Electronic Medical Record Expert Witness Listings

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Fredric de Picciotto, MD

Milville, California
Emergency Medicine Expert Witness, Software Engineering Expert Witness - Software, Programming, Electronic Health Record, Electronic Medical Record, EHR, EMR, Critical Access Hospital, Trauma, Procedural Sedation, Conscious Sedation, Heart Attack, Abdominal Pain
I am board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) and have been in practice for over 40 years. I presently hold an active license in California. I have practiced in large and small hospitals (including Critical Access Hospitals) and have been Medical Director, Department Chairman and Chief of Staff. I have worked with the military and have practiced overseas. I have extensive experience with peer review, policy and procedure development and implementation, and managing physicians and other health care professionals. I was project director for a large Cerner installation. I attained multiple Microsoft Certifications and have developed software used in hospitals and practice clinics. I have presented at HIMSS.
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Sharon E Peach, MD

Missoula, Montana
Anesthesiology Expert Witness, Critical Care Medicine Expert Witness - Cardiac Arrest, Respiratory Arrest, Anoxic Brain Injury, Nerve Injury, Electronic Health Record, Electronic Medical Record, Hemorrhage, Scope of Practice
Explaining medical concepts in a way that non-medical people can understand is at the heart of critical care. On a daily basis, I convey complex physiology to families, using analogies and description to allow easy understanding. It is a skill and an art that I take seriously.
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