Katherine Homann, MD

Katherine Homann, MD

Postdoctoral Fellow
NLM/NIH Clinical Informatics Fellow
Division of Biomedical Informatics
Department of Emergency Medicine

Education

  • MD, University of California, Irvine
  • Graduate International Public Health Coursework, Emory University
  • BS Biology, California Institute of Technology

Training

  • Clinical Informatics Fellow, University of California, San Diego
  • Emergency Medicine Resident, Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York

Current Research Interests 

  • Clinical Decision Support
  • Intuitive User Interfaces 
  • Electronic Health Record Improvement and Analytics
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Medicine via Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
  • Medical Education

Selected Presentations

  • Homann K. "Systematic Review: Price Transparency in Clinical Care Lowers Cost and Quantity of Tests." National Library of Medicine Informatics Training Conference, Bethesda, MD. June 2015.
  • Homann K. "Hexadecimal to Hospitals:  How Doctors Think and How to Use that to Translate between Medicine and Technology."  Meaningful Use of Complex Medical Data (MUCMD) Conference, Los Angeles, CA.  August 2012.
  • Homann K. "Technology and the Future of Emergency Medicine."  Albany Medical Center Grand Rounds.  February 2013.
  • Homann K. "Homes to Hospitals: How Data Sharing and Technology are Reshaping Medical Care". Meaningful Use of Complex Medical Data (MUCMD) Conference, Los Angeles, CA. August 2014.
  • Homann K. "The Future of Emergency Medicine: Innovation and Informatics". University of California San Diego Grand Rounds. June 2014.

Contact Information

Location:  UCSD, SOM2 Room 129
Email:      khomann at ucsd.edu