Srinath Adusumalli

Srinath Adusumalli
  • Adjunct Professor of Health Care Management

Contact Information

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Teaching

Current Courses (Summer 2024)

  • HQS6060 - Clinical Informatics In Qi

    This intensive graduate institute applies core clinical informatics concepts in the context of quality improvement and patient safety initiatives. Content covered addresses foundational theories, frameworks, and policies of clinical informatics relevant to quality improvement and patient safety as well as practical application of informatics tools relevant to quality improvement efforts and local governance structure. Learners will be exposed to a variety of informatics leaders from across both the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The course is offered in both abbreviated (0.5 CU) and comprehensive (1.0 CU) versions. Those taking the comprehensive course will have exposure to material on advanced analytics strategies and hands-on data management. A hybrid structure of in-person days with one virtual day, and optional offers hours is intended to allow flexibility for learners while maximizing beneficial interactions and active participation between learner, instructors, and building the UPHS/CHOP informatics community.

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  • HCMG8660 - Digital Transformation of HC

    Healthcare is in the early stages of extraordinary change in the business model of care delivery and financing. This transformation will lead to a system based on the proactive management of health, integration of care across the continuum, blurred boundaries between care providers and purchasers and the placement of the consumer at the center. As has been the case in other industries, this new business model will be based on a foundation of diverse, potent, and well implemented information technology. This course will help prepare students to lead a digital health future. Specifically, the course will cover three major areas. (1)The context of health care information technology: the size, composition and evolution of the digital health market; federal government agencies, and related regulations, that shape the market; leadership roles and factors that enable healthcare organizations to effectively implement and leverage information technology. (2)Emerging technologies that will fuel the transformation of healthcare: artificial intelligence and advanced analytics; interoperability; telehealth; consumer-directed digital health; use of behavioral economics to influence patient and provider decisions. (3)Digital health use by specific sectors of the healthcare industry: healthcare providers; health plans; retail-based primary care; life sciences; wellness and chronic disease management. The course will include lectures from industry leaders who will share their ideas and experiences.

  • HQS6020 - Learning Health System

    This seminar series will provide students with knowledge and skills in the learning healthcare system. Through lecture and interactive discussions with leaders across the University of Pennsylvania, students will expand their network of resources and collaborators for the learning health care system where they work.

  • HQS6060 - Clinical Informatics in QI

    This intensive graduate institute applies core clinical informatics concepts in the context of quality improvement and patient safety initiatives. Content covered addresses foundational theories, frameworks, and policies of clinical informatics relevant to quality improvement and patient safety as well as practical application of informatics tools relevant to quality improvement efforts and local governance structure. Learners will be exposed to a variety of informatics leaders from across both the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The course is offered in both abbreviated (0.5 CU) and comprehensive (1.0 CU) versions. Those taking the comprehensive course will have exposure to material on advanced analytics strategies and hands-on data management. A hybrid structure of in-person days with one virtual day, and optional offers hours is intended to allow flexibility for learners while maximizing beneficial interactions and active participation between learner, instructors, and building the UPHS/CHOP informatics community.

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