AMIA 2020 Student Paper Competition
Sunday, November 15
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The following papers have been chosen as finalists in the AMIA 2020 Student Paper Competition. The Martin Epstein and Student Paper Awards are issued in recognition of the best student papers at the Annual Symposium.
The top three finalists were presented with their awards during the Opening Session.
(S31) Mental Health Comorbidity Analysis in Pediatric Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Rhode Island Medical Claims Data
K. Brown, Brown University; I. Sarkar, Brown University, Rhode Island Quality Institute; E. Chen, Brown University
(S05) Diagnosability of Synthetic Retinal Fundus Images for Plus Disease Detection in Retinopathy of Prematurity
A. Coyner, J. Chen, J. Campbell, S. Ostmo, Oregon Health & Science University; P. Singh, J. Kalpathy-Cramer, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Clinical Data Science; M. Chiang, Oregon Health & Science University
(S111) Conversational Agents for Chronic Disease Self-Management: A Systematic Review
A. Griffin, Z. Xing, S. Khairat, Y. Wang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; S. Bailey, Northwestern University; J. Arguello, A. Chung, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(S19) What Do Patients Care About? Mining Fine-grained Patient Concerns from Online Physician Reviews Through Computer-Assisted Multi-level Qualitative Analysis
L. He, University of California Irvine; C. He, Fudan University; Y. Wang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Z. Hu, K. Zheng, Y. Chen, University of California Irvine
(S81) Characterizing Database Granularity Using SNOMED-CT Hierarchy
A. Ostropolets, Columbia University; C. Reich, IQVIA; P. Ryan, Epidemiology Analytics, Janssen Research & Development; C. Weng, Columbia University; A. Molinaro, F. DeFalco, Epidemiology Analytics, Janssen Research & Development; J. Jonnagaddala, S. Liaw, University of New South Wales Sydney; H. Jeon, R. Park, Ajou University Graduate School of Medicine; M. Spotnitz, K. Natarajan, Columbia University; K. Kostka, G. Argyriou, IQVIA; R. Miller, A. Williams, Tufts Medical Center, Institute for Clinical Research and Health Policy Studies; E. Minty, University of Calgary; J. Posada, Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research; G. Hripcsak, Columbia University, New York-Presbyterian Hospital
(S109) Health Information Exchange use During Dental Visits
H. Taylor, N. Apathy, J. Vest, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.
(S69) Do Traditional BMI Categories Capture Future Obesity? A Comparison with Trajectories of BMI and Incidence of Cancer
C. Watson, University of Manchester, Manchester Cancer Research Centre, NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre; N. Geifman, University of Manchester
(S82) EHR Conversion on the PreOp Care: A Pre-post Workflow Comparison
L. Zheng, B. Duncan, Arizona State University; D. Kaufman, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University; S. Furniss, A. Grando, Arizona State University; K. Poterack, R. Helmers, Mayo Clinic; B. Doebbeling, Arizona State University