73 Cents, 21 Days:<br />A painted history of one electronic medical record.<br />Painted and Presented by Regina Holliday<...
This is a story about a family.<br />This is a story about faces and numbers.<br />
This is Fred Holliday.<br />
These are Fred’s numbers.<br />                 46<br />ambulance transports<br />                6 hour wait <br />      ...
This is Regina begging for access to the information within the electronic medical record.<br />She wants to find out abou...
After walking into the hospital <br />on March 25, 2009  Fred Holliday,<br />He became the patient in room 6218.<br />He s...
After waiting for5days for a transfer<br />to another hospital for  a second opinion,<br />they were sent with an out of d...
This <br />is <br />Fred’s <br />Medical <br />Record.<br />
This is the <br />vital clinical information<br />from Fred’s electronic medical record.<br />Presented in the style of <b...
This is the painting 73 cents.   <br />         This is the vital patient story, the social history , the sacred heart of ...
About the blood transfusion on <br />May 16 -17, 2009<br />
Push the  data: use a blue button, a patient portal or an Health Information Exchange.<br />A    closed information loop  ...
Sutent ordered May 1, 2009, <br />but hospital pharmacy closes the order…without telling us<br />
Next steps in patient access….<br />Medical Reconciliation Report, Doctor’s Progress Notes, Nurses Progress Notes<br />
Two very different calls to our home…<br />
Two years after painting 73 cents,<br />Freddie grows beyond peering through <br />A door crack to walking in a Gallery <b...
Isaac at his Doctor’s appointment<br />with his EHR in his hands.<br />The         in HIT<br />
This is a painting of Fred holding his sons.<br />
This is a picture of Fred’s sons holding their Father.                                  <br />Any Questions? @ReginaHollid...
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  1. 73 Cents, 21 Days:<br />A painted history of one electronic medical record.<br />Painted and Presented by Regina Holliday<br />
  2. This is a story about a family.<br />This is a story about faces and numbers.<br />
  3. This is Fred Holliday.<br />
  4. These are Fred’s numbers.<br /> 46<br />ambulance transports<br /> 6 hour wait <br /> while staff try to cobble together a medical record using <br />a phone and a <br /> fax machine<br />Treated at 5 facilities during <br /> 11weeks of hospitalization<br />Prescribed 4 types of<br /> Pain Killers and<br />4 types of Laxatives <br />3 months of <br />Primary Doctor’s Visits<br />2 Hospital Emergency Rooms<br />1 Patientnamed Fred<br />
  5. This is Regina begging for access to the information within the electronic medical record.<br />She wants to find out about the spread of Fred’s Cancer.<br />
  6. After walking into the hospital <br />on March 25, 2009 Fred Holliday,<br />He became the patient in room 6218.<br />He spent the next 25 days hospitalized <br />with no access to his own record.<br />Regina went down to medical records and was told<br />“It is 73 cents per page and a 21 day wait to get a <br />copy of the patient medical record.”<br />On the 26th day, the doctor said he was sending <br />Fred home on a PCA pump.<br />He was sending Fred home to die.<br />
  7. After waiting for5days for a transfer<br />to another hospital for a second opinion,<br />they were sent with an out of date <br />and incomplete medical record <br />and transfer summary.<br />The new staff spent 6 hours trying to <br />cobble together a current medical record <br />Using a telephone and a fax machine. <br />
  8. This <br />is <br />Fred’s <br />Medical <br />Record.<br />
  9. This is the <br />vital clinical information<br />from Fred’s electronic medical record.<br />Presented in the style of <br />the Nutrition Facts Label.<br />Then painted on the wall of<br />Pumpernickel’s Deli in <br />Washington, DC.<br />
  10. This is the painting 73 cents. <br /> This is the vital patient story, the social history , the sacred heart of Fred’s<br />ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD.<br />
  11. About the blood transfusion on <br />May 16 -17, 2009<br />
  12. Push the data: use a blue button, a patient portal or an Health Information Exchange.<br />A closed information loop is a computer that is turned off.<br />
  13. Sutent ordered May 1, 2009, <br />but hospital pharmacy closes the order…without telling us<br />
  14. Next steps in patient access….<br />Medical Reconciliation Report, Doctor’s Progress Notes, Nurses Progress Notes<br />
  15. Two very different calls to our home…<br />
  16. Two years after painting 73 cents,<br />Freddie grows beyond peering through <br />A door crack to walking in a Gallery <br />
  17. Isaac at his Doctor’s appointment<br />with his EHR in his hands.<br />The in HIT<br />
  18. This is a painting of Fred holding his sons.<br />
  19. This is a picture of Fred’s sons holding their Father. <br />Any Questions? @ReginaHolliday<br />

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