th, 2015. Surgery-2015 is a CME-accredited conference organized by OMICS International for experts to share their latest findings, technical expertise and experiences in the various fields of surgery.

“EHR databases provide a unique source of aggregated point-of-care data covering all aspects of the patient encounter, thus allowing researchers to investigate clinical and administrative outcomes during and subsequent to the surgical visit,” says Fred Peyerl, Partner, BSP.

Recently, BSP researchers analyzed data from a large de-identified US EHR database to conduct a retrospective comparative effectiveness study examining the impact of intravenous fluid choice on postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing on-pump coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) and/or valve procedures. The results of this study revealed a major application of retrospective analyses of EHR databases for the identification of best perioperative practices and inspired this presentation.

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