AMIA 2016 Posters

Achieving Meaningful Use

Posters will 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 14

Perceived Effects of Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records on Clinical Workflow
C. Denton Hurlbut, The New York Academy of Medicine; G. Nimo, J. Shapiro, Mount Sinai Medical Center; T. Kannampallil, University of Illinois at Chicago; V. Patel, The New York Academy of Medicine

Parsing Complex Microbiology Data for Secondary Use
P. Rahman, C. Hebert, A. Lai, The Ohio State University

Tuesday, November 15

HIE Expansion Improves Identification of Frequent Hospital Visitors
X. Han, T. Lowry, G. Loo, E. Rabin, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Z. Grinspan, L. Kern, Weill Cornell Medical College; G. Kuperman, New York-Presbyterian Hospital; J. Shapiro, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Pediatric Inpatient Medication Reconciliation using EMR in a Community Hospital
C. Ossai, H. Jaedi, F. Kupferman, D. Aschettino, Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center

Detecting Anomalies in Alert Firing in Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Systems using Anomaly/Outlier Detection Techniques
S. Ray, Northeastern University; A. Wright, D. McEvoy, J. Andersen, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Clinical Informatics

Posters will 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 14

Clinical Decision Support to Detect High Risk Patients with QTc Prolongation
C. Aakre, M. Bos, G. Simon, R. Tarrell, M. Ackerman, P. Caraballo, Mayo Clinic – Rochester

Evaluation of Clinical Score Usefulness to Guide Development of Automated Score Calculation for Hospitalized Patients
M. Dziadzko, C. Aakre, V. Herasevich, Mayo Clinic – Rochester

A National Survey Assessing How Many Records Providers Are Allowed to Open at Once in Electronic Health Records in Hospitals and Ambulatory Sites
J. Adelman, Columbia University Medical Center; M. Berger, A. Rai, Montefiore Medical Center; W. Galanter, University of Illinois at Chicago; G. Schiff, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Vawdrey, R. Green, H. Salmasian, Columbia University Medical Center; R. Koppel, University of Pennsylvania; W. Southern, Montefiore Medical Center

Usage of Electronic Online Care Process Models for Learning at the Point of Care
D. Cook, L. Pencille, K. Sorensen, D. Rhodes, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

An Analysis of Readmission Events Over Time in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
D. Eckerle Mize, M. Levy, S. Jagasia, C. Walsh, Vanderbilt University/ Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Identifying SNOMED Concepts Relevant to CHA2DS2–VASc and HAS-BLED Scores
P. Elkin, E. Anand, C. Crowner, S. Erfani, G. Ficheur, D. Schlegel, University at Buffalo

Assessing the Feasibility of Developing an Inpatient Telehealth Referral System for Veterans with Poorly Controlled Diabetes
U. Iqbal, K. Hussaini, J. Maddela, University of Arizona; H. Abbaszadegan, Phoenix VA Healthcare System

Informing the Requirements for IT-based Fall Risk Management Solutions in Home Health Care
O. Jademi, U. Uchidiuno, D. Alhuwail, G. Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Utility of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Standard for Representation of Non-query Data Mappings in the Arden Syntax
R. Jenders, Charles Drew University/ UCLA

Design, Implementation, and Maintenance of Relevant ASAP Data Report Tools for Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department
C. Katsura, F. Day, L. Mccullough, UCLA Health System

An Electronic Health Record Phenotyping Algorithm for Identifying Patients with Hepatorenal Syndrome
J. Koola, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System/Dept. of Veterans Affairs/ Vanderbilt University; S. Ho, VA San Diego Healthcare System/ UCSD; M. Matheny, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System/Dept. of Veterans Affairs/Vanderbilt University

Development and Validation of an Electronic Health Record (EHR)-based Risk Stratification Rule for Inpatient Delirium
J. LaFleur, University of Utah/Salt Lake City VA Medical Center; J. Crook, Salt Lake City VA Medical Center/ University of Utah School of Medicine; S. Nelson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; L. Lewis, Salt Lake City VA Medical Center; K. Knippenberg, University of Utah/Salt Lake City VA Medical Center; G. Gardner, Salt Lake City VA Medical Center; C. Weir, University of Utah School of Medicine/Salt Lake City VA Medical Center

Integration of a Healthcare Data Dictionary Front-end Tool with Data Visualization: Architectural Features and Early Implementation in the Laboratory Domain
J. Lee, N. Hulse, M. Newman, D. Mitchell, G. Sharma, N. Maram, Intermountain Healthcare

Clinical Decision Support for High Risk Medications at the Point of Prescribing
J. LeGrand, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; E. Neal, Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network; B. Shepherd, Vanderbilt University; S. Nelson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; S. Stenner, Vanderbilt University Medical Center/Vanderbilt University

Use of SNOMED CT Relationships for Optimizing Automatically Extracted Problem List Entities from Clinical Narratives
S. Madani, J. Henderson, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Reducing Clinician “EHR Screen Time” and Increasing Patient “Face Time”
J. Maddela, K. Hussaini, U. Iqbal, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix

Influenza Vaccine Cancel-reordering Reveals a Potential Limitation of Immunization Decision Support during Intermittent Vaccine Shortages
J. Michel, L. Utidjian, J. Thayer, R. Grundmeier, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Clinical Decision Support Substantially Improved Appropriate Screening for Vitamin D Deficiency
R. Novince, D. Bar-Shain, D. Kaelber, MetroHealth Medical Center/Case Western Reserve University

The Impact of Nurses’ Graph Literacy and Numeracy on Comprehension of Visualized Feedback Information
D. Russell, N. Onorato, Y. Barron, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; J. Merrill, D. Dowding, Columbia University

Intravenous Immunoglobulin Stewardship Using an Electronic Tool
D. Tsapepas, H. Salmasian, D. Vawdrey, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University

Discovering Associations between Problem List and Practice Setting
L. Wang, Jilin University/Mayo Clinic; D. Li, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Using Semantic Groupings to Support Clinical Trial Medical Condition Search: A Case Study on Diabetic Complications
D. Wei, Stockton University

Tuesday, November 15

Comparison of Drug-drug Interaction Alert Acceptance Rates
S. Aaron, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. McEvoy, Partners Healthcare; A. Wright, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Partners Healthcare/Harvard Medical School

Integrating Medical-dental Care for Patients with Diabetes: A Pilot Implementation of Clinical Decision Support Alerts
A. Acharya, K. Schwei, D. Schroeder, Institute for Oral and Systemic Health/Marshfield Clinic Health System; J. Ashton, S. Challa, C. Sorenson, L. Danial, E. Penniman, J. O'Brien, Marshfield Clinic Health System

Into the Void: Prescriber Use of a “Comments” Fields in an Electronic Health Record System
A. Ai, Brigham and Women's Hospital; M. Amato, Brigham and Women's Hospital/MCPHS University; D. Seger, Partners HealthCare; J. Fiskio, Brigham and Women's Hospital; A. Wright, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Partners HealthCare/Harvard Medical School

Investigating How Health IT Solutions Responded to Information Needs for Fall-risk Management: A Case Study
D. Alhuwail, G. Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Comparison of Approaches for Heart Failure Case Identification from EHR Data
S. Blecker, S. Katz, L. Horwitz, NYU School of Medicine; G. Kuperman, New York Presbyterian Hospital; H. Park, NYU School of Medicine; D. Sontag, New York University

Home 3D: Virtualized Home Environemnts in the EHR
M. Broecker, P. Brennan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Knowledge Management of Drug Indications –Complexities and Challenges
C. Cheng, J. Bubp, First Databank

Informatics Tools to Support Family Caregivers’ Pain Management in End-of-Life Care: Current Evidence and Opportunities
N. Chi, G. Demiris, University of Washington

Informatics Challenges in Working with "Big Data" – A Use Case in Identifying Predictors of Constipation
F. FitzHenry, S. Eden, J. Denton, Vanderbilt University/Veterans Affairs-Tennessee Valley Health System; R. LoCasale, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals; A. Cao, R. Reeves, N. Wells, M. Matheny, Vanderbilt University/Veterans Affairs-Tennessee Valley Health System

Counting Knowledge Objects – Estimating How Many Discrete Knowledge Artifacts are Described in the Biomedical Literature by Type
A. Flynn, University of Michigan Medical School; C. Friedman, University of Michigan Medical School/University of Michigan School of Public Health

Migration to Electronic Documentation – Benefits Seen at a Community Hospital
D. Goodyear, East Liverpool City Hospital

Visual Optimization of a Provider Dashboard for Patient Reported Outcomes in Surgical Spine Patients
M. Hasselquist, E. Austin, B. Fey, L. Kellogg, C. LeRouge, University of Washington; A. Hartzler, Group Health Research Institute; D. Flum, D. Lavallee, University of Washington

Efficacy and Types of Health Information Technology Used in Diabetes Education for Medically Underserved Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
E. Heitkemper, L. Mamykina, J. Travers, A. Smaldone, Columbia University

Evaluation of Clinical Score Calculator Programmability within the Electronic Health Record
V. Herasevich, M. Dziadzko, C. Aakre, Mayo Clinic – Rochester

Inconsistency and Variation in Concordance of Social History Documentation between Nursing and Provider Clinical Notes
J. Hirsch, K. Bock, Northwell Health/Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; J. Chelico, P. Karamanlakis, Northwell Health; D. Mensch, M. Oppenheim, Northwell Health/Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine

Workflow-guided Development of a Clinical Decision Support Tool for Patients with Advanced Liver Disease
S. Ho, University of California, San Diego/VA San Diego Healthcare System; J. Ducom, VA San Diego Healthcare System; A. Miller, Vanderbilt University; J. Garvin, VA Salt Lake City Healthcare System/University of Utah; J. Koola, Vanderbilt University/VA Tennessee Valley Health Care System; R. Beebe, Vanderbilt University; J. Slagle, Vanderbilt University; D. Westerman, Vanderbilt University/VA Tennessee Valley Health Care System; C. Reale, Vanderbilt University; M. Weinger, Vanderbilt University/ VA Tennessee Valley Health Care System; E. Groessl, VA San Diego Healthcare System/University of California, San Diego; M. Matheny, Vanderbilt University/VA Tennessee Valley Health Care System

Development of an Electronic Trigger Tool for Identifying Inpatient Diagnostic Error
K. Homann, R. El-Kareh, UCSD

Machine Learning Methods for the Early Identification of Diabetes
K. Hsieh, S. Fenton, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Secondary Data Analysis on Ventilator-associated Pneumonia and Pressure Ulcer with Regards to Head of Bed Elevation
S. Hyun, Pusan National University; C. Newton, S. Moffatt-Bruce, Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University

Assessment of Radiation Oncology Clinician Information Needs in Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
A. Kalet, R. Hazen, M. Phillips, University of Washington

Analysis and Redesign of Alerts and Reminders in a Commercial Electronic Health Record System to Reduce Alert Fatigue
P. Kukhareva, D. Borbolla, K. Kawamoto, University of Utah

Supporting Real-time Use of Precision Predictive Analytics for Unplanned 30-day Readmissions at the Point of Care
D. Lobach, Klesis Healthcare; D. McGowan, COPD Foundation; N. Hartman, Predixion Software; M. Dulin, M. Neale, J. Mikuleza, J. Wright, Carolinas HealthCare System

An Analysis of the Utility of Coded Override Reasons for Drug-drug Interaction Alerts at Eleven Sites
D. McEvoy, Partners Healthcare; A. McCoy, Tulane University School of Public Health; T. Hickman, S. Aaron, A. Ai, Brigham & Women's Hospital; M. Amato, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science; G. Fraser, WVP Health Authority; M. Krall, The Permanente Federation; S. Malhotra, Weill Cornell Medical College; D. Murphy, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine; L. Samal, Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School; R. Schreiber, Holy Spirit Hospital – A Geisinger Affiliate; E. Thomas, D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Science Center; A. Wright, Partners Healthcare/Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Development of a Diagnostic Assistant for Multiple Sclerosis using Natural Language Processing of the Electronic Medical Record
L. Mitrani, G. Lu, D. Fulgieri, H. Chase, Columbia University

Design of Point-of-care Lupus Nephritis Outcome Risk Score to Improve Adherence to Guidelines for Treatment
J. Oates, Medical University of South Carolina/Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center; E. Marshall, T. Srinivas, M. Habrat, R. Warren, L. Lenert, Medical University of South Carolina

Rural Health Informatics: Using EHR Data for Systems Based Improvements in the Emergency Department
G. Ramirez, J. Killeen, UCSD

Using Patient Photos to Reduce Wrong-patient Order Entry: Providers’ Perspective
H. Salmasian, J. Adelman, R. Green, D. Vawdrey, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University

An Evaluation of ‘Definite’ Anaphylaxis Drug Allergy Alert Overrides in Both Inpatient and Outpatient Settings
D. Seger, Partners HealthCare System/Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Slight, University of Durham/Brigham and Women's Hospital; E. Silvers, Partners HealthCare System/Brigham and Women's Hospital; M. Amato, MCPHS/Brigham and Women's Hospital; J. Fiskio, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Partners HealthCare System; A. Wong, Brigham and Women's Hospital; P. Beeler, University Hospital/Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Bates, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School

RuSH: a Rule-based Segmentation Tool Using Hashing for Extremely Accurate Sentence Segmentation of Clinical Text
J. Shi, D. Mowery, University of Utah; K. Doing-Harris, Westminster College; J. Hurdle, University of Utah

Categorization of Patient Health Goals Elicited During Home Care Admission
P. Sockolow, Drexel University; K. Radhakrishnan, University of Texas-Austin; E. Chou, Drexel University

Development of a Case Definition for Emergency Department Visits Attributable to Life-threatening Aortic Dissections
D. Travers, A. Waller, J. Zegre-Hemsey, J. Asafu-Adjei, A. Beaudry, J. Tintinalli, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Logical Rules for the Automated Ordering of Isolation Precautions
J. Tripp, C. Frame, C. Elliott, G. Borsato, R. Farr, Intermountain Healthcare

Patient Preferences for Visualizing Possible Outcomes of Breast Reconstruction
J. Weston, M. Bordes, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; S. Huang, The University of Texas at Austin/The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; G. Reece, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; F. Merchant, University of Houston; S. Cantor, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; M. Markey, The University of Texas at Austin/The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; M. Fingeret, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Towards a Better Cancer Care Through the Use of a Chemotherapy Ordering Information System: Transferable Lessons Learned
N. Wickramasinghe, P. Haddad, Epworth HealthCare/Deakin University; S. Vaughn, Epworth HealthCare; J. Schaffer, Cleveland Clinic

E-prescriptions and Problem Lists: Looking for Indications using the Open-source MEDI Medication-indication Matching Resource
T. Woodroof, W. Liu, S. Nelson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Clinical Research Informatics

Posters will 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 14

A Toolkit that Standardizes Data Retrieval across Multiple Perioperative Data Sources 
F. Aline, M. Terekhov, T. Kappen, K. Mccarthy, H. Blazer, S. Baker, J. Ehrenfeld, J. Wanderer, Vanderbilt University Medical Center 

Improving Quality of Care for Heart Failure Patients in a Home Care Setting: What Feedback Information do Nurses Need? 
D. Dowding, Columbia University, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; N. Onorato, Visiting Nurse Service of New York; J. Merrill, Columbia University; D. Russell, Visiting Nurse Service of New York  Exploring the Use of ClinicalTrials.gov Trial Results Data for Pharmacovigilance  V. Huser, O. Bodenreider, NLM 

An Evaluation of Activity Trackers for Monitoring Parkinson’s Disease Patient Outcomes 
J. Jones, H. Wu, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; J. Patel, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis/Indiana University School of Dentistry; S. Kasthurirathne, S. Mukherjee, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis 

Socioeconomic and Clinical Correlates of Technology Use in Cancer Patients 
Y. Kang, The University of Washington; S. Meghani, University of Pennsylvania 

Analysis of Military Population Health via the EHR: Health Care Utilization by Active Duty Servicemembers Following a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury 
L. Kasuske, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences/ Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; T. Wu, J. Caban, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center 

Integration of Genomic, Specimen, and Cancer Registry Data in an i2b2 Data Analytics Platform for Oncology Research 
J. London, J. Reber, C. Goswami, R. Stapp, S. Peiper, Thomas Jefferson University 

Comparison of Electronic Health Record Data Sources to a Gold Standard Patient Data Set in Correctly Identifying Chronic Conditions 
S. Martin, OHSU 

MedicineMaps: A Tool for Mapping and Linking Evidence from Experimental and Clinical Trial Literature 
N. Matiasz, W. Chen, A. Silva, W. Hsu, UCLA 

Feasibility Of Extending The PCORnet Common Data Model To Encompass Emergency Department Clinical Research
J. McClay, B. Gardner, UNMC 

Sociotechnical Interventions to Optimize Research-focused EHR Data Retrieval Requests 
B. Paciotti, S. Wei, S. Morley, UC Davis Health System 

Patient Record Linkage Between Two Academic Health Centers 
M. Ross, D. Bell, UCLA 

Practical Use of Common Data Elements in a Metadata-driven Clinical Trial Management System 
M. Sincan, M. McDonald, T. Yokum, J. Lee, National Institutes of Health 

Tracking Risk of Acute Mental Status Change in VA Hospitals 
S. Slager, B. Gibson, T. Taft, N. Staggers, University of Utah/George E. Whalen Veterans Affairs Medical Center; L. Lewis, George E. Whalen Veterans Affairs Medical Center; C. Weir, University of Utah/George E. Whalen Veterans Affairs Medical Center 

Export Data from i2b2 using the New Download Data Web Client Plugin 
N. Wattanasin, T. Wang, B. Ghosh, R. Metta, V. Gainer, S. Murphy, Partners HealthCare 

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/UCLA; L. Chen, Los Angeles Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center/ UCLA; S. SooHoo, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center/UCLA; K. Dawson, Los Angeles Biomedical Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center/UCLA; R. Jenders, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science/UCLA; D. Bell, UCLA 

Tuesday, November 15

Categorizing Clinical Data to Make it Easier for Patients to Indicate Their Data Sharing Preferences 
E. Bell, D. Guijarro, H. Kim, A. Richardson, J. Huh, S. Wang, L. Ohno-Machado, UCSD 

Assessment of the Heterogeneity of Outcome Measurements for IT Interventions in Health Care
T. Colicchio, J. Facelli, G. Del Fiol, D. Scammon, University of Utah; W. Bowes, S. Narus, University of Utah/Intermountain Healthcare 

A Feasibility Study of Answering Clinical Questions Using askMEDLINE at the Point of Care 
K. Gartrell, G. Wallen, C. Brennan, C. Fisher, P. Fontelo, NIH 

Evaluating Google Translate for Facilitating Survey Translation from English to Mandarin 
J. Guo, University of Utah 

Predicting Ordered Diagnostic Tests from Patient Triage Data 
H. Hunter-Zinck, S. Gaehde, VA Boston Healthcare System 

Understanding Delays In Abnormal Test Result Follow-up using Electronic Health Records In Outpatient Primary Care Settings 
R. Islam, Baylor College of Medicine/Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Cente; V. Bhise, University of Texas Health Sciences Center/Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; J. Schwartz-Micheaux, Baylor College of Medicine/Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; E. Russo, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; D. Murphy, Baylor College of Medicine/Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Sciences Center; H. Singh, Baylor College of Medicine/ Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center 

Does Health Status Affect Patient Preferences for Sharing Clinical Data for Research? 
I. Jang, D. Guijarro, J. Quach, J. Kim, H. Kim, E. Bell, R. El-Kareh, L. Ohno-Machado, University of California, San Diego 

Data Mapping in Development and Implementation of Clinical Data Management Technology for Clinical Research 
S. Kato, National Center for Child Health and Development; Y. Morikawa, Tokyo Metropolitan Children’s Medical Center; S. Mitsui, T. Kuriyama, T. Ogasawara, K. Saito, N. Yahagi, National Center for Child Health and Development 

A Research Capability Framework 
A. Luo, M. Harris, F. Manion, B. Mirel, University of Michigan 

Ensuring Data Integrity from Anesthesia Information Management Systems: An Approach by the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group 
M. Mathis, S. Kheterpal, University of Michigan 

Medication Self-reconciliation through Automated Telephony 
M. Newcomb, Tufts University School of Medicine/Boston Children's Hospital; K. Mandl, M. Natter, Boston Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School 

Incidence of Seven ED Visit Diagnoses are a Function of Birth Month 
J. Nielson, Summa Health System; S. Mankowitz, East Orange General Hospital 

Visualizing Clinical Event Sequences to Support EHR Data Retrieval 
B. Paciotti, UC Davis; F. Du, University of Maryland; S. Wei, S. Morley, UC Davis 

Text Processing of Clinical Research Protocols and Informed Consents to Facilitate Tracking of Research Procedures
A. Panny, George Mason University; V. Huser, Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications 

Implementing a Course in Computational Thinking During Residency Using R 
F. Pathan, S. Beidas, Orange Park Medical Center 

Utilization of Cost Effective Tools for Queries on Healthcare System Stress 
T. Read, E. White, Brigham and Women's Hospital; N. Karipineni, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School; M. Ignatov, Partners Healthcare System; M. Shanmugam, Brigham and Women's Hospital; B. Rocha, S. Maviglia, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School/ Partners Healthcare System; J. Cobb, University of Southern California; R. Rocha, S. Collins, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Partners Healthcare System 

Comparing Clinical Decision Support of a Homegrown Versus a Vendor Electronic Health Record System 
E. Silvers, D. Seger, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Partners HealthCare; A. Wong, M. Amato, Brigham and Women's Hospital/MCPHS University; S. Slight, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Durham University; P. Beeler, Brigham and Women's Hospital/University Hospital; J. Fiskio, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Partners HealthCare; D. Bates, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School 

Developing an Electronic Health Record-based Cohort of Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases for Observational Patient-centered Outcomes Research 
S. Singh, P. Paul, C. Hsu, University of California San Diego; L. Ohno-Machado, University of California San Diego/Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System 

Asthma Ascertainment NLP System Portability across Institutions 
S. Sohn, Y. Wang, C. Wi, E. Krusemark, E. Ryu, Mayo Clinic; M. Ali, Sanford Children’s Hospital; Y. Juhn, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic 

Data-driven System for Perioperative Acuity Prediction 
L. Zhang, D. Fabbri, J. Wanderer, Vanderbilt University 

Clinical Workflow and Implementation

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

Monday, November 14

Creating Electronic Clinical Decision Support Tools for Management of Obese GERD Patients in an Outpatient Setting
O. Alexeeva, R. Yadlapati, R. Keswani, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine 

Configurable Permissioning to Address Diverse Data Collection Needs 
B. Anderson, H. Agnew, F. Farach, L. Rozenblit, Prometheus Research 

Technological Barriers to Situational Awareness in Laboratory Testing 
A. Athanas-Crannell, M. Kantor, M. Sebasky, R. El-Kareh, UCSD 

End-user Customization of Electronic Medical Record System Provides Measurable Improvements in Documentation Compliance 
A. Bagchi, J. Mitchell, J. Sklenar, J. Mudd, OHSU 

A Qualitative Analysis of Electronic Clinical Quality Measures Development and Data Validation 
N. Colin, R. Cholan, S. Martin, B. Sachdeva, D. Dorr, Oregon Health & Science University 

Preliminary Evaluation of a Multi-component Intervention Prior to Discharge to Reduce Pediatric 30-day Readmissions 
A. Draper, University of Pittsburgh; A. Urbach, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC; R. Day, University of Pittsburgh; F. Palmer, S. Suresh, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC; R. Tsui, University of Pittsburgh 

Analyzing Electronic Health Record Interactions to Capture Resident Work Hours 
A. Dziorny, E. Orenstein, R. Lindell, N. Hames, B. Desai, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 

Automatic Workflow Extraction Using Sequential Pattern Mining and Electronic Medical Record Usage Data 
T. Green, M. Phinney, C. Shyu, University of Missouri – Columbia 

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 

Triggers for VTE Prophylaxis: Sociotechnical System Considerations 
A. Hundt, P. Hoonakker, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J. Stamm, V. Agrawal, Geisinger Health System; B. Patterson, P. Carayon, University of Wisconsin-Madison 

Incorporation of Case Setup Complexities into the Analysis of Operating Room Turnover Times 
J. Manning, M. Singh, P. Dissanayake, E. Day, R. Banchs, The University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine 

Implementing Computerized Provider Order Entry Increased Rates of Duplicate Laboratory Testing in Inpatient and Outpatient Settings 
P. Mathias, N. Hoffman, University of Washington 

Confidence in Methodologies to Accurately Predict Risk Stratification in Primary Care Practices 
R. Ross, B. Sachdeva, J. Wagner, L. Watson, J. Hall, D. Cameron, D. Cohen, D. Dorr, Oregon Health & Science University 

Analyzing Similarities in Handoff Communication Content between Residents and Nurses 
V. Srinivasan, T. Kannampallil, University of Illinois; T. Cohen, University of Texas; J. Abraham, University of Illinois 

Implementation Strategies to Address Information-related Barriers for Community Pharmacies Participating in a Statewide Pharmacy Care Management Network 
K. Turner, C. Shea, UNC Chapel Hill 

Finding Evaluation Frameworks for Complex Health IT Implementations 
J. Webb, J. Richardson, M. Ashok, B. Blumenfeld, J. Wald, RTI International 

Tuesday, November 15

Nursing Documentation Redesign: A Collaborative Approach
D. Ariosto, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Deriving the “Number Needed to Treat” from PubMed Structured Abstracts
P. Fontelo, F. Liu, National Library of Medicine

Business Process Modeling: Capturing the Workflow of Medicine
P. Haug, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; H. Post, J. Bledsoe, Intermountain Healthcare

Electronic Health Record Interventions Improve Patient Centered Medical Home Documentation for Primary Care Practices Seeking National Committee for Quality Assurance Recognition
S. Myers, E. Silvers, C. Liang, L. Volk, C. Blanchette, A. Feeney, Partners HealthCare

One Year Usability Results for an Electronic Respiratory Therapy Tool for the Intensive Care Unit
M. Nolan, M. Dziadzko, T. Meyer, J. Baker, J. Dyke, I. Tiong, B. Pickering, V. Herasevich, Mayo Clinic Rochester

Carelign©: Early Reactions to a Mobile Clinical Dashboard and Handoff Tool
J. Olsen, J. Soegaard Ballester, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania; G. Bass, G. Fala, R. Urbani, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; W. Hanson, S. Airan-Javia, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania/Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Improving Inclusion of Comparison Studies in Radiology Interpretations
C. Roberts, S. Loprino, E. Comstock, Mayo Clinic

Needs Assessment: A Subscription-based Laboratory Notification System
B. Slovis, Columbia University/Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; H. Salmasian, G. Kuperman, D. Vawdrey, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University

Understanding Technology Requirements to Support Chronic Disease Care: The Longitudinal Care Plan Cycle
K. Unertl, C. Simpson, L. Novak, Vanderbilt University

Planning a Learning Health System Evaluation: The Multiple Sclerosis Partners Advancing Technology and Health Solutions (MS PATHS) Initiative
J. Wald, J. Richardson, M. Ashok, J. Webb, B. Blumenfeld, A. Ortiz, S. Ebron, R. Bailey, RTI; G. Phillips, J. Williams, R. Rudick, Biogen

Getting to the Right ICD-10 Code: A Multifaceted Approach
N. Whipple, Partners Healthcare Systems; H. Ramelson, Partners Healthcare Systems/Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital

Vision-based Hand Hygiene Monitoring in Hospitals
S. Yeung, A. Alahi, A. Haque, B. Peng, Z. Luo, Stanford University; A. Singh, T. Platchek, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital; A. Milstein, F. Li, Stanford University

Consumer Informatics and PHRs

Posters will 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 14

Opioid-related Side Effects and Adverse Reactions: Mining of Patient Secure Messages L. Bouayad, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital; R. Kerns, W. Becker, Yale University; T. Houston, Bedford VA Medical Center; S. Luther, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital; S. Shimada, Bedford VA Medical Center; B. Padmanabhan, University of South Florida

Technology Usage and Preferences during Pregnancy S. Chennupati, M. Dorst, S. Anders, G. Jackson, Vanderbilt University

Priorities for Health-related use of Personal Data Trails: Patients’ Perspectives J. Fontaine, University of Michigan; E. Ludman, J. Ralston, A. Hartzler, Group Health Research Institute

Semantic Degrees of Freedom: Achieving Balanced Governance Policies That Support PPRNs D. Gabriel, University of California, Davis; S. Terry, Genetic Aliance; N. Anderson, University of California, Davis

Self-management Apps for Breast Cancer Survivors: Applying Clinical Terminology Standards for Personal Decision Support A. Kapoor, P. Nambisan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Patient Accessible Electronic Health Records Portal C. Kemper, IUPUI

How Strong is the Evidence for the Effectiveness of Dementia Family Caregiver Information and Communication Technology Interventions? R. Lucero, University of Florida/VA HSR&D Center of Innovation on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; A. Patel, E. Fehlberg, M. Santoni-Miranda, K. Lee, R. Williams, University of Florida

NDC Properties in RxNorm L. Peters, O. Bodenreider, National Library of Medicine

Use of a Market Segmentation Method to Validate User Types of SHUTi, an Internet-delivered Intervention for Insomnia L. Ritterband, V. Sturz, P. Chow, H. Lord, F. Thorndike, W. Cohn, University of Virginia

MyHealthKeeper: A Pilot Study for Personal Health Record Based Healthcare Management B. Ryu, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital/Seoul National University; S. Yoo, E. Heo, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital; S. Ji, Y. Kim, J. Lee, Seoul National University; J. Kim, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital

Use of a Web-based Survey to Identify Symptom Frequency and Intensity Reporting of Persons Living with HIV with HANA Conditions R. Schnall, Columbia University; S. Hirshfield, Public Health Solutions; K. Siegel, L. Milian, H. Castillo, H. Cho, Columbia University

Is More eHealth System Use Better for Cancer Patients and Family Caregivers? A Literature Review W. Su, M. Chih, University of Kentucky

Personal Health Record Self-scheduling by Patients Decreases No-show Rates and Operational Efficiency in Primary Care and Specialty Visits M. Wassef, The MetroHealth System/Case Western Reserve University; B. Wagner, J. Russow, Huron Consulting; D. Kaelber, The MetroHealth System/Case Western Reserve University

ItRunsInMyFamily Social Network for Family Health History: Project Update B. Welch, A. Aziz, Medical University of South Carolina; J. Schiffman, University of Utah

A Review of Mobile Phone-based Interventions and Applications for Medication Adherence P. Yen, J. Garvey Smith, M. Zhou, M. Chamberlain, X. Ji, A. Lai, Ohio State University

Visualization of Topics from Twitter and Focus Groups as the Foundation for Insights about Dementia Caregiving S. Yoon, Columbia Unversity; B. Hunter, Claremont McKenna College; S. Bakken, Columbia University

Answering Patients’ Questions using Expert-vetted Online Resources: A case Study of Diabetes Y. Zeng, L. Wang, Y. Wang, D. Li, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Tuesday, November 15

Heuristic Evaluation of a Novel Inpatient Patient Portal
S. Ali, B. Hafeez, L. Roman, J. Ancker, Weill Cornell Medicine

Towards Automated Selection of Patient-Specific Education Materials in Ambulatory Care Settings
F. Aloudah, J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University

Log File Analysis of User Engagement with Maternity Information Access Point
A. Arcia, E. Warner, Columbia University

Crowdsourced Evaluation of Medical Texts Simplified by Medical Trainees
Y. Choi, A. Turner, K. Kirchhoff, University of Washington

The Design of a Patient-centered Personal Health Record with Patients as Co-designers
A. Chung, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine/Carolina Health Informatics Program/UNC School of Medicine Program on Health and Clinical Informatics; H. Chen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; G. Shin, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill/Carolina Health Informatics Program; K. Mane, Kaiser Permanente; H. Kum, Texas A&M University

Proposal of Automatic Patient Authored Text Analysis to Measure Patient Engagement
G. do Nascimento Ribeiro, IBM Software Laboratory; M. Ito, IBM Research

Factoring Near-field Chemical Exposure into Personalized Medicine
H. Gabb, C. Blake, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Patient Perceptions of Test Result Notification via the Patient Portal
T. Giardina, J. Baldwin, D. Nystrom, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine; D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Science Center; H. Singh, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine

Design Considerations for Patient Portals: Needs and Preferences from Elderly Adopters
Y. He, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Evaluating Patients’ Perceptions of Infobuttons
N. Hulse, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; J. Long, Intermountain Healthcare

Information and Communication Needs of Hispanic Dementia Caregivers Informing Design of a Family Health Information Management System
S. Iribarren, S. Stonbraker, N. Suero-Tejeda, Columbia University; R. Lucero, University of Florida/VA HSR&D Center of Innovation on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; S. Bakken, Columbia University

The Impact of a Portal for Parents of Hospitalized Children on Healthcare Team Workflow
M. Kelly, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; P. Hoonakker, University of Wisconsin-Madison; S. Dean, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Incorporating Televisions into Older Adults’ Health Routines: A Case Study
L. Kneale, H. Thompson, G. Demiris, University of Washington

Homeless Patients Driving Innovation: Establishing a Community Innovation Panel to Create Patient-facing Technology in a Large Urban Health Clinic
D. McInnes, VA New England Healthcare System/Boston University School of Public Health; S. Johnston, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program/Boston University School of Public Health; R. Hass, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Qualitative Analysis of Proxy Utilization of Patient Portal for Older Adult Patients
B. Melton, University of Kansas; C. Burkhardt, University of Kansas/University of Kansas Medical Center

Using Tablet Computer Journals to Capture Patients’ Chronic Disease Management in Daily-living Settings
M. Ozkaynak, K. Hannah, University of Colorado; G. Woodhouse, University of Colorado Hospital; R. Valdez, University of Virginia; P. Klem, University of Colorado Hospital

Serious Digital Game for Heart Failure Self-management by Older Adults: A Pilot Study
K. Radhakrishnan, P. Toprac, M. O'Hair, P. Bradley, M. Kim, M. Mackert, The University of Texas Austin

FitbitTM Fitness Tracking Ease of Use and Utility: Preliminary Findings for Potential Use in Clinical Care
D. Taylor, Intermountain Healthcare; N. Hulse, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; C. Mynam, B. Iyer, M. Ebert, J. Gagner, P. Haug, Intermountain Healthcare

Real-time Patient Satisfaction Surveys via an Emergency Department Portal
M. Tobias, J. Westover, J. Zorc, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Data Interoperability and Information Exchange

Posters will 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 14

Establishing Value of Health Information Exchange Content
G. Baker, Intermountain Healthcare; S. Thornton, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah

Transmission of ELR Messages To Improve Public Health Reporting
S. Binkheder, IUPUI; B. Dixon, IUPUI/Regenstrief Institute, Inc./Center for Health Information and Communication, Health Services Research & Development Service, Veterans Health Administration, U.S.; S. Grannis, IUPUI/Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Integrating Electronic Death Registration with Electronic Health Records Systems: Results of Trial Use of the VRDR Profile
V. Danak, G. Gobar, UC Davis Health System; M. Williamson, CDC/NCHS; M. Hogarth, UC Davis Health System

Review and Evaluation of the State of Standardization of Computable Phenotype
S. Feudjio Feupe, UCSD

The Effect of Regional Health Information Exchange upon Ambulatory-care Sensitive Hospitalizations and the Potential for Post-Discharge Care Coordination
D. Haggstrom, Indianapolis VA HSR&D/Indiana University School of Medicine/Regenstrief Institute; S. Ofner, IUPUI School of Public Health; B. Dixon, Indianapolis VA HSR&D/IUPUI School of Public Health; D. French, Northwestern University; M. Weiner, Indianapolis VA HSR&D/Indiana University School of Medicine/Regenstrief Institute; L. Myers, Indianapolis VA HSR&D; S. Perkins, IUPUI School of Public Health

Roadmap for Integrating an EMG Machine with the EMR
D. Haustein, Robley Rex VA Medical Center/University of Louisville; B. Bohlig, University of Louisville

An NLP Extension to the Quality Data Model for EHR-driven Phenotype Algorithm Authoring and Execution
G. Jiang, Mayo Clinic; W. Thompson, L. Rasmussen, Northwestern University; R. Kiefer, Mayo Clinic; J. Pacheco, Northwestern University; H. Mo, P. Speltz, J. Denny, Vanderbilt University; J. Pathak, Cornell University

How Big Is Big? Amount of Data in Intensive Care Units DataMart Platform
M. Li, I. Tiong, J. Dyke, S. Plamadeala, V. Fedosov, B. Pickering, V. Herasevich, Mayo Clinic

What Lead to Continued Use of HIE?
H. Liang, Y. Xue, East Carolina University

Patient Identity Matching for Health Information Exchange between Poison Control Centers and Emergency Departments
P. RanadeKharkar, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; D. Mann, Intermountain Healthcare; H. Bennett, B. Crouch, G. Del Fiol, University of Utah; S. Thornton, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; M. Cummins, University of Utah

eMeasure Certification: Validating Logic for Electronic Clinical Quality Measure (eCQM) Reporting
A. Smith, B. Hamlin, National Committee for Quality Assurance

Relieving Operational Burdens of Participants in Inter-organizational Care Coordination
S. Thornton, S. He, Intermountain Healthcare; I. Thraen, Utah Department of Health; D. Rajeev, Healthinsight

Tuesday, November 15

Constructing Diagnostic CT Exam Lists for Sites Across an HIE
A. Beitia, T. Lowry, Mount Sinai Hospital; D. Vreeman, Regenstrief Institute; B. Delman, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; B. Slovis, Mount Sinai Hospital/Columbia University; G. Loo, F. Thum, J. Shapiro, Mount Sinai Hospital

Overcoming Interoperability Challenges of Community-based Health Interventions
S. Haque, S. Ebron, W. Quattrone, R. Bailey, B. Blumenfeld, RTI

Secondary Use of Health Information Exchange: Bivariate Analysis of Return Visits After Emergency Care
E. Kim, T. Lowry, G. Loo, B. Shy, U. Hwang, N. Genes, L. Richardson, C. Clesca, J. Shapiro, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Data Topography of a Large Multi-site Research Network
J. Klann, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners Healthcare System; V. Raghavan, D. MacFadden, S. Weiler, Harvard Medical School; K. Mandl, Children's Hospital Boston/Harvard Medical School; S. Murphy, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners Healthcare System

RexDB & GSM Provide Iterative Cohort Selection for GWAS: A Case Study of Gains through Interoperability of Two Open-source Technologies
O. McGettrick, Prometheus Research, LLC; E. Maier, N. Sefcovic, Booz Allen Hamilton; L. Rozenblit, Prometheus Research, LLC; P. Hodor, Booz Allen Hamilton

Medication Use Among Veterans Across Healthcare Systems
K. Nguyen, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center/Department of Veterans Affairs/Purdue University

Most Common Allergen Terms in the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs: Developing a Baseline Set of Allergen Terms for the C-CDA Using RxNorm "Ingredient" Level Abstraction
K. Stiller, D. Parker, B. Marquard, M. Marshburn, S. Moore, S. Kator, N. Stone, DoD/VA Interagency Program Office

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)

Data Science 

Posters will highlight research and applications of data science in all areas of health and biomedicine, including visualization and exploration of large data sets, data mining, modeling and analytics approaches, technologies to scale to large datasets, and use of simulations to model complex healthcare and health phenomena.

Monday, November 14

An Automatic Data Mining Approach Using Linked Data Technologies
B. Cropp, J. Coles, K. Meess, CUBRC, Inc.

A Bespoke Big Data/Visual Analytics Solution for Treatment Pathway Analysis and Visualization Using Healthcare Data
S. Eslava, Z. Cai, Celgene; S. Golde, F. Yang, Knowledgent

A Multi-institutional Honest Broker in the Cloud
C. Farcas, T. Bath, P. Paul, A. Koures, L. Ohno-Machado, University of California, San Diego

RDF-based Method to Uncover Implicit Health Communication Episodes from Unstructured Healthcare Data
P. Giannaris, Z. Al-Taie, University of Missouri; N. Thanintorn, I. Ersoy, UMC; C. Shyu, University of Missouri; R. Hammer, D. Shin, UMC

A Scalable Dataset Indexing Infrastructure for the bioCADDIE Data Discovery System
J. Grethe, B. Ozyurt, University of California; H. Xu, X. Chen, R. Liu, E. Soysal, A. Gururaj, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; H. Kim, University of California; T. Cohen, T. Johnson, M. Salimi, S. Pournejati, M. Jiang, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; C. Farcas, University of California; A. Gonzalez-Beltran, P. Rocca-Serra, University of Oxford; M. Amith, C. Tao, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; I. Fore, National Cancer Institute; R. Margolis, National Institute of Diabetes Digestive and Kidney Diseases; G. Alter, University of Michigan; S. Sansone, University of Oxford; L. Ohno-Machado, University of California

Evaluating Differences Between MIMIC II and III Critical Care Databases
M. Hurtado, Ponitificia Universidad Católica de Chile; J. Henderson, J. Ghosh, The University of Texas at Austin

Visualizing the Effects of Cancers on Relationships Between Comorbidities and Activities of Daily Living
H. Min, T. Oz, S. Vukomanovic, H. Mobahi, K. Irvin, I. Krasniqi, J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University

Predictive Modeling for Appointment No-show in Community Health Centers
I. Mohammadi, IU School of Informatics and Computing; A. Turkcan, Northeastern University; T. Toscos, Parkview Research Center; H. Wu, IU School of Informatics and Computing; B. Doebbeling, Arizona State University, School for the Science of Healthcare Delivery

Apache Spark for the Analysis of High Frequency Neurointensive Care Unit Data: Preliminary Comparison of Scala vs. R
L. Moss, University of Glasgow; M. Shaw, I. Piper, C. Hawthorne, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; J. Kinsella, University of Glasgow

S2CR3UM: A Solution to the In Silico Relevance, Reliability & Reproducibility Conundrum
S. Putney, A. White, J. Hajagos, J. Saltz, J. Almeida, M. Saltz, Stony Brook Medicine

Topic Visualization of Online Cancer Discussion Forums
J. Qu, A. Chen, University of Washington

Comprehensive Evaluation of Univariate and Multivariate Distributions for Machine Learning With Microbiome Data
A. Shojaee Bakhtiari, A. Alekseyenko, Medical University of South Carolina

Contrasting Autism Subgroup Genotypes using Frequent Pattern Mining
M. Spencer, C. Shyu, University of Missouri

Medication Recommendation for Chronic Diseases with Comorbidities Using Electronic Medical Records
L. Wang, University of Utah/Intermountain Healthcare; P. Haug, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah

Effect of Alcohol Prohibition on Drug-related Mortality
J. Woodward, R. Hylock, Q. Wu, X. Zeng, East Carolina University

Tuesday, November 15

Mining EMR Data to Hypothesize Causal Associations for Depressive Disorders
O. Abar, R. Kavuluru, University of Kentucky

Approaches for Using Temporal and Other Filters for Next Generation Phenotype Discovery
D. Albers, A. Perotte, G. Hripcsak, Columbia University

An Outcome-weighted Network Model for Quantifying and Measuring Collaboration in a Hospital Cardiology Unit
M. Carson, D. Scholtens, C. Frailey, S. Gravenor, E. Powell, A. Wang, G. Kricke, F. Ahmad, R. Mutharasan, N. Soulakis, Northwestern University

A Maximum Entropy Model of Follow-up: Using Cancer Registry and Insurance Data to Identify Encounters for Breast Cancer Surveillance
K. Egan, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; G. Lyman, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/University of Washington; K. Kreizenbeck, C. Fedorenko, A. Alfiler, H. Noble, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; T. Kusnir-Wong, A. Mohedano, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance; F. Stewart, B. Greer, University of Washington/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance; S. Ramsey, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/University of Washington

Developing a Predictive Model for Discharge Delay in the Post-anesthesia Care Unit
R. Gabriel, J. Kim, L. Ohno-Machado, University of California, San Diego

The Impact of Emergency Department Census on the Decision to Admit
J. Gorski, R. Batt, E. Otles, M. Shah, A. Hamedani, B. Patterson, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Optimization Engine to Build Operating Room Block Schedules
P. Gupta, E. Kwan, J. Oliveira, A. Sidhu, G. Soto-Campos, ConvergeHealth by Deloitte

Exploratory Analysis of Marketing Vs. Non-marketing Tweets on E-cigarettes
S. Han, R. Kavuluru, University of Kentucky

Applying Machine Learning Methods to Predict Activities of Daily Living for Cancer Patients
H. Min, T. Oz, S. Vukomanovic, H. Mobahi, K. Irvin, I. Krasniqi, J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University

Characterizing the Fever Effect in Autism Spectrum Disorder
E. Muller, Ben Gurion University; A. Eran, Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital/Ben Gurion University; D. Agniel, Harvard Medical School; I. Kohane, Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital; E. Bachmat, Ben Gurion University

Investigation of Clinical Process Visualization using EMR Data in Clinics
K. Nakajima, S. Tamura, S. Hayamizu, Gifu University; T. Ichinomiya, Y. Kinosada, Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine

Never-ending Medical Learning
D. Talbert, W. Eberle, Tennessee Tech University; M. Liu, University of Kansas Medical Center

Cajun Codefest 4.0 on SMART-on-FHIR apps for Diabetes
K. Wagholikar, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University/Harvard Medical School; R. Jain, E. Oliveira, Louisiana Public Health Institute; H. Chu, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; H. Shah, Persistent Systems; J. Mandel, Boston Childrens; J. Klann, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University; S. Rao, Ochsner Health System; K. Mandl, Boston Childrens; S. Murphy, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University; T. Carton, Louisiana Public Health Institute

Global eHealth

Posters will 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 14

Proactive Patient Management Worksheets: An Opportunity to Support Clinical Care While Addressing Increasingly Complex Reporting Requirements 
J. Maitland, Populus Global Solutions Inc.; N. Largaespada Beer, Ministry of Health Belize; J. Rutter, J. Beairsto, I. Macneil, C. Kilburn, Populus Global Solutions Inc.; I. Smith , Ministry of Health Belize 

Mobile Maternal Health Applications in Developing Countries 
Y. Quintana, Harvard; J. McWhirter, University of Guelph; M. Somai, Harvard; M. Hacker, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 

Tuesday, November 15

Smartphones’-OS Apps and Medical Disciplines serving Mobile Health 
B. Spyropoulos, Technological Education Institute (TEI) of Athens/University of Athens; M. Bania, E. Mathe, S. Miloulis, G. Tziokas, K. Proestos, G. Iliana, E. Kapernaros, University of Athens 

Human-computer Interaction and Human Factors 

Posters will highlight compelling designs, usability, innovative interactive technologies, and studies that improve our understanding of social, organizational, and human elements of health technologies.

Monday, November 14

An Examination of Provider Satisfaction with Telemedicine
R. Garcia, O. Adelakun, DePaul University

Using Familiar Concepts to Elicit Technology Design Insights
A. Jeffery, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs/Vanderbilt University; L. Mion, L. Novak, Vanderbilt University

Integrating Usability Engineering into System Testing and Implementation: A Multi-phased Approach to Ensure System Usability and Safety
A. Kushniruk, E. Borycki, University of Victoria

Designing Avatars to Assist with Self-care for Overweight and Obese Adolescents
C. LeRouge, S. Sangameswaran, University of Washington; T. Malasanos, Kiwee Health LLC

Exploring the Patient Perspective on Access, Interpretation, and Use of Test Results from Patient Portals
D. Nystrom, T. Giardina, J. Baldwin, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine; D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Science Center; H. Singh, Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine

Cues for VTE Diagnosis in the Emergency Department: A Sociotechnical Systems Approach for Clinical Decision Support
B. Patterson, E. Otles, A. Hundt, P. Hoonakker, P. Carayon, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Usability of a Provider-facing Breast Cancer Prevention Toolbox
J. Price, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

Redesigning Chart Rounds in Radiation Oncology
A. Rule, E. Gillespie, N. Weibel, T. Pawlicki, UC San Diego

Operationalizing Best Practice for First Follow-up Visit after Discharge from a Well-baby Nursery
M. Totzke, 3M Health Information Systems; C. Staes, J. Shakib, University of Utah

Structured Information Displays for the Comparison of Clinical Trials
P. Unni, J. Bian, C. Weir, G. Del Fiol, University of Utah

Tuesday, November 15

Lessons Learned from Adopting RTLS-based Asset Tracking System in a Tertiary Hospital
H. Baek, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital

Toward Honoring the Values of Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions: Insights from a Field Study
A. Berry, C. Lim, T. Hirsch, University of Washington; A. Hartzler, E. Wagner, E. Ludman, J. Ralston, Group Health Research Institute

A Systematic Review of The Types And Causes Of Prescribing Errors Generated From Using Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems in Primary and Secondary Care
C. Brown, The University of Durham/Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust; H. Mulcaster, K. Trifftitt, The University of Durham; D. Sittig, The University of Texas Health Science Center; J. Ash, Oregon Health & Science University; K. Reygate, Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex; A. Husband, The University of Durham; D. Bates, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Harvard School of Public Health; S. Slight, The University of Durham/Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust/Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Comparison of Emergency Department Throughput Visualizations
S. Gantela, T. Johnson, The University of Texas Health Science Center; N. Okafor, Memorial Hermann Health System/The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; D. Robinson, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; B. King, Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children; A. Mehta, N. Hoot, C. Maddow, V. Nguyen, A. Rubio, A. Franklin, The University of Texas Health Science Center

Selecting Health Insurance Coverage: Can Complexity and Context Be Used to Manipulate Choices?
M. Kolotylo, M. Tremblay, Florida International University

Participants’ View on Picture Taking in a Behavior Change Intervention
P. Kuo, M. Horn, Northwestern University

Expert Interpretations of Prostate Cancer Quality-of-Life Survey Results
S. Mikles, University of Washinton; A. Hartzler, Group Health Cooperative Research Institute; T. Skolarus, University of Michigan; J. Gore, University of Washington

All Alerts are Not Created Equal: A Study of Differences in User Perceptions of Drug-drug and Drug-allergy Interaction Alerts
P. Neri, Partners HealthCare System, Inc.; E. Burdick, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Bates, Partners HealthCare System, Inc./Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School; S. Phansalkar, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Wolters Kluwer Health

Developing Standards for Usability in Electronic Health Records: Challenges and Opportunities
M. Rocca, Food and Drug Administration; R. Meehan, Kent University; C. Johnson, Duke University; J. Ritter, Health Level Seven; G. Dickinson, CentriHealth; K. Kelly, UCLA Health; L. Barrett, Duke University; E. Budreau, EPIC

Leveraging the Electronic Health Record to Investigate Medication Safety Incidents
A. Russ, Department of Veterans Affairs/Center for Health Information and Communication/Regenstrief Institute Inc/Indiana University Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research/Purdue University; L. Militello, Applied Decision Science; P. Glassman, Department of Veterans Affairs, Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System; K. Arthur, Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center; A. Zillich, Purdue University; M. Weiner, Department of Veterans Affairs/Center for Health Information and Communication/Regenstrief Institute Inc/Indiana University Center for Health Services and Outcomes Research

A Comparative Model of Participatory User Centered Design Methods (pUCD) for Adolescent Health Technologies
S. Sangameswaran, C. LeRouge, A. Turner, University of Washington; T. Malasanos, Kiwee Health LLC

Usability Evaluation of an Evidence-based Dental Patient Case Simulator
K. Schwei, Institute for Oral and Systemic Health; K. Thomas, Biomedical Informatics Research Center; V. Thirumalai, C. Enstad, K. Johnson, HealthPartners Institute; A. Schmidt, HealthPartners Dental Group; O. Godlevsky, N. Johnson, W. Rush, HealthPartners Institute; A. Acharya, Institute for Oral and Systemic Health/Biomedical Informatics Research Center

Imaging Informatics

Posters will 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 14

Three-dimension (3D) Blood Vessel Reconstruction and Spatial Analytics with Whole-slide Histological Images
Y. Liang, Stony Brook University; J. Kong, Emory University; F. Wang, Stony Brook University 

Tuesday, November 15

TransformDB: A Data Management System for Multimodal Imaging Data 
K. Helmer, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School; Q. Wang, G. Warner, Massachusetts General Hospital

Informatics Education and Workforce Development

Posters will 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. Other topics will include certification and accreditation efforts.

Monday, November 14

Designing an Evaluation Methods Course in Health Informatics
J. Ancker, S. Johnson, Weill Cornell Medical College

Pre and Post Knowledge Self-assessment: Analysis of Students in an Introduction to Health Informatics Course
S. Boren, I. Zachary, University of Missouri

Extending Informatics Education to Home Care
G. Casper, P. Jarzemsky, J. Athanas, P. Brennan, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Towards the Creation of a Novel Career-based Health Informatics (HI) Curriculum Assessment Instrument: Mapping HI Job Competencies to HI Curriculum Competencies
A. Kulanthaivel, E. Zhang, S. Katta, J. Jones, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

Reading Leadership: Improving Participation in an Introduction to Health Informatics Course
I. Zachary, S. Boren, University of Missouri

Tuesday, November 15

Assessing Healthcare Workforce Training Needs for Health Information Technology-enabled Healthcare Transformation
R. David, M. Moy, V. Lorenzi, A. Flatgard, A. Lee, Columbia University; B. Forman, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University; L. Appert, J. Ringler, Columbia University; G. Kuperman, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University; V. Tiase, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; R. Kukafka, Columbia University

Web Delivery of Team Based Learning Components
R. Lindquist, UConn Medical School

A Literature Review of The Approaches Used to Train Qualified Prescribers to Use Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems
S. Slight, The University of Durham/Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust/ Brigham and Women’s Hospital; K. Reygate, Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex; A. Slee, NHS England; J. Coleman, S. Pontefract, University of Birmingham; D. Bates, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School/Harvard School of Public Health; A. Husband, The University of Durham; N. Watson, Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust; C. Brown, The University of Durham/Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust

A Gap Analysis of Competencies and Curriculum in Host-Site Projects of a Field-Based Informatics Fellowship
Laura H. Franzke, Sridhar R. Papagari Sangareddy, Regina Bess, Herman Tolentino, Brenna Baccaro

An Integration of Cooperative Learning into Undergraduate Medical Informatics Class with Service Learning Components
J. Zhou, D. Wei, Stockton University

Informatics in Health Professional Education

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

Monday, November 14

Simplifying PheWAS Analysis: An R Package and Teaching Module
E. Kawaler, Y. Aphinyanaphongs, NYU

Tuesday, November 15

Mobile Interactive Case Simulation Tools to Assist Health Care Providers in Clinical Decisions
M. Barbosu, M. Demment, S. McIntosh, University of Rochester; T. David, University of Rochester School of Nursing; J. Perez-Ramos, T. Doll, University of Rochester; B. Aladin/New York State Department of Health; C. Smith, New York State Department of Health; T. Dye, University of Rochester

Developing an Automated Report Card for Addiction Counseling: The Counselor Observer Ratings Expert for MI (CORE-MI)
T. Hirsch, G. Gray, University of Washington; J. Gibson, S. Narayanan, University of Southern California; Z. Imel, University of Utah; D. Atkins, University of Washington

Informatics in the International Medical School Curriculum: A Pilot Survey
A. Opalek, S. Leng, D. McKinley, FAIMER

Healthcare Providers’ Usage of an Interactive Case Simulation Tool for HIV Patient Mental Health Screening in a Statewide Clinical Education Program
D. Wang, Arizona State University

Mobile Health

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

Monday, November 14

Using Data Analytics to Improve Wheelchair User Autonomy and Safety
D. Curtis, R. Song, MIT

A Conjoint Survey to Select Potential Features of a Technology Based Self-management Intervention for Hispanic Adults with Type 2 Diabetes
B. Gibson, A. Sanchez-Birkhead, E. Amador, N. Allen, University of Utah

Assessing the Impact of Mobile-based Intervention on Health Literacy Among Pregnant Women in Urban India
A. Hegde, ARMMAN; R. Doshi, University of Connecticut

Developing A Mobile Application to Improve Diabetic Patients’ Self-care Behaviors: A Functionality Analysis
M. Kim, Q. Ye, U. Khan, S. Boren, University of Missouri

MagnoMath: Mobile Application for Identifying Dyscalculia Symptoms Related to Magnocellular Reasoning
G. Knudsen, University of Bergen; A. Babic, University of Bergen/Linköping University

In Patient Usability Testing Results of a Patient-centered Postoperative Wound Surveillance Smart Phone App Utilizing Digital Photographs
A. Mahnke, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation; R. Gunther, S. Fernandes-Taylor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; K. Thomas, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation

Pilot Evaluation of a Mobile Application to Reduce Congestive Heart Failure Readmission: The HealthPal Project
M. Singhee, R. Padman, Carnegie Mellon University; S. Iyengar, Texas A&M University; D. Gartner, University of Cardiff; R. Monte, A. Ketterer, B. Scott, A. Baiocchi, Veterans Engineering Resource Center/VA Pittsburgh Health System

Tuesday, November 15

Evaluation of Safety Heuristics Applied to a Mobile Medication Reconciliation Application
E. Borycki, A. Kushniruk, University of Victoria

Card Sorting of Symptom Self-management Strategies to Inform the Development of a mHealth App in Underserved Persons Living with HIV
H. Cho, L. Milian, R. Schnall, Columbia University

Development of Mobile Application System to Detect Pathological Smartphone Use and Smartphone Addiction
I. Choi, The Catholic University of Korea

A Single-item Stress Scale for mHealth Interventions
W. Choi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; S. Pagoto, E. Boudreaux, University of Massachusetts Medical School; B. Tulu, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

The Use of a mHealth Decision Tree Support Program for Epinephrine Auto-injector (EAI) Administration Training of Adolescents
J. Gallagher, R. Rivera, A. Chiu, Medical College of Wisconsin; T. Roushan, G. Ahsan, Marquette University; C. Wen, University of Southern California; C. Eldredge, Medical College of Wisconsin; S. Ahamed, Marquette University

Review of Existing Mobile Apps to Support Symptom Management for Adults with Heart Failure Using the Mobile Application Rating Scale
R. Masterson Creber, G. Hiraldo, M. Reading, S. Iribarren, Columbia University

Qualitative Assessment of Women’s Attitudes Towards a Tracking App for Phenotyping Endometriosis
M. McKillop, Columbia University; T. Seckin, Endometriosis Foundation of America; N. Elhadad, Columbia University

Supporting and Engaging Women Veterans Through Social Media: Informational vs. Emotional Support for Health Issues
L. Nguyen, P. Nambisan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Diabetes Self-management Applications: Focus Group Findings from Elderly Diabetic Patients
Q. Ye, S. Boren, U. Khan, M. Kim, University of Missouri

NLP, Information Extraction and Retrieval

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

Monday, November 14

Identifying Discrepancies in Diabetes and Diabetic Foot Ulcer ICD-9 Codes via Administrative Data in a Veteran Population
L. Allen, E. Njoh, G. Powell-Cope, T. Bulat, D. Finch, James A. Haley VA Hospital

GWAS Finder: Search Engine for GWAS Datasets in Biomedical Literature
X. Dong, Y. Zhang, H. Xu, University of Texas Health Science Center

Why is Natural Language Processing So Difficult to Generalize?
J. Ferraro, P. Haug, Intermountain Healthcare/University of Utah; M. Wagner, University of Pittsburgh

Number of Patients Included in Randomized Controlled Trials Versus Observational Studies in Three Reference Journals over 20 Years
G. Ficheur, D. Schlegel, P. Elkin, University at Buffalo

Using Machine Learning to Improve Sentence Detection
D. Finch, S. Luther, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital

VIP: A Framework for Mining Clinical Concepts using Knowledge Author Ontologies and Apache UIMA
T. Ginter, L. De Silva, O. Patterson, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah; W. Scuba, University of Utah; W. Chapman, S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah

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

A Mockup Interface for Searching Similar Patients Using Temporal Patterns
Y. Huang, University of California, San Diego

Drug-drug Interaction Detection with A Topic-modeling Based Framework Augmented with Distant-supervision
D. Li, Mayo Clinic; S. Liu, University at Buffalo; M. Rastegar-Mojarad, Y. Wang, Mayo Clinic; V. Chaudhary, University at Buffalo; T. Therneau, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Using Results of Statistical Text Mining in Big Data Analysis
S. Luther, J. McCart, D. Finch, L. Bouayad, W. Lapcevic, M. Matheny, James A. Haley Veterans Hospital

A Characterization of Emotional Valence to Support Review of Free-text Press-ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey Responses
D. Mowery, University of Utah; K. Doing-Harris, Westminster College; W. Chapman, C. Daniels, M. Conway, University of Utah

Annotating Patient Smoking Status from Electronic Dental Record Histories
J. Patel, Indiana University School of Dentistry/Indiana university Purdue University Indianapolis; Z. Siddiqui, Indiana University School of Dentistry; D. Mowery, University of Utah; T. Thyvalikakath, Indiana University School of Dentistry

Evaluation of UMLS Term Coverage for Echocardiogram Measures
O. Patterson, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah; M. Freiberg, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; C. Brandt, Connecticut VA Healthcare System/Yale University; S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah

Use of Free-text Clinical Reports for Prediction of 30-day Psychiatric Readmissions
J. Posada, University of Pittsburgh/Universidad Autonoma del Caribe; L. Shi, Y. Ye, F. Ghinassi, N. Ryan, University of Pittsburgh; H. Harkema, Nuance Communications; R. Tsui, University of Pittsburgh

Improving Pain Assessment in Medical Intensive Care Unit Through Natural Language Processing
D. Redd, Q. Zeng, George Washington University/VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; C. Brandt, K. Akgün, VA Connecticut Healthcare System/Yale University

Family History by Any Other Name: A Preliminary Comparison of Structured and Free-text Sources in the Electronic Health Record
P. Rosenau, University of Vermont College of Medicine/The University of Vermont Children's Hospital; D. Howard, University of Vermont College of Medicine; G. Melton, University of Minnesota; E. Chen, Brown University

Human Factors Analysis of Look-alike/Sound-alike Medication Errors
K. Smith, MedStar Health; A. Hettinger, MedStar Health/Georgetown University; A. Fong, MedStar Health; M. Amirshahi, Georgetown University/MedStar Washington Hospital Center; G. Tran, E. Savage, MedStar Health

Automated Extraction of Disease Activity Component Measures From Electronic Medical Records Using Natural Language Processing
B. South, University of Utah/VA Salt Lake City Health Care System; S. Mehortra, J. Leng, S. Lu, B. Sauer, G. Cannon, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System

Development of Test Topics for Cohort Identification
T. Timmons, S. Wu, W. Hersh, Oregon Health & Science University

Feature Engineering Alternatives for Natural Language Phenotype Classifiers
C. Turner, P. Anderson, A. Jacobs, C. Marques, College of Charleston; J. Obeid, Medical University of South Carolina

A Study of Active Learning for Document Selection in Clinical Named Entity Recognition
Q. Wei, University of Texas Health and Science Center; Y. Chen, Pieces Technologies Inc; S. Moon, T. Cohen, H. Xu, University of Texas Health and Science Center

Using the Hierarchical Structure of the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) for Automatic MeSH Term Assignment
W. Wei, Z. Ji, L. Ohno-Machado, UCSD

Restoring Line Breaks in Epic-derived Clinical notes
S. Wu, Oregon Health and Science University/Mayo Clinic; A. Sliter, M. Wang, T. Timmons, S. Bedrick, Oregon Health & Science University

What Can Neural Networks Learn from Unlabeled Clinical Narratives?
Y. Wu, J. Xu, Y. Zhang, H. Xu, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Using Topic Models to Analyze Concepts for New MeSH Terms
Z. Yu, T. Johnson, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Extracting Laboratory Eligibility Criteria Data Elements from IRB Protocols using Natural Language Processing
V. Zhu, E. Marshall, R. Alexander, S. Yesudhas, L. Lenert, Medical University of South Carolina

Evaluating Acceptability and Efficacy of Antidepressant Medications Using Patients’ Comments in Social Media
M. Zolnoori, T. Patrick, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; M. Conway, University of Utah; A. Faiola, Indiana University; J. Luo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tuesday, November 15

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/University of Utah; N. Bailey, Anolinx LLC; A. Wilson, Anolinx LLC/University of Utah; A. Kamauu, Anolinx LLC; S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah

On the Predictive Potential of Graph Patterns for Biomedical Relation Extraction
G. Bakal, S. Wallace, R. Kavuluru, University of Kentucky

Why Patients in Online Communities Report not Taking SSRIs
J. Cho, M. Shah, R. Girju, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Automatic Extraction of Maximum and Recommended Drug Dosage Information from DailyMed Database
L. De Silva, O. Patterson, S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System/University of Utah

Ranking PubMed Hits by Projection on an Axis of Words Having Varied Relevance to Search Intention
T. Hishiki, Toho University; T. Tamura, LINE Co., Ltd

Grammar Frequency and Simplification: When Intuition Fails
D. Kauchak, Pomona College; G. Leroy, University of Arizona; M. Just, Rutgers

Challenges and Triumphs: Developing an NLP Pipeline for Thyroid Ultrasound Reporting
R. Koralkar, E. LaRose, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation; Y. Song, University of Wisconsin Madison; D. Schneider, University of Wisconsin Clinical Science Center; P. Peissig, Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation

Reviewing Asthma-related Grey Literature and Personal Opinions on Twitter using LDA and CTM Clustering
G. Leroy, J. Koolippurackal, S. Swami, P. Harber, University of Arizona

A Comparison of ESpell and GSpell Spell-checker Tools
F. Liu, P. Fontelo, National Library of Medicine

Multiword Frequency Analysis Based on the MEDLINE N-gram Set
C. Lu, D. Tormey, L. McCreedy, A. Browne, NIH/NLM/MSC

Identifying Treatment Refusal Through Natural Language Processing
J. Martin, N. Ring, A. Kelley, J. Duke, Regenstrief Institute

Nanomedicine Entity Extraction
B. McInnes, R. Murphy, G. Jones, M. Hodson, T. Izadi, I. Jimenez, N. Lewinski, Virginia Commonwealth University

A Framework for Robust Information Extraction from Free Text Documents
F. Meng, UCLA; C. Morioka, VA Greater Los Angeles; J. Sayre, UCLA

Automated Dynamic Problem and Allergy Lists for Efficient Electronic Health Record Management
S. Meystre, University of Utah/Clinacuity, Inc.; J. Shao, University of Utah; G. Jones, University of Utah/Clinacuity, Inc.

Semantic Relatedness and Similarity between Biomedical Concepts
S. Moon, T. Cohen, H. Xu, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Resolving Hierarchical Ambiguity in Indexing Recommendations
J. Mork, D. Demner-Fushman, U.S. National Library of Medicine

Validation of an Automated Process for the Comparison of Nutrition Care with Evidence-based Nutrition Practice Guidelines (EBNPG)
W. Murphy, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; M. Yadrick, Computrition, Inc; R. Hand, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Systemic Identification of Analytes Tracked as Outcomes in RPM Clinical Trials
G. Prakash, CitiusTech Inc

Event Coreference in Support of Temporal Reasoning in Mental Health Notes
R. Reeves, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System/Vanderbilt University; M. Verhagen, Brandeis University; C. Brandt, West Haven VA Medical Center/Yale University School of Medicine; W. Chapman, Salt Lake City VA Medical Center/University of Utah School of Medicine; M. Matheny, S. Brown, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Vanderbilt University; B. Marx, VA Boston Healthcare System/Boston University School of Medicine; T. Speroff, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System

Towards Automatic Discovery of Genes Related to Human Placenta
L. Rodriguez, S. Morrison, K. Greenberg, D. Demner-Fushman, National Institutes of Health

Health Reform in Minnesota: An Analysis of Complementary Initiatives Implementing Electronic Health Record Technology and Care Coordination
K. Soderberg, Minnesota Department of Health; S. Rajamani, D. Wholey, University of Minnesota; M. LaVenture, Minnesota Department of Health

Temporal Annotation of Swedish Intensive Care Notes
S. Velupillai, Stockholm University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology; R. Weegar, M. Kvist, Stockholm University

A Part-of-Speech Weighting Scheme for Clinical Information Retrieval
Y. Wang, Mayo Clinic; S. Wu, Oregon Health & Science University; D. Li, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Improving the Workflow of Curbside Consultation by using Unstructured Clinical Notes – a Natural Language and Machine Learning-based Approach
W. Weng, Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital; A. Khatri, K. Wagholikar, A. Cohen, H. Chueh, Massachusetts General Hospital

Annotation of Tumor Reference Resolution and Tumor Characteristics for Cancer Liver Stage Prediction
W. Yim, T. Denman, S. Kwan, M. Yetisgen, University of Washington

Policy and Ethical Issues

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

Monday, November 14

Electronic Messaging During Patient Care Coordination
E. Green, J. Finnell, Regenstrief Institute; E. Webber, Indiana University Health

Are Boston Healthcare Center Websites Linguistically Accessible?
J. Rodriguez, S. Percac-Lima, Massachusetts General Hospital

Public Health Informatics and Biosurveillance

Posters will focus on leading-edge approaches to disease detection, communications, workforce development, standards and interoperability, and best practices to combine the domains of health information science and technology with the practice and science of public health.

Monday, November 14

Analysis of Heparin and Aspirin Administration on Acute Ischemic Stroke from International Stroke Trial (IST)
Y. Dang, S. Gajjala, C. Johnson, University of Texas at Health Science Center at Houston

Using Electronic Health Records to Create Morbidity Based Epidemiological Profiles: Closing the Local Morbidity Surveillance Gap in Public Health
B. Gawelek, C. Kippes, Cuyahoga County Board of Health; D. Kaelber, The MetroHealth System

Ontology-based Analysis of Adverse Drug Reactions Associated with Anti-infection Drugs in China
M. Li, Y. Cao, Jilin University; L. Wang, Jilin University/Mayo Clinic; H. Liu, Mayo Clinic; Y. He, University of Michigan Medical School

Discovering Community Resources to Support Emerging Models of Care
M. Millery, R. Kukafka, Columbia University

PubMed ‘Early Alerts’: Towards Better Precision of Literature Searching for Pharmacovigilance Information Based on an Assessment of Relevance Feedback
A. Ripple, National Library of Medicine (LHNCBC/NLM/NIH/DHHS); A. Sorbello, S. Haider, Food and Drug Administration/Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (OTS/CDER/FDA/DHHS); O. Bodenreider, National Library of Medicine (LHNCBC/NLM/NIH/DHHS)

Modifying a Case Report Form to Collect Anonymous and Consistent Data
E. White, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Collins, B. Rocha, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School; T. Read, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Maviglia, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School; J. Cobb, University of Southern California; R. Rocha, Brigham and Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Tuesday, November 15

Modeling Information Behaviour Over Time: A Colorectal Cancer Screening Case Study
C. Champion, G. Alvarez, University of Ottawa; E. Affleck, Government of the Northwest Territories; C. Kuziemsky, University of Ottawa

Methods to Measure and Improve the Quality of Large Scale Health Data: An Application in Public Health Surveillance
B. Dixon, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health/Regenstrief Institute, Inc./Department of Veterans Affairs; J. Duke, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; S. Grannis, Indiana University School of Medicine/Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Utilizing a State-level, Integrated, Discharge Database to Monitor the Trend in Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations for Congestive Heart Failure
R. Doshi, University of Connecticut; G. Matthews, Loyola University Chicago; G. Graham, Aetna Foundation; R. Aseltine, University of Connecticut Health Center

Big-data Method to Advance Public Health Informatics: Smarter Public Health Prevention System (SPHPS)
A. Jalali, D. Rahden, J. Heintz, University of Illinois at Chicago; G. Filla, J. DiNovi, DePaul University; E. Mensah, University of Illinois at Chicago

An Assessment Tool for Evaluating Shelters During Disasters
M. Nakayama, T. Ishii, Tohoku University Hospital

A Platform for Rapid Data Sharing and Visualization to Contribute Towards Future Epidemic Preparedness within Communities in Sierra Leone
N. Purswani, M. Pore, IBM Research Africa

Pediatric Inpatient Burden and Comorbidities of Bullous Pemphigoid in the United States
Z. Ren, Northwestern University

Terminology and Standards Ontologies

Posters will 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 14

Standardization of FDA Adverse Event Reporting System to the OHDSI Common Data Model
A. Averitt, A. Perotte, Columbia University

Identifying Missing Finding Site Relations in SNOMED CT
J. Bona, W. Ceusters, University at Buffalo

Interoperability Among Prenatal EHRs: A Formal Ontology Approach
F. Farinelli, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG)/University at Buffalo; M. Almeida, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG); P. Elkin, B. Smith, University at Buffalo

Application of Ontobedia on Cell Line Ontology Development
E. Ong, Y. He, University of Michigan

Use of an Interface Terminology for Evaluating Terminology Coverage for a Clinical Decision Support System
A. Weitkamp, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; S. Madani, MD Anderson Cancer Center; S. Rosenbloom, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Tuesday, November 15

Characterizing the Semantic Composition of the UMLS Metathesaurus Over Time
O. Bodenreider, L. Peters, National Library of Medicine

Documentation of Patient Strengths in Electronic Health Records
G. Gao, University of Minnesota

Bibliometric Analysis Can Identify Sources of Anomalies in Document Retrieval Relating to MeSH Structure and Indexing Patterns
K. McCain, Drexel University

The Importance of Well-defined Mapping Heuristics for Mapping Quality
H. Miller, C. Hoang, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; N. Stocks, Deloitte Consulting, LLP; T. Williams, Deloitte and Touche, LLP ; M. Ferramosca, Deloitte Consulting, LLP; P. Hawry, Deloitte and Touche, LLP

Auditing Tree-like Organ Systems in the FMA using Network Motifs
L. Wang, E. Grunblatt, M. Whipple, University of Washington

Translational Bioinformatics and Biomedicine

Posters will 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 14

Heteroscedastic Omics Data Analysis: Distance-based Multivariate Approach
A. Alekseyenko, Medical University of South Carolina

Complexity Reduction and Visualization of RDF Knowledge Networks for Precision Medicine
Z. Al-Taie, N. Thanintorn, I. Ersoy, R. Hammer, D. Xu, T. Joshi, D. Shin, University of Missouri-Columbia

Tuesday, November 15

NASA’s GeneLab: Phase I Results and Plans
D. Berrios, University of California, Santa Cruz/NASA Ames Research Center; J. Welch, H. Fogle, M. Skidmore, O. Marcu, NASA Ames Research Center

Towards Large-scale Predictive Drug Safety: A Computational Framework for Inferring Drug Interactions Through Similarity-based Link Prediction
A. Fokoue, P. Zhang, O. Hassanzadeh, M. Sadoghi, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Disease Connections at RGD
M. Shimoyama, S. Laulederkind, J. De Pons, M. Tutaj, V. Petri, G. Hayman, S. Wang, R. Nigam, J. Smith, J. Thota, O. Ghiasvand, M. Dwinell, Medical College of Wisconsin