AMIA 2014 Posters

The specific time and date of all sessions, speakers names and abstracts are available in the Itinerary Planner. It is an excellent tool for building your AMIA 2014 Symposium experience.

Posters are the preferred format for presenting preliminary research results or results of small scale studies, illustrating and discussing innovative systems and services, describing experimental and in-practice projects and programs, reporting experiences with educational programs, and other dimensions of medical informatics.

The poster sessions are a vibrant and popular component of the symposium, offering direct access to the authors in a way not possible through podium presentations. Each accepted poster is displayed during one of the 90-minute poster sessions at the symposium. At least one author will be present at the poster session.

AMIA 2014 Distinguished Poster Nominations

Announcements about the winners will take place during the Closing Session, Wednesday, November 19, 12:15 – 1:30 p.m.

Poster Session 1

A Preliminary Study of Coupling Transfer Learning with Active Learning for Clinical Named Entity Recognition between Two Institutions
Yukun Chen, PS1, Board 106

Using Laboratory Data for Prediction of 30-Day Hospital Readmission of Pediatric Seizure Patients
Amie Draper, PS1, Board 23

Development of an Efficient, General Purpose TCP/IP Listener in Perl to Capture HL7 Data for Real-Time Clinical Decision Support
Richard Epstein, PS1, Board 95

Admission data predict risk as well as discharge data in patients with pneumonia: A readmission risk-model evaluation
Courtney Hebert, PS1, Board 27

Factors Associated with Wrong Patient Orders at a Veterans Health Administration Medical Center
Matthew Ingham, PS1, Board 31

A Knowledge-Based Collaborative Clinical Case Mining Framework
Ramakanth Kavuluru, PS1, Board 112

Identifying Strategies to Promote Adoption of a Web-based Patient-Centered Communication Tool by Providers in the Acute Care Setting
Kelly McNally, PS1, Board 38

Modeling Propensity for Hospital Readmission with Claims Data
Gerardo Soto-Campos, PS1, Board 161

Developing and Testing a Web-based Interdisciplinary Patient-centered Plan of Care
Dianna Stade, PS1, Board 48

A Qualitative Assessment of CPOE and Variation in Drug Name Display
Thu-Trang Thach, PS1, Board 51

BCMA use in the psychiatric population: Challenges in the inpatient setting
Kandace Whiting, PS1, Board 81

Poster Session 2

Model selection for EHR laboratory variables: how physiology and the health care process can influence EHR laboratory data and their model representations
David Albers, PS2, Board 118

eHealth Strategy transforming health care delivery in Tanzania
Niamh Darcy, PS2, Board 144

Design and Evaluation of a Glomerular Disease Ontology
Jamie Hirsch, PS2, Board 179

A modular approach for Consolidating CCDs from multiple data sources
Masoud Hosseini, PS2, Board 109

An Agent-based Reasoning Scheme for Prioritizing Evidence Obtained from Multiple Pharmacovigilance Signal Detection Methods, Vassilis Koutkias
PS2, Board 171

An exploratory factor analysis of socio-demographic and contextual factors associated with Dominican women concerned about HIV/AIDS
Michelle Odlum, PS2, Board 73

Patient Perspectives of Mobile Phones’ Effects on Healthcare Quality and Medical Data Security and Privacy: A Nationwide Survey
Joshua Richardson, PS2, Board 166

Use of a smart stop to improve Venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis compliance and order set use in an inpatient electronic medical record
Amer Saati, PS2, Board 48

Feasibility of Improving Health Literacy Using an Internet Medication Application Implemented in a Diabetes Clinic in India
Jonathan Wald, PS2, Board 57

Design of Vendor-neutral Platform for Fast Prototype Model Verification and Deployment
Shiming Yang, PS2, Board 62

Application of Data Mining Techniques to Predict Physical Activity
Sunmoo Yoon, PS2, Board 174

Achieving Meaningful Use

Posters focus on promoting the successful and effective development, implementation, and evaluation of Electronic Health Records as the nation works toward "meaningful use" of these systems.

Monday, November 17

  • A Structured Approach to Emergency Department Information System Selection (for poster submission only)
  • Meaningful Use in Medication Reconciliation & Patient Medication Information Management Requires Patient & Healthcare Team
  • Partnership, Community Collaboration, and Standardization: The Veterans Health Administration Story
  • The Extent to which U.S. Hospitals Promote Their Patient Engagement Activities and Outcomes: Preliminary Results of Quantitative Content Analysis Research
  • Meaningful Use & EHR Scope
  • Reporting the Results of Safety-enhanced Design Evaluations for Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certification: Are they Comparable?
  • Effective Strategies For Encouraging Provider Utilization of Mental Health Measurement-Based Care Software (COMMEND)
  • Development of an Antimicrobial Data Mart from Electronic MAR Data
  • Stage 3 Meaningful Use and Patient-Generated Health Data (PGHD): Outpatient Stakeholder Perspectives on How to Make PGHD Meaningful
  • Meaningful Use Stage 1 Clinical Quality Measures: Comparison of Abstracted and Electronic Results

Tuesday, November 18

  • Patient-centered Decision Support for Pediatric Asthma Signs and Symptoms: Development of a Web-based User Interface for Parents
  • Decomposition of Quality Requirements to Evaluate Electronic Health Records Systems
  • A Proposed Protocol for Meaningful Use Audit Documentation
  • Implementing SNOMED CT in Laboratory Specimen and Source Tables – If the Shoe Fits…
  • Configuring Health Information Exchange Identity and Consent Services for Operational Use in a Changing HIE Landscape
  • Electronic Health Record Systems (EHRS) Give Healthcare Providers a False Impression of Compliance with the Privacy and Security Meaningful Use Measure
  • An Extensible Integration Framework for CDS Applications
  • Point of Care Intake Tool and Clinical Decision Support to Achieve Meaningful Use
  • Public Perceptions of Privacy and Healthcare Quality Effects of Electronic Health Records

Biomedical Data Visualization

Posters include tools and application of data visualization toward decreasing information overload and increasing acceptance of information.

Monday, November 17

  • Facilitating Visual Exploration of System-generated Reasoning Pathways underlying Drug-Side effect Relations
  • Network Analysis of Common Eligibility Criteria in Cancer Clinical Trials
  • A Study of Requirements for Chronological-medical-data-visualization System by Means of Investigating Academic Medical Articles
  • The Pareto Principle in the ICU: A Model for Knowledge Resource Health Information Technologies

Tuesday, November 18

  • Patient characteristics associated with rehospitalization in older adults with heart failure receiving telehomecare.
  • Extract and Analyze Useful Information from a Noised DNA Chip Image
  • The Challenges of Disparate Data Formats: Analysis and Visualization in the SLIDES Project
  • Engaging Patients with Advanced Directives Using an Experiential Information Visualization Approach
  • PinTopics: A Tool for Visualizing Topic Models Using Multiple Redundantly Coded Word Clouds

Clinical Informatics

Posters present findings related to the design, development, and implementation and maintenance of state-of-the-art clinical systems, including electronic health records, standards and interoperability, clinical decision support, and effects on clinical quality, safety, and patient outcomes.

Monday, November 17

  • Development of an Automated Cirrhosis-Associated Symptom/Finding Detection Too
  • Reducing Complexity of Breast Cancer Treatment Regimen Representation in Tumor Registries
  • Using Laboratory Data for Prediction of 30-Day Hospital Readmission of Pediatric Seizure Patients
  • Feasibility of the SBAR Discharge Summary Format
  • System for ‘Intent-to-Treat’ Analysis in a Real-world Setting
  • Computerized Clinical Decision Support for the Evaluation of Suspected Pulmonary Embolism in the Emergency Department
  • Assessment of the Quality of Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)-related Medication Error Reports in a Large Medication Error Database
  • Smart Infusion Pump Limit Violations and High Alert Medications: The Role of the Single Step Titration Error Prevention system
  • Electronic Dental Record Research: Descriptive Review of Current Status
  • Development of a Unified Computable Problem-medication Knowledge base
  • The UCDHS Tethered Meta Registry: A Tool for Patient Health and Organizational Quality Improvement
  • Bridging the Gap in Knowledge and Practice: From Data to Decision
  • Application of Pediatric Dosing Rules Across a Diverse Health Care System
  • iGenetics: An Individualized Genetic Test Recommendation System Based on EHRs
  • Temporal Patterns of Alerts Generated by a Medication Order-auditing Program
  • Developing Clinical Decision Support for Direct Use by Patients: Challenges and Lessons Learned from Symptom Management in Cancer Patients
  • Methods for Patient Matching in Patient-centered Outcomes Research
  • The Readability of Diabetes Patient Education Materials on the World Wide Web : A LSA-Based Study
  • Data Driven Approach to Vital Sign Parameters at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford
  • Use of Enterprise Clinical Decision Support Infrastructure to Implement Pharmacogenomics at the Point of Care
  • Achieving a Better Readability of Instructional Notes in the ICD-10-CM Tabular XML Files
  • Identifying Strategies to Promote Adoption of a Web-based Patient-Centered Communication Tool by Providers in the Acute Care Setting
  • Evaluation of SNOMED CT Content Coverage for a Decision Support System
  • What Tasks Are Clinical Teams Tracking in Daily Practice? Usage of a Web-based Care Management Tool in Eight Veterans Affair Medical Centers
  • A Semantically Enhanced Clinical Rules Management Repository Prototype
  • Using REDCap to Evaluate Clinical Decision Support Alert Appropriateness
  • Misclassification of Cases by Querying Modality: Comparison of ICD-10 Codes with Clinical Laboratory Test Results
  • Patients and Providers using Secure Messages on the Patient Portal for Home Telemonitoring: What are the Informatics Challenges and How can they be Managed?
  • Physician Satisfaction With Computerized Order Entry
  • Use of Natural Language Processing in Terminology Coverage Analysis
  • Developing and Testing a Web-based Interdisciplinary Patient-centered Plan of Care
  • Examining the Potential for CPOE System Design and Functionality to Contribute to Medication Errors
  • Admission Data Predict Risk as Well as Discharge Data in Patients with Pneumonia: A Readmission Risk-Model Evaluation
  • Prior Probability Assessment Wizard
  • A Qualitative Assessment of CPOE and Variation in Drug Name Display
  • Override of Age-related Alerts in Older Inpatients: Evaluation of a Clinical Decision Support System
  • Social Network Analysis of EHR-based Provider Communication
  • Patient Factors Associated With Provider Response to a Weight Management Best Practice Alert
  • Clinical Informatics Program and Strategy to Support a Large-scale EHR Implementation
  • Factors Associated with Wrong Patient Orders at a Veterans Health Administration Medical Center
  • Understanding Primary Care Clinic Patients’ Information Needs about their Clinic Visit

Tuesday, November 18

  • Building Medical Informatics Data System for Quality Improvement in Children’s Hospital Setting
  • Linking Provider Documentation to Handoff – the Status View
  • Design of Vendor-neutral Platform for Fast Prototype Model Verification and Deployment
  • Evaluation of the Health Level Seven Fast Health Interoperable Resources (FHIR) Standard as a Query Data Model for the Arden Syntax
  • Electronic Implementation of Adolescent Health Guidelines for Preventative Care Transformation: Challenges for the Child Health Improvement through Computer Automation (CHICA) System
  • Implementation of a Computer-based Documentation System Improves Workflow Efficiency: A Case Report
  • Electronic Detection of Inpatient Diagnostic Error: A Scoping Review of Available "Triggers"
  • Improving Performance, Driving Change
  • A System Usability Study Assessing a Machine-Assisted Interactive Interface to Support Annotation of Protected Health Information in Clinical Texts
  • Evaluating the Size of Deceased Patient EHR Research Data Sets: A Multi-year Trend Analysis
  • Incorporating an Electronic Ventilator-associated Event (VAE) Tool Within a Hospital’s Internal Electronic Surveillance System
  • User Experiences of Speech Recognition Technology (SRT) by Physicians:A Cross-sectional Survey Study
  • Pediatric Dose Range Checking with Hierarchical Rules to Provide Value Added Alerts
  • Identification of Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients with Steroid-induced Diabetes Mellitus Using an Electronic Health Record
  • Point of Entry Notification of Shortages Using a Drug Auditing Program
  • Effect of Informatics Intervention on Compliance with Surgical Quality Metric
  • The State HIE Program Evaluation: A Typology of State HIE Approaches
  • Data for Patient-centered Outcomes Research on Care Processes, Transitions, and Coordination
  • Digitization of the Multi-disciplinary Medical Intensive Care Unit Rounding Checklist
  • Health Information Technology Adoption in Home Health ... Research in Progress
  • An International Evaluation of User Perceptions of Drug-drug and Drug-allergy Interaction Alerts
  • Do Consensus Abstracts Agree with Meta-analyses or Systematic Reviews
  • Individualizing Information Presented in Quality Dashboards: Preliminary Study
  • Pain Assessment Screening Tool and Outcomes Registry (PASTOR)
  • A New Corpus for Structured Microbiology Results
  • Customized Reference Ranges for Laboratory Values Decrease False Positive Alerts in Intensive Care Unit Patients
  • Automated Heparin Nomogram System
  • Perceptions of Health Care Quality in an Emergency Department During a Planned Electronic Health Record Downtime
  • An Evaluation of Computerized Medication Alert Override Behavior in Ambulatory Care
  • Automatic coding of Free-text Medication Data recorded by Research Coordinators
  • Impact of Implementation Efforts on AWARE Checklist Compliance
  • Use of an Iterative Search Strategy in Critical Care Informatics
  • Important Information to Communicate Between Clinicians and Families in the Intensive Care Unit
  • ProcessAWARE: Patient Outcomes and Resource Utilization Changes following Implementing an Electronic Rounding Checklist in the Intensive Care Unit
  • iDECIDE: A Mobile Application for Pre-Meal Insulin Dosing Using an Evidence Based Equation to Account for Patient Preferences
  • Encoding Performance Measures For Automated Quality Assessment
  • Facilitating Reconciliation of Inter-Annotator Disagreements
  • Lessons Learned Bringing Public Health into the Primary Care Clinic through an EHR-based Application
  • Prevalence of a Standardized Storage Format and Next Steps for Clinicians
  • Dental Information Needs – a Survey of the Medical Health Providers
  • The Business Value of IT in Healthcare
  • Feasibility of Improving Health Literacy Using an Internet Medication Application Implemented in a Diabetes Clinic in India
  • Genetic Variant Databases: Current Practices for Development and Curation
  • A Workflow-based Modeling Methodology for Cancer Care Study Protocols
  • Point-of-Care Knowledge-Based Resource Needs of Clinicians: A Survey from a Large Academic Medical Center
  • Use of a Smart Stop to Improve Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prophylaxis Compliance and Order Set Use in an Inpatient Electronic Medical record
  • Development, Testing, and Refining the Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Sniffer
  • The Can ( a Repository of Decision Support Rules Relating to Laboratory Test
  • Systems Informatics and Information Modeling in Healthcare
  • Exploring the Content and Ranking of Diagnosis-Based Medical Problem Lists

Clinical Research Informatics

Posters focus on addressing the critical need for effective information management to address the many challenges facing clinical research and the rapid evolution of the biomedical informatics methods specifically designed to address clinical research information management.

Monday, November 17

  • The role of HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors in the management of sepsis in a cohort study of adult intensive care unit patients
  • Visualizing Design Trends by Mapping the Alzheimer’s Disease Trial Space
  • Visualization of Publication Timelines using 4K Monitors
  • De-identified Clinical Research Data Warehouse in a Korean Tertiary Hospital
  • Integrating Information from Unstructured Text with Structured Clinical Data from an Electronic Medical Record to Improve Patient Cohort Identification
  • Quantifying the Effect of Weight Reduction on Progression to Type II Diabetes in High Risk Patients
  • Improving the Review of Individual Patients in a Clinical Data Repository
  • Automatic Extraction of Electronic Health Record System Data to Assist Evaluation of a Status Epilepticus Clinical Protocol.
  • Embedding a Medical Search Engine within an Electronic Health Record
  • Protecting Patient Data and Maintaining Site Autonomy: Managing Project Access in a Multi-Site i2b2 Database
  • Patient Screening Application to Identify Suitable Clinical Trials
  • A General Propensity Matching Algorithm to Control for Potential Confounders in Observational Studies using Outcomes Miner
  • Extending tranSMART for Meta-Analysis of Genomic Data Across Trials
  • The Financial Costs Associated with Implementing Electronic Health Records in U.K. Hospitals.
  • An Institutional Strategy to Support Clinical Research with Centrally Managed Custom Data Repositories
  • Reproducibility of Health Care Datasets

Tuesday, November 18

  • Reducing Readmissions and Intermountain Discover App: Stratification of Interventions based on Risk Assessment
  • An Exploratory Factor Analysis of Socio-Demographic and Contextual Factors Associated with Dominican Women Concerned About HIV/AIDS
  • Electronic Pharmacovigilance: Calling for Earlier Detection of Adverse Reactions (CEDAR)
  • Picking a Proxy on the Web: Interactive Patient Interview Module for Health Care Proxy Documentation
  • Addressing some Statistical Challenges of Using EHR Data for Clinical Research
  • A New Alternative for Accessing Medicare Claims Data: The Virtual Research Data Center
  • Discover Improved-Outcome Evidence for Personalized Treatment from Electronic Health Records (EHR)
  • Automating Extraction and Calculation of Daily Dose and Duration for Medications in EHRs
  • Specifying Initial Requirements and Architecture for the CUPID System
  • Electronic Consenting Program
  • Process Improvements from Implementing an Electronic Checklist and Rounds Choreography to the Intensive Care Unit
  • A Qualitative Study Exploring The Vulnerabilities Of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in the U.S. and Canada
  • An Informatics Framework for Clinical and Translational Research: The Mizzou Approach

Clinical Workflow and Human Factors

Posters focus on the human factor aspects of clinical information system implementation and use that revolves around usability, workflow, and patient safety.

Monday, November 17

  • Impact of Barcode Design on the Medication Administration Process
  • Engaging Patient and Family Advisory Councils in Developing Innovative Patient-Centered Care Interventions to Enhance Patient Experience
  • Using EHR Timestamps for Analyzing Ophthalmology Clinic Workflows
  • Evaluation of Real-Time Use of the EHR in Documenting Pain Scores
  • Methods for Early Stakeholder Engagement for Implementation of Health Information Technology
  • The Need for a Nimble Decision Support Tool for Implementing Clinical Pathways in Oncology
  • A Layered Context Model: a Basis for Customized Treatment – a GDM patient case study
  • Comparing Accuracy, Efficiency, and User Satisfaction of Two EMR Interfaces
  • BCMA use in the psychiatric population: Challenges in the inpatient setting
  • The Impact of an Automated Response Function in an Electronic Checklist on Checklist Accuracy: An Observation from a Simulation-based Study
  • Using Narrative Storyboards to Inform Design Improvement of Hands-free Communication Devices
  • Clinical Decision Support Integrated in the Electronic Medical Record to Reduce Overuse of Blood Product Transfusion in the Cardiac Surgery ICU
  • Informational Needs During Intensive Care Unit Handovers: A Multicenter Study

Tuesday, November 18

  • Iterative Participatory Design of Health Information Technology for Underserved Populations
  • Coordination-Based Analysis of Inter-Unit HandoffsCoordination-Based Analysis of Inter-Unit Handoffs
  • Automated Notification of Primary Care Providers upon Patient Admission: Pilot Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial
  • Getting Past 10%: Employing a Successful Bar Code Environment for Patient Safety
  • Correlating Information Use with Cost and Quality in a Rural ACO
  • Using Electronic Health Record Access to Infer Physician Follow-up After Handoffs
  • A Literature Review of Electronic Health Record Redesign for Optimization
  • Challenges Faced When Designing and Conducting Time Motion Studies in Health Care Environments
  • Automated Real-time Early Warning System for the Monitoring of Hospital Workflow, Evaluation of Patient Care and the Prediction of Risk
  • A Time-and-motion Study of Clinical Trial Eligibility Screening in a Pediatric Emergency Department
  • Efficient Translation of EHR Free-Text Data to Coded Data PRN
  • Differences in Occurrence and Recorded Times of Care Delivery Events as Documented in Electronic Health Records
  • Leveraging the Electronic Health Record to Identify Prescribing Errors through Rapidly Discontinued Medication Orders
  • Attitudes Towards Electronic Medical Records in Intensive Care
  • Understanding the Dispensary Workflow at the Birmingham Free Clinic: Responding to Challenges with Informatics Interventions

Consumer Informatics and PHRs

Posters explore Personal Health Records (PHRs) and the consumer perspective in the use of health information science designed to improve patient engagement, medical outcomes, and the health care decision-making process.

Monday, November 17

  • Elders & Families Rely On Social Networks For Aging-Related Information: Implications For Informaticians
  • Barriers and Benefits to CHT Use in Overweight and Obese Adolescents
  • Benefits and Challenges of a Height Sensing Approach for In-Home Gait Speed Detection
  • Exploring how Online Communication of Cancer Patients’ Symptoms to Clinicians Affects the Changes in Family Caregiving Responsibilities
  • Older Adults Use of Online and Offline Sources of Health Information and Constructs of Reliance and Self-Efficacy for Medical Decision Making.
  • Social Support Exchanges Among Online Health Community Members
  • Analysis of Patient Portal Use in Underserved Populations and Settings
  • An Approach to Self-management of Metabolic Syndrome in Japan Using an Internet-Based System
  • Visualizing Technology Types for Gait Speed Detection in Older Adults
  • Development of a Web-based Patient-Centered Discharge Checklist Toolkit
  • The Importance of Mental Models in the Design of Integrated PHRs

Tuesday, November 18

  • A Systematic Review of eHealth Interventions to Improve Health Literacy
  • Journaling and Journal Retrieval: An Information Management Tool to Assist Chronic Patients’ Everyday Self-Management
  • Developing an Online Social Network Platform to Collect Family Health History
  • Learning from Social Media Patient Platforms: a Framework for Exploring Mechanisms Used to Engage Patients
  • Human-Centered Design in Wound Care Guidelines
  • The H.O.P.E. Project: Trust and Engagement in an Online Social Networking Intervention Focused on Enhancing HIV/STD Resilience of African-American Youth
  • Identifying eHealth Literacy Demands of Health Information Seeking Tasks
  • A Qualitative Exploration of Older Adults’ Personal Health Information Tracking Behaviors
  • What Women Want? Expressing Women’s Voice on Contraception
  • Social InfoButtons for Patient-oriented Healthcare Knowledge Support
  • The Association between Numeracy Component of Health Literacy and Online Health Information Seeking Behavior
  • With Whom Will I Share? A Quantitative Data Analysis of the Special Project of National Significance Survey for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Experimental Protocol to Assess Comprehension and Perceived Ease of Comprehension of Tailored Health Infographics Compared to Text Alone

Data Interoperability and Information Exchange

Posters discuss methods to develop and implement various clinical data integration and exchange activities, including use of standard data formats (e.g., continuity of care document or HL7, Clinical Document Architecture) and vocabularies (e.g., SNOMED, LOINC, ICD-9).

Monday, November 17

  • Integrating a Diagnostic Decision Support Tool into an Electronic Health Record and Relevant Clinical Workflows through Standards-Based Exchange
  • Streamlining Health Information Exchange Workflows through Automated Disclosure Control Services
  • Value Transparency in Health Information Exchange as a Mechanism to Enrich Patient Participation
  • A Universal Software-tool Supporting Proper Continuity of Care Data Handling
  • Connecting CCC to SNOMED CT and LOINC in a Terminology Server
  • The i2b2 Blue Button: Enabling Patient-Centric Comparative Effectiveness Research
  • A Direct Query Mechanism for Exchanging Quality and Performance Measures: A Proof of Concept with California Health Plans and Physician Organizations
  • Placeholder Registration Addresses in a Regional Health Information Organization
  • Development of an Efficient, General Purpose TCP/IP Listener in Perl to Capture HL7 Data for Real-Time Clinical Decision Support

Tuesday, November 18

  • Transforming NHANES Database to the OMOP Common Data Model
  • Challenges in Quantifying Narcotic Use from Drug Dispensing Records
  • A Quest for HIE Success - Agency Theory and Technology Mutual Adaptation Framework
  • Data Transformation of Alzheimer’s Data
  • Interstate Exchange Implications for Multiple Health Information Networks
  • Designing Clinical Models of EHR (Electronic Health Records) for Long-term Care Providers to Elderly Persons
  • De-duplicating Distributed Research Cohorts using Health Information Exchange Identity Services
  • A Case Study on Integrating a Genealogy Database into a Consumer-Facing Family Health History Tool
  • Value Set Management to Enable Interoperable Clinical Decision Support: Development, Use, and Initial Evaluation of the OpenCDS Value Set Manager
  • Integrating Diverse HIV-associated Datasets via Semantic Harmonization
  • Consolidating CCDs from Multiple Data Sources: A Modular Approach

Data Mining, NLP, Information Extraction Retrieval

Posters highlight research and explore the application of data mining, natural language processing, and information extraction retrieval to all areas of biomedicine to increase the amount of usable data and information that can be accessed from existing clinical patient data bases and the biomedical literature.

Monday, November 17

  • Finding Different Types of Medical Conditions: From Data Generation to Automatic Classification
  • A Preliminary Study of Coupling Transfer Learning with Active Learning for Clinical Named Entity Recognition between Two Institutions
  • A Keyword Suggestion Strategy Based on Citation Networks
  • Gathering Information for Situation Models of Syndrome Identification
  • Evaluation of Existing Phenotype Authoring Tools for Clinical Research
  • Exploration of Potential Drug Off-label Uses in Clinical Practice
  • Developing a Knowledge Base for Detecting Carotid Stenosis with pyConText
  • A study of synonym extraction from clinical texts using semantic vector models
  • Longitudinal Tracking of Pain Phenotypes in Electronic Health Records Using an SVM
  • RxClass - Navigating between Drug Classes and RxNorm Drugs
  • Automated detection of Transient Lower Esophageal Sphincter Relaxations
  • Using Natural Language Processing for Autism Trigger Extraction
  • Does Size Matter? A Comparison of a Large Web Corpus and a Smaller Focused Corpus for Medical Term Extraction
  • A Motivation Framework for Knowledge Translation in China
  • Clustering Analysis of the Gene Chip Data for Two Types of Leukemia
  • Automatic Engine for Mapping Mycobacteriology Reports to SNOMED-CT
  • Machine Learning Made Easy with Sherlock
  • A Knowledge-Based Collaborative Clinical Case Mining Framework
  • Data Mining Methodologies to Discover Best practices for Diabetic Patients with Health Disparities
  • Automatic Content Extraction for Designing a French Clinical Corpus
  • Automated Phenotype Detection Facilitates Data Warehouse Analysis; an Example Using Structure Query Language and Exudative Pleural Effusion
  • Automated physician Order Recommendations and Outcome Predictions by Data-mining Electronic Medical Records
  • Improving Case Management via Statistical Text Mining of in a Foster Care Organization: Examining Psychotropic
  • Employment of Penalized Models to Predict Cognitive Domain Performance Using Proteomics
  • Reducing the Screening Burden of Systematic Review with a Multiple-level Relevance Ranking System

Tuesday, November 18

  • Building the Clinical Personalized Pragmatic Predictions of Outcomes (Clinical3PO) Pipeline Within U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
  • v3NLP Marshallers: Providing NLP Workflow Interoperability
  • NLP enhances Quality Care Measures in Heart Failure
  • Creating Clinically Homogeneous Groups of Prostate Cancer Patients
  • Check it with Chex: A Validation Tool for Iterative NLP Development
  • Building a Treebank of hospital discharge summaries
  • Analysis and Evaluation of Methods of Similarity in Nutritional Recommendations
  • Effect of Pre-annotation on Annotation Timing
  • Disease/Disorder Semantic Template Filling – Information Extraction Challenge in the ShARe/CLEF eHealth Evaluation Lab 2014
  • Exploring the Use of SemRep Predications to Help Identify Secondary Drug Targets for Personalized Cancer Therapy
  • A New Visualization Tool for Exploring Biomedical Patent Literature
  • A Statistical Study of Words Used in Chinese Clinical Documents
  • Readmission Leakage Risk Stratification with Associative Classification
  • Using Element Words to Generate (Multi)words for the SPECIALIST Lexicon
  • Rapid NLP Development with Leo
  • Automating Identification of Multiple Chronic Conditions in Clinical Practice Guidelines
  • Clinical Data Modeling EHR Data for Understanding Factors Related to Hospital-acquired Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI)
  • Medication Prescription Status Classification in Clinical Narrative Documents
  • How to de-identify a Large Clinical Corpus in 10 days
  • Improving Prediction of Type 2 Diabetes Using Genomic Domain Information
  • Semi-Automated Method to Extract Semantic Information from EHR Flowsheet Data for Pressure Ulcer Research
  • Model Selection for EHR Laboratory Variables: How Physiology and the Health Care Process can Influence EHR Laboratory Data and their Model Representations
  • Linking Adenomas Between Colonoscopy And Pathology Notes For PROSPR
  • Vocabulary Density Method for Personalized Indexing of MEDLINE Journals
  • Error Propogation in EHRs via Copy/Paste: An Analysis of Relative Dates

Global eHealth

Posters highlight informatics approaches to Global eHealth challenges and the need for: scalable and interoperable HIT solutions, a global informatics workforce, and a scholarly network to support current and future eHealth implementations around the world.

Monday, November 17

  • An Analysis of Mayo Clinic Search Query Logs for Cardiovascular Diseases
  • A Qualitative Analysis of Patients’ Behavior in an Online Health Community: Dynamics of Self-regulated Health Goal Achievement

Tuesday, November 18

  • eHealth Strategy Transforming Health Care Delivery in Tanzania
  • Implementing a Wireless-distributed EMR for a Traveling Student-run Global Health Clinic

Imaging Informatics

Posters explore the intersection of imaging science, biomedical engineering and biomedical informatics, including topics such as imaging ontologies, methodologies and techniques of image processing, standards for image information sharing, content-based image retrieval, decision support in image detection and interpretation, integration of genomic and drug information, computer-aided systems, and evaluations of image-based systems.

Monday, November 17

None scheduled

Tuesday, November 18

  • The Development of the Medication Image Library (MIL)

Informatics Education and Workforce Development

Posters explore efforts to create a trained HIT workforce to support the national “build out” of clinical information systems and the informatics contributions embedded within this movement.

Monday, November 17

  • Problem-Solving Methods for Public Health Informatics Practice and Training: Insights from Technical Assistance Projects
  • Using Mental Models To Teach Public Health Informatics Evaluation In An Applied Training Fellowship
  • The Establishment of Health Informatics Laboratory for Specialized Wireless Remote Monitoring Training and R&D

Tuesday, November 18

  • Patient Safety Education using an Electronic Error Reporting System
  • The Texas Advanced Computing Center: A Complete Scientific Discovery Environment for Biomedical Informatics and Health Science Research
  • Automation in Healthcare: is Automation Bias a side effect?
  • Deploying Informatics Tools to Improve an Interactive Medical Education Experience

Informatics in Health Professional Education

Posters highlight the application of information technology in health professional education and promote the teaching of informatics as a discipline.

Monday, November 17

  • Virtual Learning Environment: a Proposal for Teaching Urgency and Emergency Care for Nursing Students through WebQuest
  • An Informatics Approach to Building a Surgical Residents Log

Tuesday, November 18

  • Does Allowing Repeated Tries Without Penalty for Incorrect Responses Increase Guessing?
  • Novel Clinical Procedures Reference at the Point of Care with Google Glass

Interactive Systems

Posters highlight human-computer interaction (HCI) research, compelling designs, or innovative interactive technologies, including those that improve our understanding of the social and human elements of health technologies.

Monday, November 17

  • Exercise Intensity Adherence Improved by Remotely Controlled Cycle Ergometer
  • A Usability Analysis of a Fuzzy Match Search Engine for Physician Directories
  • Design and Development of Team Builder – Matching Funding Opportunities to Research Profiles
  • User Preferences Influencing the Design of a Tailored Virtual Patient Educator in a Latina Farm Worker Community
  • Developing an Electronic Health Record for Google Glass: Challenges and Use Cases

Tuesday, November 18

  • Problem-Oriented Views Decrease Cognitive Burden and Drug Errors
  • Cohort-Based Discretization of Continuous Clinical Features to Discover Readmission Risk Factors for Heart Failure Patients
  • Profiles Research Networking Software: An Open Source Community
  • A Review of Clinical Decision Support Products in Dentistry
  • Considerations in Implementing Informatics Studies in Dementia Care Units

Mobile Health

Posters cover mHealth, Web 2.0, social media, telehealth/telemedicine, Quantified Self, and related topics.

Monday, November 17

  • A New Approach to Evaluating Mobile Applications in the Emergency Department: Extending Usability Testing and Clinical Simulation
  • Implementation of a Mobile Communication Application to Enable Secure Electronic Access and Exchange of Patient Health Information
  • Development and Evaluation of a Mobile Medication Patient Symptom Support (M2-PASS) System to Strengthen Cancer Patients’ Transition from Hospital to Home
  • The Development of a Mobile Nurse Shift Reporting Application based on Human-Computer Interaction Design
  • From Computer Scientists to Research Practitioners: Lessons Learned when Implementing use of Mobile Services in a Cancer Research Setting
  • Pictogram-based Tablet Application Enabling Patient Input of Emotions and Behaviors
  • M-health for Individuals with Dexterity Impairments: The Needs & Challenges

Tuesday, November 18

  • Crowdsourcing and Development of Health-related Pictographs for Minority Groups by Gaming - A Focus Group Study
  • Indoor Location Awareness by Analyzing Ambient WiFi Signals in an Urban Setting – A Feasibility Study
  • Temporomandibular Disorder Treatment Adherence Improved By A Mobile SMS-Based Intervention
  • Mobile Education: Reaching Homeless PTSD Veterans
  • Usability of a Novel Wearable Camera System to Inform Tailored Intervention with Dementia Family Caregivers
  • Patient Perspectives of Mobile Phones’ Effects on Healthcare Quality and Medical Data Security and Privacy: A Nationwide Survey
  • Alerting System for Patients with Advanced Multiple Sclerosis
  • Collaborative mHealth Tools for Diabetes Management
  • Pilot Assessment of a Caregiver Decision Support Mobile Health (mHealth) Application for Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis in the School Environment
  • Towards a Representation Format for Sharable Self-Monitoring Data
  • Thermia: Simplifying Childhood Fevers with Mobile Clinical Decision Support
  • Utilizing Smartphones to Enhance Urine Strip Test Accessibility

Policy and Ethical Issues

Posters highlight the unprecedented national HIT activity and ethical considerations posed as more practitioners and the public interface with these technologies.

Monday, November 17

  • Scaling Information Technology in U.S. Health Care System Reform: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
  • Contextualization of Comparative Assessment Reports and System-wide Decision Making for Drugs and Devices Reimbursement
  • Exactly What Kind of Patient Data Do They Use in Research? : Analysis of Clinical Data Requests for Research

Tuesday, November 18

None scheduled

Public Health Informatics and Biosurveillance

Monday, November 17

  • Design of an Online Rabies Vaccination Information System
  • Development of an Interactive, Spatial, Web-Based Tool for Physician Workforce Planning and Recruitment
  • Integrating Neighborhood Food Environment Data with a Comprehensive Community-based Survey Data to Support Population Health
  • The use of Multiple Emergency Department Reports per Visit for Improving the Accuracy of Influenza Case Detection
  • Using Participatory Design to Optimize Capture of Information Needed for Public Health Reporting Processes
  • Using HIE Data to Calculate Quality Measures for Public Health Surveillance
  • Assessing the Feasibility of Using Electronic Health Records for Community Health Assessments
  • Toward a Conceptual Understanding of Social Network Analysis in Public Health Derived from Published Literature

Tuesday, November 18

  • The Role of Big Data in Community-wide Population Healthcare Delivery and Research
  • Application of Data Mining Techniques to Predict Physical Activity
  • An Agent-based Reasoning Scheme for Prioritizing Evidence Obtained from Multiple Pharmacovigilance Signal Detection Methods
  • Using Data Mining as a Model for Behavior Change
  • Development of a Community Care Information System: A Case Study in Singapore
  • Methods to Achieve Consistent Implementation of the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) Definitions for Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) Event Determination
  • Adopting a Collaborative Program Evaluation Model to Aid Administration and Evaluation of a Large-Scale Public Health IT Grant

Simulation and Modeling

Posters explore the use of computer-based simulation and modeling methodologies and tools as they can be applied within the field of biomedical informatics to help researchers and clinicians explore complex healthcare interactions.

Monday, November 17

  • Kidney Transplantation Web Portal for the Citizens in Brazil
  • SimProtocols – A Novel In Silico Framework to Compare Computer-based Clinical Protocols
  • Personalizing Statistical Models for Asthma Prognosis and Therapeutics
  • Modeling Propensity for Hospital Readmission with Claims Data

Tuesday, November 18

  • A Comprehensive Simulation Modeling Methodology to Reduce Health Care Process Redesign Risk

Terminology and Standards Ontologies

Posters explore the complex issues surrounding standard syntax, semantics, and pragmatics of design, development and use of various application-specific and general-purpose clinical terminologies and ontologies.

Monday, November 17

  • An Exercise Mapping MedDRA to ICD-10-CM
  • Analysis of Content Coverage for Informed Consent Concepts
  • Piloting a network of CTS2 terminology service nodes for value sets
  • Relating Health Concerns and Goals in Interprofessional Care Planning
  • Lexical Term Standardization of ICD-11 Using Semantic Web Technologies
  • Identification of Common Concepts for Clinical Decision Support and Mapping to the Health Level 7 Virtual Medical Record Data Model

Tuesday, November 18

  • Mapping Document Types using LOINC ® Document Ontology: a Case Study
  • Categorizing RxNorm Concepts by Treatment Intent
  • Creating, Maintaining and Publishing Value Sets in the VSAC
  • Design and Evaluation of a Glomerular Disease Ontology

Translational Bioinformatics and Biomedicine

Posters focus on opportunities in biomedical informatics that arise from the storage, retrieval, analysis, and dissemination of molecular and genomic information in a clinical setting context.

Monday, November 17

  • GeneAnswers: Integrated Translational Interpretation of Genes
  • Tissue-Experiment Inventory: A System to Enable Cataloguing of Experimental Results in Association with Tissue and Participant Information
  • A Data Repository System for Translational Research
  • An Integrative Framework for Drug Target Prediction and Repurposing
  • Novel Insights into Disease Interactions from Medicare Claims Data using Berg Interrogative BiologyTM Informatics Suite

Tuesday, November 18

  • Automated Clinical Status and Treatment Prognosis tracking in Cancer Patients
  • Investigating the Genetic Architecture of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Shared with Other Diseases