Suresh Gunasekaran

Title(s)President CEO UCSF Health, Office of the CEO
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
AddressSan Francisco CA 94158
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    1. Take one. Leadership and support were critical as UT Southwestern successfully completed the first phase of its EMR roll-out. Healthc Inform. 2009 Mar; 26(3):78, 80. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 19358434.
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    2. Writing a new Chapter. A key joint venture between anesthesiologists and OR nurses is brought into focus with pre-op, inter-op and post-op care and documentation. Healthc Inform. 2008 Apr; 25(4):58-9. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 18512595.
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    3. Backbone of an EMR. The central role of pharmacy information systems comes to light in enterprise-wide IT projects. Healthc Inform. 2008 Mar; 25(3):56-7. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 18416239.
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    4. Project management. The importance of project management in EMR implementations should never be undervalued. Healthc Inform. 2008 Feb; 25(2):86, 88. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 18320888.
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    5. Physician friendly. As electronic medical records evolve, the focus turns to making them more user-friendly. Healthc Inform. 2008 Jan; 25(1):44, 46, 50. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 18290578.
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    6. EMR design. When it comes to healthcare granularity, conceiving and deciding upon design is serious business. Healthc Inform. 2007 Dec; 24(12):44, 46. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 18232547.
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    7. Adding it up. Implementing an EMR is one thing, documenting the financials along the way is another. Healthc Inform. 2007 Sep; 24(9):48-9. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 17927066.
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    8. A team approach. Rather than being the responsibility of one individual, EMR governance takes a village. Healthc Inform. 2007 Aug; 24(8):62, 84. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 17727231.
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    9. At work on an EMR in Dallas. A leading academic medical center is bringing an EMR to its 450-bed health system. Healthc Inform. 2007 Jul; 24(7):43-4. Gunasekaran S. PMID: 17695823.
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    10. To HYPE is human. Practical IT approaches to patient safety should come before a leap into CPOE. Healthc Inform. 2003 Aug; 20(8):49-50. Gunasekaran S, Knecht K, Garets D. PMID: 12947751.
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    11. Business value of IT: the strategic planning process. J Healthc Inf Manag. 2003; 17(1):31-6. Gunasekaran S, Garets DE. PMID: 12553218.
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