AMIA 2023 Clinical Informatics Conference Corporate Events
Registration is now closed.
Attendees at the 2023 Clinical Informatics Conference are invited to register for the following partner events.
Select the session(s) that you would like to attend. Space is limited for each session, and the form submission does not guarantee attendance. If you are selected to attend, you will receive confirmation prior to the conference as well as a ticket with your conference badge.
Please note: the sponsors of these sessions are not reporting entities in the CMS Open Payments Program. All conference attendees may freely partake in the sponsor-provided food and beverage.
Lunch and Learn
Build your own CDS with our no-code rules engine
May 24, 2023 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Healthcare data is exponentially growing and coming from an increasing number of sources — EHRs, personal devices, pharmacies, social and community data, genomic databases, and much more. In today’s healthcare environment, trying to manage and execute CDS logic on so many disparate data sources can lead to data reconciliation problems, deployment and administrative issues, alert fatigue, and a data deluge for providers, resulting in increased clinician burden and burnout.
InterSystems has created the Healthcare Action Engine, a FHIR-based solution empowering institutions to develop and run their own CDS rules across multiple data sources and multiple health IT environments. The no-code rule editor enables clinical informaticians and analysts to build complex and reusable knowledge artifacts easily. The Healthcare Action Engine can execute your choice of CDS rules on aggregated and normalized data within InterSystems’ technology, or it can be used to deploy and execute rules with a wide range of CDS Hooks-compatible EHRs and health IT applications.
- Russell Leftwich, MD, FAMIA, Senior Clinical Advisor, Interoperability
- Frank Pandolfe, Clinical Product Manager
High-Performing CDS: Leveraging Patient-Context, Targeted Alerts, and Analytics
May 24, 2023 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Clinical decision support (CDS) alerts are a critical component of a well-functioning system and can play a significant role in patient safety. However, some of these alerts may be inappropriate in a particular care scenario, ineffective, or nonspecific. Clinicians can become desensitized to alerts and may ignore important information. How can organizations maximize the use of technology to create and promote effective, targeted, relevant, and routinely updated alerts?
Please join our conversation about alert fatigue reduction strategies, including monitoring, analysis, and optimization of CDS. We will share progress deploying contextualized CDS that is patient and population-informed for more precise and personalized decision support.
We would like to hear your insights on relevant clinical scenarios and how you leverage analytics to further optimize CDS.
- Joan Kapusnik-Uner, PharmD, FCSHP, FASHP
- Anna Dover, PharmD, BCPS
Leap of Faith Technologies
Ivory Bridges: How to Prepare the Next Generation Informatics Professionals in the World of AI
May 25, 2023 | 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
Join our roundtable discussion on preparing the next generation of informatics professionals for the exciting world of AI and electronic medical records! As the healthcare industry continues to transform with the rapid advancements in technology, it is crucial to equip the future generation with the skills and knowledge needed to keep up with these changes.
Our discussion will focus on the challenges and opportunities that come with the integration of AI into healthcare and how we can prepare the next generation to excel in this field. We will explore topics such as the impact of AI on health information services, the ethical considerations of using AI in healthcare, and the skills and competencies that will be required for success in the field.
As part of our panel of experts from academia, industry, and healthcare, you will be asked to share your insights and perspectives on the topic, look at some potential tools and technologies that students could use, and provide feedback. Engage in a lively discussion about the future of healthcare and the role of informatics professionals.
Learn more information about Leap of Faith partners and their work in preparing the next generation of informatics professionals.
- Dr. Michael Gillam
- Dr. Frank Naeymi-Rad
Transforming Oncology Clinical Research using Clinical Natural Language Processing
May 25,2023 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Historically, the use of Electronic Health Record (EHR) data for clinical research has been hindered by the lack of structural and semantic standardization, the presence of important data elements buried in free-text notes, and inconsistent datasets. In this roundtable, we will dissect the recent advances to overcome these challenges and focus on an ensemble approach adopted by Triomics.
- Sarim Khan, Founder and CEO
- Hrituraj Singh, Chief Technology Officer