Emergency Responder Electronic Health Record (ER-EHR)
Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP) Interoperability Specification

C. Jeff Sexton
Office of Information Technology Services, Preparedness and Response Systems
Tennessee Department of Health

July 8, 2009 -- 12:00-1:00 PM Eastern Time

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HITSP IS 04 Emergency Responder Electronic Health Record Specification (ER-EHR)
HHS Health Information Technology
AHRQ Health Information Technology

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"Great presentation. Thanks."
Patrick Greischar

"Not my specific area of expertise."

"It is interesting how many projects are in process for EMS. It is about time that EMS is getting the attention it deserves."
Ken Knippers

"I do appreciate being introduced to subject and the organizations tackling the issue of health care interoperability but I wish the session lasted longer to really get a grasp on the topic."

"Very informative. Provided the "big picture" for what is coming to intergrate health care information from all segments."

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Jeff Sexton is with Tennessee Department of Health, Office of Technology Services. He is the Program Manager for the Tennessee Emergency Medical, Awareness, Response and Resources (TEMARR). TEMARR is a collection of systems, programs and policies that support the state in planning, preparing and responding to a medical or public health emergency. Capabilities include role-based alerting/notification, asset/inventory tracking and distribution, healthcare facility beds and services, situational awareness, healthcare professional registration and credential verification, etc.

Jeff worked as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) with HITSP in developing interoperability specifications for the IS 04, Emergency Responders - Electronic Health Record.

Jeff has 25 years experience in information technology and has held various positions in or supporting DOD, US EPA, and HHS. Jeff graduated in 1991 from George Mason University with a B.S .Industrial Engineering.