Join us for an NC HIMSS organized luncheon followed by two engaging presentations focused on genomics and personalized medicine.
Date: Friday, December 7
Time: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Place: The Crest Center & Pavilion, 30 Ben Lippen School Road, Asheville, NC 28806
NC HIMSS Members cost: $25 through Nov. 30; $35 after Nov. 30.
Non-Members cost: $50 through Nov. 30; $65 after Nov. 30.
Clinical Documentation, Family History, & Genetic Laboratory Results: The Journey of the Clinical Geneticist
Discussion of clinical documentation, family history intake, and genetic laboratory resulting and how to use these in genomics and personalized medicine
Chad Haldeman-Englert, MD, is currently a clinical geneticist at the Fullerton Genetics Center of Mission Health System. He completed medical school at the Penn State College of Medicine, residency in Internal Medicine-Pediatrics at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital/Maricopa Medical Center, and a clinical genetics fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia/University of Pennsylvania. Prior to working at the Fullerton Genetics Center, he was an assistant professor at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, and now has adjunct clinical positions at Wake Forest School of Medicine and UNC School of Medicine. In his current role, he evaluates adult and pediatric patients with suspected genetic and metabolic disorders. He also collaborates with other physicians and researchers regarding further laboratory and phenotypic characterization of patients with genetic conditions.
Developing a Roadmap for Genomics in an Integrated Chart: Challenges & Opportunities
Sharing our journey of the challenges and opportunities in leveraging genomic results in an integrated chart
Gillian C. Bell, Pharm.D., is Interim Director of the Mission Personalized Medicine Program and Assistant Professor of Clinical Education in the Division of Practice Advancement and Clinical Education at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She completed her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy and two years of post-graduate training in Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacogenetics at the Memphis VAMC and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, respectively. At Mission Health, she is focused on the use of pharmacogenomics in routine healthcare to help optimize the efficacy and safety of drug therapy. This includes helping providers with interpretation and application of pharmacogenomic test results in clinical care, creating the necessary information technology infrastructure to deliver pharmacogenomics to providers in the electronic health record, counseling patients about pharmacogenomic results and how they affect current and future medication therapy, and educating clinicians and patients through workshops and community presentations. Additionally, she serves as a member of numerous national and international working groups focusing on implementation of pharmacogenomics in clinical care.