Wednesday, January 16, 2019 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM


Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building, E115
475 N. 5th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004


Henry Schned, MD, MS, FACOG


Henry Schned, MD, MS, FACOG


  • The Implementation and Optimization of an Enterprise Biosurveillance Sepsis Program at a Large Multi-Hospital System:
    • A successfully implemented hospital Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Biosurveillance Sepsis program can save lives, reduce intensive care unit and overall hospital lengths of stay. In this presentation, Dr. Schned will describe the successful enterprise implementation of the Cerner Bioserveillance Sepsis alert at approximately 33 Dignity Health hospitals and subsequent optimization for the Biosurveillance Sepsis program. This includes the development and implementation by Dignity Health of a companion Biosurveillance Sepsis app and dashboard.


  • Parking: There is a pay-to-park lot (lot 10002) on the corner of Van Buren and 7th St.
  • When you arrive, check-in with security and proceed to room E115.

For questions, please contact the Department of Biomedical Informatics.