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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


  • 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