Lee Revere is an Associate Professor and Program Director of Healthcare Management at the University of Texas School of Public Health. She also serves as the Director of Interprofessional Education at UTHealth and the Director of the Fleming Center for Healthcare Management. Dr. Revere's research is focused on improving the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare, lean six sigma and quality improvement, and the effects of payment structures on utilization and cost. She has been the principal investigator on numerous grants totaling over $4.5M in funding and published over 45 journal articles in a variety of healthcare, quality and business journals.
Lee Revere, PhD, M.H.A.
University of Texas School of Public Health
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Background: As healthcare becomes more technologically complex, clinicians are using electronic health records (EHR) to optimize communication among interprofessional teams, in addition to a repository for patient data. Despite near ubiquitous use of EHRs in clinical settings, few clinical students utilize this technology during their training. In this study, we integrated students from administrative and non-clinical disciplines into traditional clinical simulations, with complex patient safety errors embedded in EHR technology and measured the effect on communication and teamwork. Methods:…