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Subject: FW: Patient Movement Informatics Request





Patti Iles Aymond, PhD
Senior Scientist, Research & Development
Innovative Emergency Management, Inc. (IEM)
Managing Risk in a Complex World

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Baton Rouge, LA 70809
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From: Cathy Feinman [mailto:cfeinman@domprep.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2011 2:23 PM
To: <removed>
Subject: Patient Movement Informatics Request
Importance: High


Dear All,


I had the pleasure of attending the Patient Movement Informatics session at the Public Health Summit in Grapevine, Texas. I spoke with you afterward on the possibility of submitting an article and/or participating in a tracking-themed executive briefing being hosted by DomPrep. Please read the following and let me know if you would be interested in contributing to one or both opportunities:


1. Executive Briefing

The IMR Group, Inc., publisher of DomPrep Journal, DomesticPreparedness.com, and the DPJ Weekly Brief will host an Online DomPrep Executive Briefing for download and on-demand listening beginning 22 November 2011 and hosted online for a minimum of one year. The topic for discussion will be “Electronic Medical Records including Tracking.” DomesticPreparedness.com is currently conducting a survey pertaining to the topic (to view or take the survey, click http://www.domesticpreparedness.com/Commentary/DP40/Electronic_Medical_Records_Survey). A DomPrep40 Advisor (http://www.domesticpreparedness.com/DomPrep40) along with four subject matter experts will present the survey report as an audio recording. Each presenter will discuss either synergies or gaps uncovered in the report. Each presentation will be pre-recorded and edited, lasting no longer than seven minutes. In addition, a ten-minute wrap-up roundtable discussion will also be recorded. DomPrep’s audience reach consists of high-level preparedness management professionals such as public and private policy leaders, operational responders, medical receivers, and local, state, and federal planners and safety officers from the United States and abroad.


2. Article Submission

Information for writers can be found in the DomPrepToolKit.com. Articles should be brief and to the point (<1,500 words) and directed to an audience of preparers, responders, and receivers. After an article is approved and edited, it will be published: (a) on www.DomesticPreparedness.com; (b) in the DPJ Weekly Brief (http://www.imrnet.com/weeklybrief); and (c) the DomPrep Journal (http://www.domesticpreparedness.com/DomPrep_Journal). The deadline for submission is November 14.


I look forward to your reply.


Best regards,


Cathy Feinman

Editorial Associate


(410) 518-6900 Office

(443) 306-1780 Cell


Facebook: DomPrep

Twitter: @CathyFeinman

DomPrep Tool Kit: http://DomPrepToolKit.com

Back Issues: http://IMRnet.com/weeklybrief

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