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Kenneth Goodman, MD, practices general medicine and provides medical care for acute and chronic conditions as well as preventative medical care for patients of all ages. He is board-certified in family medicine.
Dr Goodman is an Associate Director in charge of research and development for Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Medical Education. He us currently developing software to integrate key clinical resources directly into the electronic medical record.
Dr. Goodman has an interest in information technology, where he works to facilitate improved usage of the electronic medical record, electronic patient education, and other information systems at Cleveland Clinic. He has been a selected speaker nationally and is an instructor of an ongoing accredited course on improved usage of the electronic medical record at Cleveland Clinic.
He is currently completing original research on the effect of video education on health maintenance knowledge as well as instructs a monthly course on the usage of patient education and patient self-management education to Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine students.
General adolescent, adult, and geriatric medicine, routine care of hypertension, diabetes, and several chronic illnesses, information technology
Innovations & Patents
Implemented and currently maintains usage of Microsoft SharePoint to facilitate patient education, clinical resources, clinical reference usage in the electronic medical record and clinical areas throughout Cleveland Clinic.
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