Clinical Informatics Lecture (AUDIO – 2016)
AMIA Morris Collen Award to Dr Safran (2014)
DCI Division Chief Dr Charles Safran was awarded the Morris Collen Award at the AMIA 2014 conference in Washington, DC. As a part of the award ceremony, this video was played testifying to the important work Dr Safran has contributed to Clinical Informatics over the years.
Length: 17:45 // Original Air Date: 2014
AMIA Morris Collen Award to Dr Warner Slack & Dr Howard Bleich (2001)
DCI Co-Founders Dr Warner Slack & Dr Howard Bleich were awarded the Morris Collen Award at the AMIA conference in2001 . As a part of the award ceremony, this video was played to highlight the important work that Drs Slack and Bleich accomplished together, driving the Clincal Informatics field to be what it is today.
Length: 15:55 // Original Air Date: 2001
DCI 40th Anniversary (2010)
The Division of Clinical Informatics proudly celebrated its 40th anniversary with a Symposium and Gala dinner on March 8th, 2010. Current and former faculty and staff as well as friends and well wishers were invited to the celebrations at the Harvard Club where the Division’s history, influence and impact were highlighted.
Length: 2:23 // Original Air Date: 2010
Baby CareLink on CBS Evening News (2000)
Funded by the National Library of Medicine in 1996, Baby CareLink is a telemedicine application designed by Drs. Jim Gray and Charles Safran to provide the educational and emotional support for families of low birth weight infants with prolonged stays in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units.
Length: 3:36 // Original Air Date: 2000
“LINC” with Tomorrow with commentary from Warner Slack (1967 & 1991)
The original broadcast of the science tv show SPECTRUM on National Education Television, the predecessor of Public Broadcasting System, showing Warner Slack, MD and his original computer-based medical history.
Length: 3:43 // Original Air Date: 1967 / 1991
The CCC Lifeline video (1991)
This video documents the use of the hospital-wide system developed at the Center for Clinical Computing (CCC) at the Beth Israel Hospital and the Brigham and Women’s hospital through the eyes of its users.
Length: 10:23 // Original Air Date: 1991
The Online Medical Record (OMR)
Developed with a grants from the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research and the National Library of Medicine beginning in 1989, the OMR system is now used in 70 ambulatory clinics throughout the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
The CCC System
A shortened version of the CCC Lifeline video, which documents the use of the hospital-wide system developed at the Center for Clinical Computing (CCC) at the Beth Israel Hospital and the Brigham and Women’s hospital through the eyes of its users.
PaperChase was the first user-friendly search engine for the worlds biomedical literature. Howard Bleich, the inventor, discusses its origins from his reprint files.