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Distinguished posters are selected from a slate of candidate posters recommended by the Annual Symposium Poster Committee and the Awards Committee during the poster sessions at the AMIA Annual Symposium.

Past Winners


An Open-Source Engine for Decision Support and Workflow Automation

  • Aziz A. Boxwala, MD, PhD, Elimu Informatics, Inc., La Jolla, CA
  • Mariano De Maio, Elimu Informatics, Inc., La Jolla, CA
  • Hank Wallace, Elimu Informatics, Inc., La Jolla, CA

Building with CEDAR and Making Evidence More FAIR

  • Peter Krautscheid, BS, Edwin A. Lomotan, MD
  • Kathy Mikk, JD, MFA, Edwin A. Lomotan, MD
  • Mario Teran, MD, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD
  • Edwin A. Lomotan, MD, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD

COVID Deniers: Analyzing #Scamdemic and #Plandemic Tweets

  • Heather D. Lanier, MPH, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Sameh N. Saleh, MD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Christoph U. Lehmann, MD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas
  • Richard J. Medford, MD, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas

Comparing Language Model Vocabulary Coverage on Clinical Documents

  • Bryan D. Steitz, PhD, Dept. of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
  • Adam Wright, PhD, Dept. of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

Machine Learning Implementation Results in Reduced Variable Cost of Acute Care Visits During Radiotherapy: SHIELD-RT Cost Analysis

  • Divya Natesan MD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Samantha M. Thomas MS, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Eric Eisenstein DBA,Duke University, University Medical Center, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Durham, NC
  • Neville C. W. Eclov, PhD,
  • Nicole H. Dalal MD, University of California, San Francisco, CA
  • Sarah J. Stephens MD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Mary Malicki MSN ACNP, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Stacey Shields ANP-BC, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Alyssa Cobb, RN BS, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Yvonne M. Mowery MD PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Donna Niedzwiecki PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Jessica D Tenenbaum PhD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Durham, NC
  • Manisha Palta MD, Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiation Oncology, Durham, NC
  • Julian Hong MD MS, University of California, San Francisco, CA

The Enigma of Clinical Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) based Genetic Testing -Variant Annotation Tools: A Performance Evaluation Study

  • Sachleen Tuteja, High School Junior, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, Aurora, IL
  • Sabah Kadri, PhD, Director of Computational Genomics, AbbVie, North Chicago, IL
  • Kai Lee Yap, PhD, FACMG, Director of Molecular Diagnostics, Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

Utilizing Advanced Visualization Technology to Study Home Care Challenges

  • Denise Goldsmith MPH, MS, RN, FAAN, National Institute of Nursing Research, Washington, DC
  • Sara Flash, BS, National Institute of Nursing Research, Washington, DC
  • Patricia Flatley Brennan, RN, PhD, FAAN, National Institute of Nursing Research, Washington, DC
  • Jim Holdnack, PhD, National Institute of Nursing Research, Washington, DC

FallWatch: A Novel Approach for Through-Wall Fall Detection in Real-Time for the Elderly Using Artificial Intelligence

  • Aditya Chebrolu, Independence High School, Frisco Independent School District, Frisco, TX

Quantifying Spatial Tumor Heterogeneity Using Single-Cell Proteomics

  • Adriano Martinelli, MS, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland; 7ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Aditya Kashyap, PhD, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Anna Fomitcheva Khartchenko, PhD, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Govind Kaigala, PhD, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Maria Anna Rapsomaniki, PhD, IBM Research, Zurich, Switzerland

Previous Years

A Decade of Vaping: Identifying Shifts in Clinical Documentation and Terminology in the Department of Veterans Affairs (2010-2020)

  • Patrick Alba, Olga Patterson, Mike Conway, University of Utah

Deep Survival Analysis: The Impact of Feature Missingness

  • Shreyas Bhave, Columbia University; Xintian Han, Rajesh Ranganath, New York University; Adler Perotte, Columbia University

Implementation of the HL7 FHIR Questionnaire Resource for REDCap

  • Stephany Duda, Mark McEver, Douglas Conway, Vanderbilt University; Teresa Zayas-Caban, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology; Paul Harris, Vanderbilt University

Atlanta HIV Disease Registry: The Intersection of Private and Public Healthcare for Translational Science

  • Jonathan Edwards, Emory University; Andrew Post, University of Utah; Jeselyn Rhodes, Minh Ly Nguyen, Emory University; Julia Gallini, Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Vincent Marconi, Emory University

Supporting Patient-centered Care in Oncology: Mapping for a Data View of Preferences and Values

  • Chelsea Michael, Anjali Desai, Gilad Kuperman, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

On the Representation of Groups of Patients in LA

  • Daniel Schelgel, Kate Gordon, SUNY Oswego

Clinician Involvement in Research on Machine-Learning-Based Clinical Decision Support for the Hospital Setting: A Scoping Review

  • Jessica Schwartz, Sarah Collins Rossetti, Kenrick Cato, Columbia University

Towards a Consumer Centered Foster Care Information Exchange

  • Akanksha Singh, Amanda Stafford McRell, Benjamin Schooley, Kristen Seay, Neset Hikment, University of South Carolina

Patient Timelines for Research-Oriented Exploration of Longitudinal Cancer Patient Data: PT Explorer

  • Rodrigo Carvajal, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

Using the RE-AIM Framework to Assess the Potential to Use Mobile Diabetes Detective (MoDD) in Federally Qualified Health Centers

  • Elizabeth Heitkemper, The University of Texas at Austin

Developing an Electronic Chart Review Tool to Identify and Assess Diagnostic Errors in the Acute Care Setting

  • Nicholas Piniella, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Evaluating EHR Data Availability for Cancer Pain Research

  • Christina Radloff, University of Utah

Clinical Trials Process Framework to Optimize Clinical Research Operations

  • Pallavi Ranade Kharkar, Intermountain Healthcare

Towards Measuring Real-World vs. Theoretical Impact: Development of an Enhanced Method for Evaluating Health Information Exchange (HIE)

  • Rebecca Rivera, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Reasons for Non-Participation in an Inpatient Acute Health Portal Randomized Controlled Trial among Hospitalized Patients

  • Beatriz Ryan-Lora, New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Ankle Brachial Index Extraction System

  • P. Alba, S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, University of Utah; D. Norvell, Spectrum Research, Inc.; K. Moore, VA Puget Sound Health Care System; J. Czerniecki, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, University of Washington; O. Patterson, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, University of Utah

Features Desired by Medicaid-Enrolled Pregnant Women for a Digital Maternity Information Resource

  • A. Arcia, S. Stonbraker, Columbia University

Comparing Frequency of Diagnoses from Electronic Medical Record to Insurance Institutions

  • K. Bickett, T. Imler, Regenstrief Institute

Treatment Pathways in Patients with Cancer Using a Large-scale Observational Data Network

  • R. Chen, Columbia University, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), Weill Cornell Medical College; P. Ryan, Columbia University, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), Janssen Research and Development; K. Natarajan, T. Falconer, Columbia University, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI); C. Reich, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), IQVIA; R. Vashisht, N. Shah, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), Stanford University; G. Hripcsak, Columbia University, Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI), New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Probabilistic Linkage of Virtual Pediatric Systems and PEDSnet Patients

  • A. Dziorny, R. Lindell, C. Bailey, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Developing a national dashboard to help manage the opioid epidemic using toxicology laboratory results data

  • D. Janowiak, J. Wolfgang, B. Robinson,; T. Schleyer,, Indiana University School of Medicine, Regenstrief Institute

Leveraging FHIR to integrate information from a health information exchange directly with the clinical workflow in Cerner

  • M. Kochmann, Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine; D. Martin, Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University School of Medicine; J. Schaffer, Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University Health; K. Kelley, Indiana Health Information Exchange; T. Schleyer, Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine

Evaluation of Locally Defined Laboratory Test Names within an Electronic Medical Record System

  • S. Madani, B. Ferguson, S. Nelson, A. Weitkamp, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Clinical Workflows for Collecting Family Health History in Primary Care

  • R. Waller, B. Hill, H. Kramer, P. Ghani, V. Chidambaram, D. Borbolla, University of Utah; W. Kohlmann, Huntsman Cancer Institute; J. Schiffman, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah; M. Flynn, R. Hess, K. Kawamoto, G. Del Fiol, C. Weir, University of Utah

ProjectFlow: Configurable Clinical Trial Management with Enterprise Data Integration and Point-of-Care Study Support

  • Ryan Cornia, Nilla Majahalme, Danne Elbers, Svitlana Dipietro, Brian Ivie, Brad Adams, Ramana Seerapu, Valmeek Kudesia, Scott DuVall, University of Utah and VA Boston Healthcare System

A Data-driven Framework for Sub-Typing Stem Cell Transplant Recipients at Risk for Infection

  • Anoop Mayampurath, Jonathan Matthews, Samuel Volchenboum, Lazaro Sanchez-Pinto, University of Chicago

For the Common Good: Sharing Data Extracted from Text, Olga Patterson, Scott DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System

Harmonizing User-defined Phenotypic Variables using Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) to Improve Data Discoverability in dbGaP

  • Liz Amos, Satyajeet Raje, Masato Kimura, Preeti Kochar, Victoria Wilder, Ben Busby, National Library of Medicine

Use of the popHealth Open-Source Quality Measure Engine to Support Cardiovascular Care at Small- and Medium-Sized Practices

  • Luke Rasmussen, Andrew Schriever, Pauline Kenly, Dejan Jovanov, Stephen Persell, Theresa Walunas, Abel Kho, Northwestern University, Park Street Solutions, Illinois Department of Public Health

Operationalizing Patient Generated Data Collection through Engagement and Iterative Visualization Design

  • Olga Strachna, Erdeta Bani, Daniel Stein, Peter Stetson, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Novel Visualization of Clostridium Difficile Infection in Intensive Care Units

  • Sean Yu, Courtney Hebert, Albert Lai, Justin Smyer, Jennifer Flaherty, Julie Mangino, Susan Moffatt-Bruce, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Washington University

Perceived Effectiveness of Clinical Decision Support to Improve VTE Prophylaxis: A Comparison of Physicians, Pharmacists and Nurses

  • P. Hoonakker, S. Du, A. Hundt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J. Stamm, Geisinger Medical Center; B. Patterson, P. Carayon, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Implementing Semantics-based Cross-domain Collaboration Recommendation in Biomedicine with a Graph Database

  • D. Hristovski, University of Ljubljana; A. Kastrin, Faculty of Information Studies; T. Rindflesch, National Library of Medicine

Grammar Frequency and Simplification: When Intuition Fails

  • D. Kauchak, Pomona College; G. Leroy, University of Arizona; M. Just, Rutgers

The Super Annotator: A Method of Semi-automated Rare Event Identification for Large Clinical Data Sets

  • P. Alba, O. Patterson, B. Viernes, D. Denhalter, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; N. Bailey, A. Wilson, A. Kamauu, Anolinx LLC; S. DuVall; VA Salt Lake City Health Care System

Patient Identity Matching for Health Information Exchange between Poison Control Centers and Emergency Departments

  • P. Ranade-Kharkar, D. Mann, Intermountain Healthcare; H. Bennett, B. Crouch, G. Del Fiol, University of Utah; S. Thornton, Intermountain Healthcare; M. Cummins, University of Utah

An Evaluation of ‘Definite’ Anaphylaxis Drug Allergy Alert Overrides in Both Inpatient and Outpatient Settings

  • D. Seger, Partners HealthCare System; S. Slight, University of Durham; E. Silvers, Partners HealthCare System; M. Amato, MCPHS; J. Fiskio, A. Wong, Brigham and Women's Hospital; P. Beeler, University Hospital; D. Bates, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Pediatric Research Using Integrated Sensor Monitoring Systems (PRISMS): Applying Sensor Technology and Informatics to Better Understand Asthma

  • K. Sward, University of Utah; A. Bui, University of California Los Angeles; J. Ambite, University of Southern California; M. Dellarco, NIH/National Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering (NIBIB)

A Pilot Evaluation of the NIH Common Data Elements for Standardizing the Data Collected in Clinical Research Studies

  • M. Zachariah, A. Do, J. Imaa, UCLA; O. Ogunyemi, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; L. Chen, Los Angeles Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center; S. SooHoo, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center; K. Dawson, Los Angeles Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center; R. Jenders, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; D. Bell, UCLA

Influences, Barriers, and Motivations for Healthy Behaviors among Pediatric Cancer Patients: A Focus Group Approach

  • M. Chau, E. Ladas, L. Mamykina, Columbia University

HomeSHARE: A Distributed Smart Homes Testbed Initiative

  • K. Connelly, Indiana University; B. Reeder, University of Colorado; A. Hall, University of Washington; K. Caine, Clemson University; K. Siek, Indiana University; G. Demiris, University of Washington

Harmonization of Quality Data Model with HL7 FHIR to Support EHR-driven Phenotype Authoring and Execution: A Pilot Study

  • G. Jiang, H. Solbrig, R. Kiefer, Mayo Clinic; L. Rasmussen, Northwestern University; H. Mo, Vanderbilt University; J. Pacheco, E. Montague, J. Xu, Northwestern University; P. Speltz, Vanderbilt University; W. Thompson, Northwestern University; J. Denny, Vanderbilt University; C. Chute, Johns Hopkins University; J. Pathak, Mayo Clinic

Errors with Manual Phenotype Validation: Case Study and Implications

  • P. Kukhareva, C. Staes, T. Tippetts, P. Warner, D. Shields, H. Mueller, K. Noonan, K. Kawamoto, University of Utah

Use of an Adaptive Agent-based Model in Evaluating Patient Preferences in Healthcare

  • A. Phillips, MGH Institute of Health Professions; M. Sordo, Partners Healthcare/Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Use of Diagnosis Related Groups to Predict All-cause Pediatric Hospital Readmission Within 30 Days

  • V. Ruiz Herrera, A. Draper, Y. Ye, University of Pittsburgh; A. Urbach, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh; R. Tsui, University of Pittsburgh

A Platform for Generating and Validating Breast Risk Models from Clinical Data: Towards Patient-centered Risk Stratified Screening

  • N. Smedley, University of California; N. Chau, A. Petruse, Athena Breast Health Network; A. Bui, University of California; A. Naeim, Athena Breast Health Network; W. Hsu, University of California

Model Selection for EHR Laboratory Variables: How Physiology and the Health Care Process can Influence EHR Laboratory Data and their Model Representations

  • D. Albers, R. Pivovarov, N. Elhadad, G. Hripcsak, Columbia University

Using Laboratory Data for Prediction of 30-day Hospital Readmission of Pediatric Seizure Patients

  • A. Draper, Y. Ye, V. Ruiz Herrera, R. Tsui, University of Pittsburgh

Design and Evaluation of a Glomerular Disease Ontology

  • J. Hirsch, C. Weng, Columbia University

Developing and Testing a Web-based Interdisciplinary Patient-centered Plan of Care

  • D. Stade, K. McNally, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; A. Dalal, K. Ohashi,; S. Collins, C. Morrison, J. Lee, F. Chang, A. Massaro, D. Bates, P. Dykes, Partners/Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

A Qualitative Assessment of CPOE and Variation in Drug Name Display

  • T. Thach, A. Robertson, A. Quist, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; L. Volk, Partners HealthCare, Inc; A. Wright, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School; S. Phansalkar, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Wolters Kluwer Health; S. Slight, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/University of Durham School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health; D. Bates, G. Schiff, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Feasibility of Improving Health Literacy Using an Internet Medication Application Implemented in a Diabetes Clinic in India

  • J. Wald, Research Triangle Institute/Harvard Medical School; M. Shrestha, C. Poulos, Research Triangle Institute; N.Vishwanath, St. John’s Research Institute

Using Patient Laboratory Measurement Values and Dynamics to Deconvolve EHR Bias and Define Acuity-based Phenotypes

  • D. Albers, R. Pivovarov, G. Hripcsak, N. Elhadad, Columbia University

After-visit Clinical Summaries: What is Meaningful to Patients?

  • A. Chung, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; C. Shea, University of North Carolina Gilling’s School of Public Health

Adherence Engineering to Improve Best Practices

  • F. Drews, B. Mallin, J. Bakdash, C. Korhonen, A. Angelovic, SLC VAMC

Open Source Computerized Patient Reported Outcomes: Research and Practice across Three Domains

  • J. McReynolds, H. Crane, University of Washington; D. Berry, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, W. Lober, University of Washington

Analyzing Requests for Clinical Data for Self-service Penetration

  • K. Natarajan, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University; N. Sobhani, A. Boyer, New York-Presbyterian Hospital; A. Wilcox, Columbia

Recreational Drug Slang: Identification of New Terms and Populating a Lexical Taxonomy Ontology

  • M. Ross, A. Kumar, M. Lah, UC San Diego; R. Calvo, San Diego State University/UC San Diego; M. Conway, UC San Diego

Remote Prenatal Care for Low-risk Pregnant Women

  • B. Welch, K. Kawamoto, M. Varner, E. Clark, University of Utah

A Phenomenologic Study Exploring Nurses’ Experience with Health Information Technology over Time

  • I. Zadvinskis, E. Chipps, P. Yen, Ohio State University

Using a Medical Simulation Center as a Usability Laboratory for Healthcare Information Technology

  • Lisa Redden, Partners Healthcare

Decision-Support in the Wild: A Qualitative Study on How First Responders Use Technology for Rapidly Identifying Toxic Chemicals

  • Suresh Bhavnani, University of Texas Medical Branch

An Automated Method for Validating Physiological Models

  • Timothy Ruchti, Hospira, Inc

Tracking Immigrant Health with Natural Language Processing, Stephen Wu, Mayo Clinic
High Performance Computing for Integrative Analysis of Large Pathology Image Datasets

  • Joel Saltz, Emory University

OpenCDS ePHR: an Open-Source, Standards-Based Decision Support Platform for Electronic Public Health Reporting,

  • Kensaku Kawamoto, University of Utah

Development of Sub-Term Mapping Tools (STMT)

  • Chris Lu, National Library of Medicine

Extracting Semi-Structured Text Elements in Medical Progress Notes: A Machine Learning Approach

  • Dezon Finch, US Veteran’s Hospital Tampa

Linguistic Differences of Depressed Patients in an Online Health Forum

  • B. Chee, PatientsLikeMe

Coverage of Manual De-identification on VA Clinical Documents, S. Chen, B. South, University of Utah and VA Salt Lake City Health Care

  • J. Friedlin, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; S. Meystre, VA Salt Lake City Health Care

A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Computerized Asthma Management System in a Pediatric Emergency Department

  • J. Dexheimer, D. Arnold, K. Johnson, Y. Shyr, N. Patel, T. Abramo, D. Aronsky, Vanderbilt University

Collaborative Knowledge Acquisition by Eye Tracking for the Design of Context-aware Alert Systems: a Feasibility Study

  • E. Joffe, O. Havakuk, Tel Aviv Medical Center; V. Patel, UTHealth

TrANEMap: a Fast Tree-based Named-entity Recognition Engine

  • J. McCart, J. Jarman, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital; M. Matheny, Vanderbilt University

Evaluation of a Sign-out Checklist Tool to Support Individual and Team Task Management in an Electronic Health Record

  • D. Stein, S. Bakken, P. Stetson, Columbia University Medical Center; D. Vawdrey, Columbia University

Evaluation of Medication Alerts for Compliance With Human Factors Principles: a Multi-center Study

  • M. Zachariah, L. Volk, Partners Healthcare; H. Seidling, University of Heidelberg and University Hospitals of Geneva; M. Bloomrosen, AMIA; D. Bates, S. Phansalkar, Partners Healthcare and Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Scanning the EMR Phenome for Genedisease Associations using Natural Language Processing

  • J. Denny, L. Bastarache, D. Crawford, M. Ritchie, M.Basford, J. Pulley, D. Roden, D. Masys, Vanderbilt University

A Hybrid Information Model to Represent Clinical and Linguistic Data Extracted from Clinical Narrative Documents

  • S. Meystre, University of Utah; J. Garvin, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; J. Garvin, University of Utah; W. Chapman, University of Pittsburgh

Using Social Network Analysis in Harvard Catalyst Profiles

  • G. Weber, M. Sinunu, Harvard Medical School

Utility of Point-of-Care Medication Management Reports Generated through a Decision Support Web Service

  • L. Wood, G. Del Fiol, K. Kawamoto, J. Willis, D. Lobach, Duke University Medical Center

From the Emergency Department to Ambulatory Care: Adapting a Health Information Exchange Architecture

  • A. Wooldridge, University of Tennessee Health Science Center; T. Moore, L. Berg, NYCLIX ; G. Kuperman, NYCLIX, Inc/New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University

Enhancing Quality of Healthcare Information System via Traceability Matrix

  • Raed Haltam, UMIT

Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation (APACHE IV) Prediction Mortality Score: Automatic Mapping of Chronic Conditions

  • Andrew Hanson, Mayo Clinic

Innovative Applications to Support and Improve Clinical Processes

  • Andrew Klare, The Ohio State University Medical Center

Predicting Emergency Department Diversion using an Artificial Neural Network With Temporal Trends: A Preliminary Study

  • Jeffrey Leegon, Vanderbilt University

Creating an Informatics Framework for Shared Decision-making for Patient and Physician: Integration of Reasoned Action and Informatics Model for Shared Decision-making for a Patient and Physician to Assure Quality When Dealing with Medical Uncertainty

  • Roxana Maffei, UT Health Science Center

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Health Information Technology Using Community based Participatory Research

  • Lauren Mercincavage, Weill Cornell Medical College

Pioneer Radiological Image Sharing Beyond Hospital Authority for Quality Patientcentric Care

  • James Tan, Hong Kong Hospital Authority

Creating a Foundation for the Design of Culturally-informed Personal Health Records: Development of a Methodology

  • Rupa Valdez, University of Wisconsin

Predicting Sepsis in the ICU using Dynamic Bayesian Networks

  • Anthony. Wong, University of Utah

Learning Pathogenic Proteins AcrossFractured and Heterogenous Data, Eithon Cadag, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch

  • Peter Myler, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Medical Exceptions to Decision Support: A Tool to Identify Provider Misconceptions and Direct Academic Detailing

  • Stephen Persell, Nancy Dolan, David Baker, Northwestern University

Detecting Workflow Changes After a CPOE Implementation: A Sequential Pattern Analysis Approach, David Hanauer

  • Kai Zheng, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Computerized Surveillance for Adverse Drug Events in a Pediatric Hospital, Peter Kilbridge, Laura Noirota

  • Richard Reichley, Kevin Heard, Claiborne Dunagan, Thomas Bailey, Washington University School of Medicine and BJC Healthcare, St. Louis, MO

Alerting Strategies in Computerized Physician Order Entry: A Novel Use of a Dashboard-style Analytics Tool in a Children's Hospital

  • George Reynolds, Dean Boyer, Kevin Mackey, Lynne Povondra, Allana Cummings, Children's Hospital, Omaha, NE

The Design of a Pre-Encounter Clinical Trial Screening Tool: ASAP

  • Jing Ding, Selnur Erdal, Tara Borlawsky, Jianhua Liu, Deanna Golden-Kreutz, Jyoti Kamal, Philip Payne, The Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, OH

Assessing Effects of the e-Chasqui Laboratory Information System on Accuracy and Timeliness of Bacteriology Test Results in the National Tuberculosis Program in Peru

  • J. Blaya, Partners in Health

Comparison of the Effectiveness of Wireless Electronic Tracking Devices Versus Traditional Paper Systems to Track Victims in a Large Scale Disaster Drill

  • C. Buono, University of California, San Diego

Patient Review of Selected Electionic Health Record Data Improves Visit Experience

  • A. Businger, Partners Healthcare System

Genomic Analysis and Geographic Visualization of H5N1 and SARS-CoV

  • A. Hill, University of Colorado

Real-time Demand Forecasting in the Emergency Department

  • S. Jones, University of Utah

Designing CPOE Systems Using an Ecological Approach

  • C. Lin, University of Washington

Natural Language Processing to Identify Venous Thromboembolic Events

  • R. Reichley, BJC Healthcare

Feasibility of Linking External Valuation Sources to Bedside-Caregiver Activities in Interdisciplinary Patient Care Standards

  • J. Washburn, Intermountain Healthcare

User Interface Considerations for Collecting Data at the Point of Care in the Tablet PC Computing Environment

  • Garry Silvey, Duke University Medical Center

Errors in the Emergency Department: The Epidemiology of Medication Prescribing

  • Dominik Aronsky, Vanderbilt University, Department of Biomedical Informatics

Evaluating the Safety and Efficiency of a CPOE System for Continuous Medication Infusions in a Pediatric ICU

  • Azizeh Sowan, University of Maryland

Prospective Evaluation of a Bayesian Network for Detecting Asthma Exacerbations in a Pediatric Emergency Department

  • David Sanders, Vanderbilt University, Department of Biomedical Informatics

GODSN: Global News Driven Disease Outbreak and Surveillance

  • Sharib Khan, Columbia University

Comparison of Alcohol Abusers Who Seek Traditional Treatment Versus Those Who Use An Online Program,

  • Suena Huang, George Washington University Hospital

Integrating Genetic Information Resources with an E.H.R.

  • Guilherme Del Fiol, Intermountain Healthcare

Reengineering Real Time Outbreak Detection Systems for Influenza Epidemic Monitoring

  • John Brownstein, Childrens Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School

Unit-wide Notification of Ventilator Disconnections,

  • R. Scott Evans, LDS Hospital/Intermountain Health Care, Salt Lake City, UT

Intervention to Improve Dyslipidemia Screening in Hospitalized Diabetics

  • Richard M. Reichley, BJC Healthcare, St. Louis, MO

Improving Override Rates for Computerized Prescribing Alerts in Ambulatory Care

  • Nidhi R. Shah, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

Using Computerized Physician Order Entry to Decrease Insurance Denials

  • Alan M. Weiss, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH