AMIA 2017 Sessions Approved for MOC-II Credit

A total of 25.5 hours of MOC LLSA credit through the American Board of Preventive Medicine is available at the AMIA 2017 Annual Symposium:

Saturday, November 4

W01: Current and Emerging Issues for Public and Population Health Informatics
W02: Designing Gamified Applications for Empowering Patients
W04: CMIO Workshop
W05: Hopes and Challenges for Primary Care Informatics in the New Administration
W07: Data Mining for Medical Informatics (DMMI) – Causal Inference for Health Data Analytics
W09: Clinicians on FHIR: What Nurses Need Know
W10: Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability and Minimizing Patient Safety Risks
W11: Patient and Consumer Engagement in Health Information Technologies
W12: A Systematic Method for Identifying Data Attributes in Preparation for Information Visualization
W13: Effective Change Management Techniques for Health IT Implementation and Optimization

Sunday, November 5

W16: Promoting Ethical and Professional Responsibility in Biomedical Informatics Education
W17: Bayes'd and Confused
W18: FHIR -- Implementing the HL7 Interoperability Platform: The Technology, Data Integration, and Business Model Development Across the Spectrum of Research, Patient Care, and Precision Medicine
W19: Introduction to LOINC, the Global Vocabulary for Identifying Health Measurements, Observations, and Documents
W20: A Practical Introduction to Deep Learning Methods in Python
W21: An Introduction to Natural Language Processing Methods and Applications in Clinical Research and Operations
S01: Oral Presentations - Continuous Use of EHR data
S02: Oral Presentations - Improving Imaging Decisions
S03: Oral Presentations - Informatics Insights for Clinical Documentation
S04: Oral Presentations - Technologies to Engage Consumers in Information Management
S05: Oral Presentations - NLP for Population Health Surveillance
S06: Panel - The Personal Journey: Informatics From the Patient Perspective
S07: Panel - Clinical NLP in Languages Other Than English
S08: Panel - Optimizing Patient Care through Clinical Decision Support: Call to Action by the National Academy of Medicine
S09: Panel - Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) and the Application of Metadata
S10: System Demonstrations - Systems to Support Population Health

Monday, November 6

S12: Oral Presentations - Applied Clinical Decision Support
S13: Oral Presentations - Health Monitoring Across EHRs and Registries
S14: Oral Presentations - Evaluating SNOMED-CT and Its Use to Achieve Semantic Interoperability
S15: Oral Presentations - Information Needs and Information Seeking Behavior
S16: Oral Presentations - Sub-language and Multi-lingual NLP
S17: Panel - A Spoonful of Structure Helps the Workload Go Down: Modeling Clinical Cognition in Inpatient Documentation Tools
S18: Panel - Engaging Patients with Health Technologies to Improve Quality of Care and to Reduce Preventable Harm
S19: Panel - "My work will surely speak for itself:" Visibility, Networking, and Self Promotion in Informatics
S21: System Demonstrations - Data Mining and Data Science
S22: Clinical Informatics Year in Review
S23: Oral Presentation - Methods for Identification, Classification, and Association using EHR Data
S24: Oral Presentation - Clinically Meaningful Clustering
S25: Oral Presentation - The Promises and Pitfalls of Mining Social Determinant Data from EHR and HIE Systems
S26: Oral Presentation - Applications of Informatics from Around the World
S27: Panel - Big Data in the Intensive Care Unit
S28: Panel - Getting Hooked on CDS: Toward an Open Standard Architecture for Clinical Decision Support in Leading Electronic Medical Records
S30: Panel - Innovation in Workflow Methods for Consumer Health Informatics
S31: Panel - Clinical Decision Support in the Era of Precision Medicine
S32: System Demonstrations - Integrated Systems to Support Clinical Research
S34: Oral Presentations - Patient Reported Data and Outcomes
S35: Oral Presentations - Privacy & Deidentification
S36: Oral Presentations - Predictive Analytics for Complex Conditions
S37: Oral Presentation - Health Information of and by the Masses
S38: Oral Presentation - Innovative Applications of Data Visualization in Healthcare
S40: Panel - Successes and Challenges in Developing and Implementing Electronic Informed Consent Tools for Research
S41: Panel - The Jordan Experience: The VistA Experience
S42: Panel - The Best of Imaging Informatics Research 2017
S43: System Demonstrations - Systems to Automate Information Extraction
S45: Oral Presentations - Innovations to Support Clinical and Population Research
S46: Oral Presentations - Omics
S47: Oral Presentations - Improving Population Health Using Novel Data Sources
S48: Oral Presentations - Mining the EHR for Healthcare Quality
S49: Oral Presentations - Innovations in Nursing and Big Data
S53: Panel - Latin American e-Health Programs and WHO/PAHO Planning Toolkit
S54: System Demonstrations - Systems for Knowledge Representation

Tuesday, November 7

S56: Oral Presentations - Innovations in Consumer Health Informatics
S57: Oral Presentations - Informatics to Reduce Disparities in Vulnerable Health Populations
S58: Oral Presentations - Applications of Informatics to Improve Patient Safety
S59: Oral Presentations - Designing and Evaluating User Interfaces in Healthcare
S60: Oral Presentations - Terminology Quality Evaluation
S61: Panel - Can the Clinical Information Modeling Initiative (CIMI) Enable the Semantic Interoperability Promise of Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)?
S62: Panel - The PCORnet Learning Cycle
S63: Panel - PCMEDICS: Peace Corps' Home-Grown EMR
S64: Panel - Enabling Knowledge-Driven Care at Scale through CDS Hooks and the FHIR Clinical Reasoning Module
S65: Panel - 20 Years of Digital Pathology - An Overview of the Road Travelled and What is on the Horizon
S67: Oral Presentations - Informatics Methods to Support the Management of Health Systems
S68: Oral Presentations - Machine Learning & Neural Networks
S69: Oral Presentations - Advances in Workflow Analysis
S70: Oral Presentations - Knowledge Modeling, Management, and Assessment
S71: Oral Presentations - Clinical Trials
S73: Panel - A Structured Approach to Measuring Individual Nurses Contribution in Patient Outcomes
S74: Panel - Are EHRs "Overloading" Health Professionals? Issues, Advances and New Directions from Cognitive Science and Usability Engineering
S75: Panel - Participatory Health Informatics for Data-Driven Precision Medicine
S76: System Demonstrations - Tools for Genomics and Precision Medicine
S78: Oral Presentations - Data and Conceptual Models to Support Precision Health, eHealth Readiness and Data Access
S79: Oral Presentations - Tools for Measuring Data Quality in EHR Systems
S80: Oral Presentations - Patient Centered Care and Care Transitions
S81: Oral Presentations - Design and Development of mHealth Applications
S83: Panel - And Now for Something Completely Different: Successful Career Transformations in Biomedical and Health Informatics
S84: Panel - Design and Implementation of a Structured Sequencing Report Format: A Multi-Stakeholder Perspective from eMERGE
S85: Panel - Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health: Fundamental Informatics Challenges for Enriching Health IT Systems
S86: Panel - The State of Interoperability and Health Information Exchange: Advancing Steadily or Treading Water?
S87: System Demonstrations - Systems for Knowledge Management
S89: Oral Presentations - Leveraging Informatics to Improve Surveillance of Disease and Events in Health Systems
S90: Oral Presentations - New Methods and Tools to Support Decision-Making
S91: Oral Presentations - Precision Medicine
S92: Oral Presentations - Extracting and Classifying Knowledge from Text
S93: Oral Presentations - New Technologies for Chronic Care Management
S95: Panel - Redesigning the "Choice Architecture" of the EHR to Improve Medical Decision Making
S96: Panel - The Impact of Human Microbiome on Precision Medicine
S97: Panel - Evaluating Impacts of Patient-facing eHealth Technologies: Connected Care in the Veterans Health Administration
S98: Panel - Social Determinants of Health: Applied Informatics Approaches Incorporating Context into Care

Wednesday, November 8

S100: Oral Presentations - Generating and Auditing Clinical Code Sets
S101: Oral Presentations - mHealth Applications to Support Data Capture and Consumer Engagement
S102: Oral Presentations - Clinical Systems Implementation
S103: Oral Presentations - Innovations in Information Retrieval
S105: Oral Presentations - Enhanced Cohort Identification and Retrieval
S106: Oral Presentations - Innovative Methods for Drug Repositioning, Rare Diseases, and Adverse Events
S107: Panel - Clinical Informatics in Medical Education: Innovations from the AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Initiative
S109: Panel - Advancing Electronic Case Reporting (eCR) to Enable Public Health Disease Control and Emergency Response: Getting into the Technical Weeds!
S110: System Demonstrations - Tools for Clinical and Public Health Learning
S111: Oral Presentations - Examining User Needs and the Usability of Clinical Information Systems
S112: Oral Presentations - New Technologies for Clinical Care Management
S113: Oral Presentations - Methods for Inferring or Learning Clinician Behavior using Data Captured in EHR Systems
S114: Oral Presentations - Methods for Developing Clinical Phenotypes
S115: Oral Presentations - Implementing and Using Interoperability/HIE for Population Health
S116: Oral Presentations - Methods for Enhancing Public Health Surveillance with EHR Data
S117: Oral Presentations - Acute Setting Predictive Analytics
S118: Oral Presentations - Detecting and Examining Patterns in Data: Applications for Combating Opioid Abuse and Adverse Events
S119: Panel - Opportunities and Challenges for Development, Implementation, and Investigation of Acute Care Patient Portals (ACPP): Recommendations from the ACPP Task Force
S120: Panel - Problem List 2.0
S121: Panel - Accelerating Evidence Into Practice: AHRQ's Clinical Decision Support Initiative