EERS makes it easy for innovators and investigators to leverage Duke's EHR and data warehouse resources efficiently and cost-effectively.
Investigators can request a free consultation with EERS staff to review the investigator's request in order to:
- Define a technical approach that will work within project timeline
- Connect the investigator with Duke resources to refine the research plan and execute on informatics work
- Refine informatics budget estimates
Examples of the type of assistance the EERS Team can provide:
- Design technological interventions that promote behavioral changes in clinicians, patients, or research subjects within the project's timeline and budget
- Supply Letters of Support and Technological Budget Sign-off for internal and external grant applications
- Connect with the relevant teams at Duke and among our partners to build and implement novel and custom technological solutions
- Connect with the appropriate informatics resources across Duke Health
- Leverage existing self-service data sources
- Connect with the relevant Duke teams to develop new data sources
Eric Poon, MD
email@example.com | (919) 684-0359
Chief Health Information Officer, Duke Health
Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine
Eric is the Chief Health Information Officer for Duke Medicine and practices primary care internal medicine at the Durham Medical Center. His research interests have revolved around the use of health information technology to improve the quality of care and patient safety in both the ambulatory and hospital settings.
Stephen Blackwelder, PhD
firstname.lastname@example.org | (919) 668-9036
Chief Analytics Officer, Duke Health
As co-leader, with Dr. Poon, of the Analytics Center of Excellence, Stephen leads the design, development, and ongoing evaluation of the enterprise data warehouse, and the maturation of a portfolio of information services to support Duke Health's clinical, research, and educational missions, as well as its operational and financial goals.
Eugenia McPeek Hinz, MD, MS
email@example.com | (919) 684-3721
Associate Chief Medical Information Officer, Duke Health
Dr. McPeek Hinz is Associate Chief Health Information Officer for Duke University Health System. She completed medical training at the Medical College of Virginia, and residency in Internal Medicine/Pediatrics at the Cleveland Clinic. Her research interests include Natural Language Processing in association with provider documentation, data visualization of clinical disease phenotypes, and risk stratification models for ambulatory populations.
Bhargav Adagarla, MS
firstname.lastname@example.org | (919) 613-7543
Senior Bioinformatician, DCRI
Bhargav Adagarla is a senior informaticist within Clinical Research Informatics at DCRI. He has several years of experience providing data management and software engineering support to clinical and basic science research and managing research information systems supporting translational research. He has an M.S. in computer engineering from the University of Kansas and a B.E. from Osmania University, India.
Armando Bedoya, MD
Pulmonary Critical Care/Informatics Fellow
Armando Bedoya is a Pulmonary Critical Care and Clinical Informatics Fellow. He received his MD from Brown University and a Master of Management in Clinical Informatics degree from Duke University. His research interests include predictive analytics, implementation science, and the secondary use of Electronic Health Data.
Timothy Tsai, DO
Clinical Informatics Fellow
Timothy Tsai is a clinical informatics fellow and practices in the Urgent Care system. He received his DO from Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine, completed his Family Medicine training at Overlook Medical Center, and his Master of Management in Clinical Informatics degree from Duke University. His interests are in quality improvement, how physicians interact with the EHR, and digital health.
Rashaud Senior, MD
Clinical Informatics Fellow
Originally from Mount Vernon, New York, Rashaud attended Harvard College before working at Steward Health Care Network in Boston, MA, where he became the quality data analyst for the central office of the outpatient physician network. His work included quality data analytics, processing, reporting, and automation. While attending the Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, he was able to utilize his skills for two local healthcare companies, where he built tools and automated reports to support their work. He just completed Family Medicine Residency training at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY, and is here at Duke University as a Fellow in Clinical Informatics, simultaneously pursuing a Master of Management in Clinical Informatics degree. He enjoys watching and playing soccer, seeing all of the beautiful places in North Carolina, tasting all of the food in the area, and figuring out how best to survive the pollen here.