The mission of the Office of Clinical Informatics at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso is to improve lives through the collection and use of health information, technology, and analytics to support the institution in its decision-making toward quality health care.
The Doxy.me telemedicine platform is now live in our Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso clinics! The Office of Clinical Informatics (OCI) and Information Technology (IT) have been conducted user trainings, and will offer one more in the month of March. All TTUHSC El Paso and TTP El Paso Doxy.me users are invited to attend. Training will be held at 12pm on the following date. Please click the link to register.
Recorded training session:
OCI has created the following helpful videos to support usage and navigation in the Doxy.me platform.
- How to Log in (1:14 min)
- How to Invite Via Text Message (2:33 min)
- How to Start, End and Pause a Video Call (1:36 min)
- How to share My Room Access (1:47 min)
- How to Enable Notifications (2:10 min)
Additional resources are available on the Doxy.me site here.
Dragon Medical One Training
The Office of Clinical Informatics is excited to announce the institutional launch and trainings for Dragon Medical One, clinical speech recognition software for documenting care in the EMR. The dictation software additionally enables mobile microphone use via smartphones, and is compatible with our EMR systems; accessible at all TTUHSC El Paso workstations. An introductory video for Dragon Medical One may be found here.
Please find a short video here on how to access Dragon Medical One within the Centricity EMR platform.
It’s the easiest way to transcribe medical speech across the different EMR stations
Please feel free to contact our Clinical Informatics Help Desk at ElPasoClinicalInformatics@ttuhsc.edu or 915-215-5425 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.). Faculty and residents are asked to bring their smartphones to the trainings.