AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium Posters

5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Poster Session I

Design and Evaluation of a Decision Support Risk Calculator for Radiotherapy for Older Women with Early-stage Breast Cancer
S. Wang, F. Abujarad, Yale School of Medicine

mHealth Tool for Patient-Centered Informed Consent
F. Abujarad, Yale School of Medicine

Completeness and Concordance in Electronic Health Record (EHR) Documentation of Chemotherapy-induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV) in Pediatric Cancer
M. Beauchemin, R. Schnall, C. Weng, Columbia University

Developing a Performance Matrix for Multidisciplinary Teams
Y. Liu, Western Sydney Local Health District; J. Callister, T. Kwan, The University of Sydney, Western Sydney Local Health District; S. Poon, The University of Sydney; L. Evans, P. Harnett, Western Sydney Local Health District

Immune-related Adverse Events of Checkpoint Inhibitors
P. Fontelo, F. Liu, National Library of Medicine

mHealth for Weight Management Among Breast Cancer Survivors from Vulnerable Populations
M. Foster, U.S Department of Veteran Affairs; L. Oshry, L. Quintiliani, Boston University

Initial Usage Patterns of a SMART-on-FHIR Point-of-Care Platelet Transfusion Optimization Application
W. Gordon, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Partners HealthCare; M. Aguad, H. Appello, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Aronson, M. Oates, R. Dela Paz, Partners HealthCare; J. Baronas, Brigham and Women's Hospital; I. Guleria, R. Kaufman, E. Milford, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; M. Yeung, W. Lane, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Researchers’ Perspectives on Symptoms related to Cancer Pain: A Network Analysis of Literatures
J. Guo, C. Radloff, S. Beck, G. Donaldson, W. Chapman, K. Sward, University of Utah; L. Frey, Medical University of South Carolina

Semantic Representations of Multi-modal Data, NeuroInformatic Processing Pipelines, and Derived Neuroimaging Results in the Arkansas Image Enterprise System (ARIES)
A. Kemp, J. Bona, T. Nolan, L. Larson-Prior, T. Virmani, L. Pillai, M. Brochhausen, L. Tarbox, F. Prior, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Developing Computational Phenotyping Algorithm to Classify Lung Cancer Stages Using Common Data Elements
M. Kim, Harvard School of Public Health; S. Park, University of Ulsan College of Medicine; Y. Park, Yonsei University College of Medicine; W. Ji, S. Kim, J. Lee, H. Kim, C. Choi, University of Ulsan College of Medicine; M. Choo, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health; S. Hwang, Seoul National University Graduate School of Public Health

An Informatics Infrastructure for Remote Monitoring and Management of Symptoms in Cancer Patients
G. Kuperman, Y. Chiu, M. Rozenshteyn, M. Zablocki, C. Perry, A. Baldwin, A. Dhami, B. Simon, R. Daly, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Improving Clinical Decision Support System by Analyzing Prognostic Factors of Colorectal Cancer Stage IV Patients
H. Kwon, Y. Lee, J. Park, Gachon University; S. Sym, J. Baek, Gil Medical Center

One Size Does Not Fit All – Lessons Learned from Developing Algorithms for Decision Support for Symptom Management in Cancer Patients
D. Lobach, Klesis Healthcare; M. Cooley, B. Halpenny, J. Ligibel, A. Enzinger, J. Abrahm, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

An Analysis of Advance Directive Documentation at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
C. Michael, A. Desai, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences; G. Kuperman, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

HemOnc.org: Evaluation of Information Models for Cancer Therapy Representation
Z. Moldwin, UIC College of Pharmacy; H. Hochheiser, University of Pittsburgh; J. Warner, Vanderbilt University

Longitudinal Satisfaction with Information for Breast Reconstruction Patients
K. Nicklaus, The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; M. Bordes, J. Liu, D. Chopra, G. Reece, S. Hanson, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; M. Markey, The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

REDCap Linter 2.0
C. Perkins, P. Stetson, J. Philip, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Harmonizing Oncology Data from Multiple Institutions with the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership’s Common Data Model
J. Plasek, J. Weissert, K. Ravvaz, Advocate Aurora Health

A Modular Web Application Offers Flexibility and Adaptability to Cope with Frequent Structural Updates in Pathology Cancer Reporting
Z. Qu, Beaumont Health System; J. Jin, University of Michigan; K. Zhao, University of Illinois; E. Qu, NuoNuo Medical Informatics, LLC; K. Pieters, Beaumont Health System

Evaluating EHR Data Availability for Cancer Pain Research
C. Radloff, J. Guo, K. Sward, University of Utah

Extracting Disease Onset from Family History Comments in the Electronic Health Record using Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources
J. Shi, K. Kawamoto, W. Kohlmann, University of Utah, Huntsman Cancer Institute; D. Mowery, University of Pennsylvania; R. Bradshaw, S. Deep, W. Chapman, G. Del Fiol, University of Utah

OncoMX: an Integrated Cancer Mutation and Expression Knowledgebase for Biomarker Evaluation and Discovery
A. Bell, R. Mazumder, George Washington University; D. Crichton, NASA; V. Shanker, University of Delaware; F. Bastian, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, University of Lausanne; H. Dingerdissen, E. Holmes, R. Kahsay, S. Singleton, George Washington University; S. Gupta, A. Mahmood, University of Delaware; H. Kincaid, NASA; M. Robinson- Rechavi, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, University of Lausanne

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Mind the Gap: Revolutionizing the EHR Downtime Experience with an Interoperable Workflow Tool
P. Van Nieuwenhuizen, Perelman School of Medicine; J. Soegaard Ballester, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; P. Joshi, VAMC; S. Airan-Javia, Perelman School of Medicine

Using Resilience Engineering to Understand an EHR Transition
S. Anders, P. Sengstack, C. Reale, L. Novak, J. Harris, N. Lorenzi, E. Jashim, K. Unertl, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Differing Patterns in Frequency of Electronic Health Records Documentation Among Clinicians Following the Replacement of a Legacy EHR System
N. Apathy, J. Vest, N. Menachemi, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; J. Morea, Eskenazi Health; C. Harle, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Using Electronic Health Record Data to Identify Patients with Prediabetes
T. O’Byrne, M. Castro, C. Ngufor, Mayo Clinic; G. Simon, University of Minnesota; P. Caraballo, Mayo Clinic

Effective Use of Secure Text Paging for Subspecialty Consult Requests
C. Chu, D. Tuot, J. Duong, J. Harrison, R. Khanna, University of California San Francisco

Hospital Performance on Unsafe Medication Orders in the 2017-2018 CPOE Evaluation Tool
Z. Co, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Seger, L. Newmark, Partners Healthcare; M. Danforth, The Leapfrog Group; D. Classen, University of Utah; D. Bates, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Partners Healthcare, Harvard Medical School

Understanding Nothing: Interpreting Models Using Sparse Longitudinal Data
J. Ekstrum, N. Poczciwinski, B. Cropp, J. Coles, CUBRC, Inc.

Preliminary Chart Review for Natural Language Processing Development Among Electronic Health Records with Documentation of Marijuana Use
T. Feinberg, J. Goulet, A. Justice, S. Fodeh, L. Bastian, Yale University, VA Healthcare Connecticut; Q. Zeng, George Washington University; C. Brandt, Yale University, VA Healthcare Connecticut

Conversion of a Complex Legacy Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Decision Support System into Epic
B. Fung, E. Draper, J. Steckelberg, A. Virk, Mayo Clinic; S. Ausman, S. Lessard, Mayo Clinic Health System; A. Tande, L. Estes, Mayo Clinic

The Human Factors When Implementing Two-dimensional (2D) Vaccine Barcode Scanning in Clinical Settings
K. Gerlach, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Factors Influencing Telehealth Adoption in Critical Access Hospitals: Insights from a Demonstration
S. Haque, A. Banger, S. DeStephano, R. Rutledge, M. Romaire, RTI International

Application Programming Interfaces in Health Care: Findings from a Current-State Assessment
K. Heaney-Huls, P. Dullabh, L. Hovey, N. Rajendran, NORC at the University of Chicago; A. Wright, Harvard Medical School; D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Using Unsupervised Machine Learning Method to Define a New Normal for Body Temperature
F. Heath, M. Protsiv, S. Poole, J. Parsonnet, Stanford University

Duplicate Laboratory Testing in the Context of Patient Care Transitions
L. Sinvani, K. Finuf, M. Qiu, R. Pekmezaris, J. Horsky, Northwell Health

Neural Relation Extraction from Biomedical Literature
E. Shafieibavani, A. Jimeno Yepes, IBM Research Australia

Extracting the Effectiveness of Physical Activity Interventions from Abstracts
W. Gu, Y. Ke, S. Zhao, H. Kim, Duke University

The Effectiveness of Using Mobile EMR with Consultation Process in EMR
S. Kim, Sungkyunkwan University; K. Jung, Inha University School of Medicine; W. Cha, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine

MPath Non-NGS: Software for Analysis of Clinical Fragment and Qualitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Assays
S. Lachhander, J. Ziegler, S. Das, P. Salazar, N. Mensah, I. Rijo, L. Fernandez, L. Dong, D. Elezovic, A. Zehir, M. Arcila, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Towards a Learning Health System for Contraception Care: Representing Knowledge for Tailored Clinical Practice Feedback
Z. Landis-Lewis, V. Panicker, D. Lee, University of Michigan; M. Wetmore, R. Smith, M. Moniz, Program on Women's Healthcare Effectiveness Research

Using EHR Data to Evaluate CPOE Safety
A. Laurio, A. Dietz, J. Scott, Veterans Health Administration; D. Classen, University of Utah

Data Requirements for a Patient-centered Learning Health System
L. Lessard, University of Ottawa, Institut du Savoir Montfort - Recherche; A. Sauré, University of Ottawa; A. Grudniewicz, University of Ottawa, Institut du Savoir Montfort - Recherche, Bruyère Research Institute; W. Gardner, J. King, K. Pajer, S. Suntharalingam, M. Cheng, University of Ottawa, CHEO; W. Michalowski, R. Ménard-Grenier, University of Ottawa; D. Murphy, CHEO; E. Schipper, Parent’s Lifeline of Eastern Ontario

Clinical Informatics Course: Doctor of Medicine Student Perceptions
J. Liu, West China Hospital, Sichuan University; S. Liu, University of Utah; W. Wu, Tufts University; T. Zheng, West China Hospital, Sichuan University

Drug-drug Interaction Extraction via Transfer Learning
Y. Mao, K. Fung, D. Demner-Fushman, National Library of Medicine

SUPPORT-AF: Supporting Provider Prescribing of Oral Anticoagulant Therapy for AF with Anticoagulation Decision Support Using the Electronic Health Record
A. Amroze, Meyers Primary Care Institute; G. Manning, D. Buell, A. Kapoor, D. McManus, J. Mathew, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Nurses’ SNOMED CT and Physicians’ SNOMED CT Have Little Overlap in Terms
S. Mehta, M. Colon, Z. Warren, K. Dunn Lopez, A. Boyd, University of Illinois at Chicago

Adaptation of a Natural Language Processing Algorithm Following Implementation of a New Electronic Health Record
S. Moon, V. Kaggal, S. Sohn, H. Liu, R. Chaudhry, A. Arruda-Olson, Mayo Clinic

Measurement of Physician Burden in EHRs: A Systematic Literature Review
A. Moy, S. Collins Rossetti, Columbia University

Electronic Phenotyping of Patients with Heart Failure from a National Clinical Information Database
M. Nakayama, Tohoku University Hospital

Development and Assessment of Pharmacogenomic Clinical Decision Support for Thiopurine Methyltransferase Utilizing User-center Approach
K. Nguyen, VA Indianapolis, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Purdue University College of Pharmacy; H. Patel, VA Indianapolis; D. Haggstrom, Regenstrief Institute, Inc, VA Indianapolis; A. Zillich, Purdue University College of Pharmacy; T. Imperiale, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., VA Indianapolis; A. Russ, Purdue University College of Pharmacy, VA Indianapolis

Feasibility of Using Computerized Adaptive Testing To Capture Patient Reported Outcomes in an Outpatient Setting: A Pilot Evaluation of PROMIS-CAT in Neurosurgery
M. Bydon, K. Wolff, A. Goyal, M. Alvi, S. Goncalves, T. Paul, A. Biedermann, J. Kamath, C. Macken, A. Cheville, M. Nyman, Mayo Clinic

Using JATS and GraphML as a Standard Form for Clinical Practice Guidelines
M. Patriak, D. Schlegel, SUNY Oswego

Detecting and Mitigating Clinical Guideline Interactions in Multimorbidity Patients Using Computer-interpretable Guidelines and AEOLUS
A. Kogan, M. Peleg, University of Haifa; S. Tu, Stanford University

A Data-driven System for Defining Interoperable Semantic Models of Clinical Concepts Using HL7 FHIR Profiles: A Proposed Framework
K. Peterson, Mayo Clinic, University of Minnesota; H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Technology-mediated Adverse Events in Community and Primary Care
C. Recsky, University of British Columbia; L. Blackburn, A. Muniak, Vancouver Coastal Health; K. Rush, M. MacPhee, L. Currie, University of British Columbia

Promoting Trust, Standards, and Real-world Applications for Patient-centered Clinical Decision Support
J. Richardson, L. Marcial, RTI International; B. Middleton, Apervita, Inc.; K. Kawamoto, University of Utah; J. Osheroff, TMIT Consulting LLC; B. Lasater, B. Blumenfeld, RTI International

Towards Measuring Real-world vs. Theoretical Impact: Development of an Enhanced Method for Evaluating Health Information Exchange (HIE)
R. Rivera, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health; S. Rahurkar, The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center; B. Dixon, J. Vest, N. Menachemi, Y. Zhang, Indiana University School of Medicine, Fairbanks School of Public Health; J. Adler-Milstein, University of California San Francisco; T. Schleyer, Indiana University School of Medicine, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Mobilizing Million Hearts: Using Workflow Analysis in the Optimization of Clinical Decision Support Tools
R. Romero Barrientos, L. Stein, L. Schubel, C. Laccay, MedStar Health; M. Townsend, Centra Health; A. Hettinger, MedStar Health; K. Chaney, Office of the National Coordinator For Health Information Technology; K. Miller, MedStar Health

Retrospective Analysis of Electronic Health Records Reveals the Ineffectiveness of a Prescribing Intervention
L. Rost, E. Wright, University of Pittsburgh

Combining Forces for MRI Brain: Natural Language Processing of Radiology Reports with Structured Documentation
J. Rousseau, Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin; J. Rodriguez, J. Abrams, A. Liu, University of Texas at Austin; R. Bryan, Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin

Impact of EHR Usability on Provider Efficiency and Patient Safety in Non-Hospital Settings
G. Tusch, W. Sankey, R. Higbea, M. Vanderkooi, J. Cole, L. Warkoczeski, Grand Valley State University

National Working Group to Standardize the Identification of Sensitive Data Elements to Support Patient Privacy
M. Sharko, Weill Cornell Medical College; H. Galvin, Lahey Health; S. Kressly, Kressly Pediatrics; J. Schneider, UT Southwestern Medical Center; F. Bourgeois, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital; F. Yu, Arkansas Children's Hospital; M. Hong, L. Wilcox, Georgia Institute of Technology; J. Ancker, Weill Cornell Medical College

Identification of Latent Subtypes of Patients with Opioid Misuse
B. Sharma, M. Afshar, D. Dligach, R. Kanie, Loyola University Chicago; E. Salisbury-Afshar, N. Karnik, Rush University; C. Joyce, Loyola University Chicago

The Impact of Emotion on Medication Errors: A Text Mining Analysis Approach
A. Shibuya, Toyama Prefectural University; J. Misawa, R. Ichikawa, Y. Maeda, Nihon University School of Medicine; I. Ikeda, M. Koshida, Toyama Prefectural University; T. Hishiki, Toho University; Y. Kondo, Nihon University School of Medicine

Preventing Inpatient Hypoglycemia: A Predictive Model Built From Multi-center EHR Data
M. Simonov, S. Izucchi, F. Wilson, Yale School of Medicine

Applying SNOMED CT Concepts to CPT Codes: Enabling Consistent Queries for Health Services Researchers, and Specialty-specific and Visit-specific Views of Patient Information
N. Stone, C. Bean, T. Neal, DoD/VA Interagency Program Office; K. Stiller, U.S. Food and Drug Administration; D. Schmidt, U.S. Veterans Affairs; A. Holdaway, U.S Department of Defense; L. Thompson, U.S Department of Defense /VA Interagency Program Office

Initial Findings of Embedding Safety Alerts in a Psychiatric Electronic Health Record System
G. Strudwick, J. Paterson, J. Fernandes, K. Hunter, S. Hubert, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

EHR Workflow Integration Using Watson for Oncology in Colorectal Cancer: Time-effectiveness and Information-comprehensiveness
C. Chen, Taipei Medical University, Taipei Municipal Wanfang Hospital, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics, TMU; Y. Li, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics, TMU, Taipei Medical University; A. Preininger, Y. Arriaga, S. Wang, M. Solomon, C. Bagwe,; G. Jackson, IBM Watson Health; S. Syed-Abdul, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Informatics, TMU, Taipei Medical University

Refinement of Underutilized Health Technology Tools Through Usability Studies
T. Taft, C. Norlin, H. Kramer, C. Weir, University of Utah

Privacy-preserving and non-intrusive Video Recognition Technique to Count the Number of Patient Room Visits During Patient Deterioration: A Simulation Study
A. Tafti, E. Cubro, H. Liu, B. Pickering, V. Herasevich, Mayo Clinic

Mount Sinai Health System Strategy for Conducting Electronic Health Record Use Optimization to Decrease Physician Frustration and Burnout
C. Tenore, B. Darrow, F. Callipari, C. Craven, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai Health System; M. Procino, Mount Sinai Health System; J. Kannry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai Health System

From User Experience to Digital Health Adoption (UXA): A Synthesized Framework to Guide Nursing Science
D. Tolentino, S. Gephart, University of Arizona

Addressing the Challenges of Telemedicine Implementation Using a Critical Success Model Approach
B. Tulu, Worcester Polytechnic University; C. LeRouge, Florida International University; N. King, Khalifa University; S. Dharanikota, Florida International University

Initial Phase of Developing a Model to Predict Unplanned Readmissions in the Australian Private Healthcare Sector before they Occur: the Case of Hysterectomy
D. Reischl, L. Eigner, F. Bodendorf, Friedrich Alexander University; J. Schaffer, Cleveland Clinic; N. Wickramasinghe, Epworth & Swinburne

Exploration of the Dental Informatics Working Group in the American Medical Informatics Association
K. Williams, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; N. Shimpi, Marshfield Clinic Research Institute

Discovery of Nurse-patient Assignment in Medication Dispensing Data
D. Womack, M. Hribar, P. Gorman, Oregon Health & Science University

Recommendations for a Medical Device Knowledge Base
M. Wong, K. Bavuso, E. Chan, M. Schotel, S. Maviglia, R. Rocha, Semedy, Inc.

Development of a Consult Management Tool to Streamline Consult Scheduling Process and Improve Staff Satisfaction
J. Yang, C. Sun, M. Asher, G. Kohler, VA Portland Healthcare System

Do People with Diabetes Receive Balanced Diabetes Self-management Education? An Analysis of Clinic Notes against AADE7TM Principles
Q. Ye, R. Patel, U. Khan, S. Boren, M. Kim, University of Missouri

Automatic Identification of Social Determinants of Health from Clinical Records
K. Lybarger, M. Ostendorf, University of Washington; O. Uzuner, George Mason University; M. Yetisgen, University of Washington

Precision Medicine for Breast Cancer: Extracting Rich Genetic and Phenotypic Information from Chinese Clinical Narratives
X. Zhang, Peking Union Medical College Hospital; Y. Zhang, Q. Zhang, Y. Ren, Digital China Health Technologies Co. Ltd.; J. Ma, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, National Cancer Center/Cancer Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences; Q. Sun, Peking Union Medical College Hospital

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Continuous Predictive Modelling for Sepsis, Organ Failure, and In-hospital Mortality in the Intensive Care Unit
A. Kiser, D. Horton, K. Eilbeck, S. Abdelrahman, University of Utah

Why is Data Harmonization Difficult? Towards a Taxonomy for Structuring the Mapping of Variables Between Data Models
C. Sommerhalder, K. Capek, X. Liang, A. Kudlicki, C. Finnerty, S. Bhavnani, University of Texas Medical Branch;

Sequential Analysis of Handoffs in a Mixed Methods Analysis
K. Blondon, University Hospitals of Geneva, University of Geneva; P. Noghrehchi, B. Hilligoss, University of Arizona; M. Ozkaynak, University of Colorado

Ensemble Imputation for Healthcare Data
D. Chen, C. Scott, C. Luong, I. Attia, C. Ngufor, A. Arruda-Olson, P. Pellikka, Mayo Clinic

Leveraging a Participatory Informatics Platform for Patient-reported Outcomes in a Clinical Trial
A. Cummings, J. Goldman, David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California Los Angeles; A. Arevian, University of California Los Angeles

Federal Research Data Infrastructure: Tools and Services for Health Care Needs
R. Dhopeshwarkar, L. Hovey, K. Heaney-Huls, P. Dullabh, NORC at the University of Chicago; S. Smith, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation

Patient Perspectives of Utilizing Multiple Mobile Health Technologies to Self-manage Type II Diabetes
A. Diane, Duke University School of Nursing; A. Lewinski, Durham Center of Innovation to Accelerate Discovery and Practice Transformation, Durham VA Health Care System; J. Vaughn, Duke University School of Nursing; J. Stevenson, Winston Salem State University; R. Shaw, Duke University School of Nursing

Improving Accuracy of Patient Speech Transcription Using Dialect-Specific Automatic Speech Recognition Models
R. Dorn, S. Vrana, B. McInnes, Virginia Commonwealth University

Incorporating Social Determinants of Health in Electronic Health Records (EHRs): A Qualitative Study of Perspectives among EHR Vendors
M. Freij, P. Dullabh, NORC at the University of Chicago; S. Lewis, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation; S. Smith, The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation; L. Hovey, R. Dhopeshwarkar, NORC at the University of Chicago

Detection of Opioid Overdose Cases from Text in Electronic Health Records using Machine Learning Methods
M. Hasan, M. Ahadpour, H. Francis, A. Sorbello, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Multisource Feedback Driven Intervention Improves Physician Leadership and Teamwork
J. Hu, University at Buffalo School of Medicine, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo; R. Lee, S. Mullin, University at Buffalo School of Medicine; S. Schwaitzberg, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo; L. Harmon, P. Gregory, University of Miami; P. Elkin, University at Buffalo School of Medicine

Comparison of Data Entry Time for Structured Data Entries and Free Text
J. Hwang, SungKyunKwan University (SAIHST); B. Seong, S. Lee, Asan Medical Center, Asan Medical Center, University of Ulsan College of Medicine; S. Shin, SungKyunKwan University (SAIHST)

Data-driven Study of Pain, its Predictors, Co-morbidities, and Characteristics using Nurse-generated Big Data
Y. Kang, The University of Utah; D. Sanugula, K. Bagdi, R. Austin, K. Monsen, University of Minnesota

The Promise and Perils of Pseudonymization
M. Kayaalp, National Institutes of Health

Cancer Type Classification by Jointly Using Words and Concepts from Electronic Health Record Text Notes
Y. Kim, S. Meystre, Medical University of South Carolina

Addressing the Medical and Business Challenges in the Creation of the CureCloudTM, a Prospective, Linked, Direct-to-patient Multiple Myeloma Registry
S. Labkoff, S. Mehr, C. Williams, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation; L. Rozenblit, C. Tirrell, D. Voccola, Prometheus Research, LLC; E. Hui, S. Longley, D. Bush, E. Baker, S. Maiwald, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

GeoService: Bridging Clinical and Public Health Informatics
A. Lee, University of North Carolina

Finding the Evidence Base Using Citation Networks: Do 300 to 400 U.S. Physicians Die by Suicide Annually?
T. Leung, Maastricht University; S. Pendharkar, The Brooklyn Hospital Center; C. Chen, Stanford University; M. Dumontier, Institute of Data Science

Value Set Development for Studies Involving Historical Data
K. Lyman, M. Canterberry, E. Crull, Louisiana Public Health Institute; J. Denton, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Veteran’s Health Administration; F. Fitzhenry, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Veteran’s Health Administration, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Q. Hu, D. Zein, J. Doctor, D. Meeker, University of Southern California; S. Parr, A. Perkins, M. Matheny, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Veteran’s Health Administration, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Integrated Research Information for patientS (IRIS): Creating a Patient Centric Clinical Trial Experience
V. Lee, C. Knowlton, S. Kurra, J. White, K. Lazuriaga, J. Mathew, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Automated Classification of Mobility Activities in Free Text Clinical Narratives
D. Newman-Griffis, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, The Ohio State University; A. Zirikly, P. Ho, J. Camacho Maldonado, M. Sacco, A. Marr, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center; A. Lai, Washington University in St. Louis; E. Fosler-Lussier, The Ohio State University

Building a LVEF Extraction Pipeline for SOAP Notes
A. Oguntuga, J. Overcash, N. Nguyen, Veradigm

A Case Study of Remote Monitoring Processes in Texas
S. Park, Texas A&M University; H. Kum, Texas A&M University Health Science Center; M. Lawley, Texas A&M University

Improving Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Detection and Treatment After Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
C. Pizzimenti, C. Ramey, Oregon Health & Science University; K. Stephens, University of Washington; D. Dorr, Oregon Health & Science University

Evaluation of System for Selective Indexing Classification
M. Savery, M. Huston, J. Mork, O. Printseva, S. Schmidt, A. Rae, D. Demner-Fushman, National Library of Medicine

A Novel Classification of Inherited Retinal Dystrophies
H. Sabbaghi, Ophthalmic Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences; S. Madani, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; N. Daftarian, F. Suri, Ophthalmic Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences; A. Sheikhtaheri, P. Saviz, Iran University of Medical Sciences; F. Khorrami, Hormozgan University of Medical Sciences; H. Ahmadieh, Ophthalmic Research Center, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences

Identifying Population Subgroups in Neuro-fMRI Using Unsupervised Machine Learning
J. Schabdach, University of Pittsburgh; V. Schmithorst, V. Lee, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC; R. Ceschin, A. Panigrahy, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, University of Pittsburgh

Enhancing Allergy Documentation in a Commercial EHR System
S. Shah, Brigham and Women's Hospital, MCPHS University; C. Ortega, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Blackley, Partners Healthcare; K. Blumenthal, P. Wickner, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School; F. Goss, University of Colorado Hospital, University of Colorado School of Medicine; D. Seger, Partners Healthcare; D. Bates, L. Zhou, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Information Seeking Practice Among Healthcare Professionals in Pakistan: A Review of Current Trends and Needs
A. Siddiqui, S. Rizvi, J. Ahmed, Dow Medical College, Dow University of Health Sciences; A. Syed, University of Illinois, Chicago; P. Fontelo, National Library of Medicine

Detection of Opioid Overdose Cases from Electronic Health Records: A Pilot Study using Data Collected from the MIMIC III Database
A. Sorbello, M. Hasan, H. Francis, M. Ahadpour, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Mapping Unstructured Diagnoses to ICD10 using Natural Language Processing and Web-scraping
T. Sudaria, Veradigm; N. Nguyen, Veradigm

IRB Policies Around Initial Contact for Targeted Research Recruitment at Academic Medical Centers: A Preliminary Report
D. Sugarman, A. Busch, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School; J. Chung, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School; P. O'Rourke, Partners Healthcare Systems, Harvard Medical School

Cross-organizational Knowledge Sharing in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to Create a Central Gateway to Information About VA Data
T. Trautman, Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Utah; J. Stelmack, VA Information Resource Center; A. Caudill, J. Peterson, R. Gibbs, Veterans Health Administration; M. Souden, VA Information Resource Center, University of Illinois

Canary Library: a Sharing and Learning Community for NLP Developers
A. Turchin, J. Kim, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Elmariah, Massachusetts General Hospital

Patient Perceptions of Data Visualizations in Diabetes Self-management
J. Vaughn, Duke University School of Nursing; A. Lewinski, Durham Center of Innovation to Accelerate Discovery and Practice Transformation, Durham VA Health System; A. Diane, R. Shaw, Duke University School of Nursing; J. Stevenson, Winston Salem State University

Plugin for Importing Spreadsheets into Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside Platform
A. Zagade, V. Vernekar, Persistent Systems; S. Chan, Partners Healthcare; K. Wagholikar, Harvard Medical School, Partners Healthcare; R. Chulyadyo, Y. Ostrovsky, A. Pathak, Persistent Systems; A. Goodson, C. Herrick, Partners Healthcare; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare, Harvard Medical School

Clinical Use of an Information Retrieval Framework for Cohort Discovery from Electronic Health Records
Y. Wang, A. Wen, S. Liu, J. St. Sauver, A. Bharucha, Mayo Clinic; C. Weng, Columbia University; H. Liu, Mayo Clinic 

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Generic vs. Specialized Models for Assessing Disabilities Among People with Dementia
N. Asadzadehzanjani, J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University; A. Williams, C. Levy, Department of Veterans Affairs

Which Patient Engagement Functionalities Are Salient for Quality of Care?
O. Asagbra, East Carolina University

Addressing Physical Activity Barriers Among Prostate Cancer Survivors Through a Peer-based Digital Walking Program
R. Casanova-Perez, H. Patel, S. Sangameswaran, University of Washington; D. Cronkite, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute; C. Segal, University of Washington; D. Rosenberg, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute; J. Gore, J. Wright, A. Hartzler, University of Washington

Perceptions of the Use of a Real-time Medication Monitoring Pill Bottle linked to a HIV Self-management App
H. Cho, University of Florida; G. Flynn, S. Maureen, M. Gradilla, R. Schnall, Columbia University

Patient Perceptions of Missing Health Information in Outpatient Settings
E. Danielson, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University; C. Harle, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Leveraging Technology to Promote Healthy Cooking Literacy and Kitchen Confidence for Overweight and Obese Adolescents
P. Durneva, C. LeRouge, Florida International University; S. Sangameswaran, University of Washington

Conversational Agents for Chronic Disease Self-management: A Systematic Review
A. Griffin, Z. Xing, S. Khairat, D. Wang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; S. Bailey, Northwestern University; J. Arguello, A. Chung, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Comprehension of Visualizations for Longitudinal Patient-reported Outcomes
L. Grossman, Columbia University; M. Reading Turchioe, A. Myers, Weill Cornell Medicine; D. Baik, Columbia University; R. Masterson Creber, Weill Cornell Medicine

Using the RE-AIM Framework to Assess the Potential to Use Mobile Diabetes Detective (MoDD) in Federally Qualified Health Centers
E. Heitkemper, The University of Texas at Austin; A. Smaldone, S. Bakken, Columbia University; A. Cassells, J. Tobin, Clinical Directors Network, Inc.; L. Mamykina, Columbia University

Review of Mobile Applications for the Detection and Management of Atrial Fibrillation
V. Jimenez, S. Isaac, M. Alshalabi, R. Masterson Creber, M. Reading Turchioe, Weill Cornell Medicine

A Review of Palliative Care Mobile Applications for Patients and Caregivers
E. Kim, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; F. Ahsan, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, NewYork-Presbyterian; C. Lamour-Romero, C. Michael, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; R. Creber, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

Dialog Act Classification for Automated Classification of Online Health Communities
Y. Lee, G. Campbell, V. Han, University of Pittsburgh; H. Jang, University of British Columbia

Ethical Considerations for Social Media Research
D. Lewis, Walden University; P. Salai, VA Medical Center

The My Diabetes Dashboard: Preliminary Results of a Prospective, Longitudinal Usability Study
W. Martinez, G. Hickson, S. Rosenbloom, K. Wallston, T. Elasy, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Acceptability of Text Messaging to Help African American Women Manage Anxiety and Depression
T. McCall, T. Schwartz, S. Khairat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Machine Learning for Personalized Decision Support With Patient-generated Health Data
E. Mitchell, L. Mamykina, Columbia University; M. Levine, California Institute of Technology; E. Tabak, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences; D. Albers, University of Colorado, Columbia University

Synthetic Data for Teaching Data Integration in Informatics Graduate Program
H. Mobahi, H. Min, J. Wojtusiak, George Mason University

A Comparison of Online Consumer Medication Information from Canada, Denmark, and the U.S.
H. Monkman, University of Victoria; T. Schmidt, C. Nøhr, University of Southern Denmark

Similarity of Medical Concepts among Submitted Questions in Community-driven Consumer Health Websites
H. Naderi, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences; S. Madani, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; B. Kiani, K. Etminani, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences

Determinants of Medication Adherence in Sickle Cell Disease Using the World Health Organization Model
K. Ojukwu, C. Simpson, Vanderbilt University; A. Utrankar, Columbia University; W. Allen, Meharry Medical College; L. Novak, R. Cronin, Vanderbilt University

Developing an Ontology for Daily-living Routines of Patients with Chronic Conditions
M. Ozkaynak, University of Colorado

Development and Usability Evaluation of a Facebook-based Program for Pediatric Cancer Patients
B. Park, Kyungpook National University

Visualizations to Communicate Risk in Patient Reported Outcomes
M. Reading Turchioe, Weill Cornell Medicine; L. Grossman, Columbia University; A. Myers, R. Creber, Weill Cornell Medicine

HomeSHARE: Implementing Multi-site Smart Technology Infrastructure
B. Reeder, University of Colorado College of Nursing; H. Molchan, Indiana University; E. Gutierrez, E. Pena, University of Colorado College of Nursing; K. Caine, Clemson University; G. Demiris, University of Pennsylvania; K. Siek, K. Connelly, Indiana University

PGxKnow: A Pharmacogenomics Educational Application in Augmented Reality
D. Roosan, Western University of Health Sciences; H. Truong, J. Chok, Keck Graduate Institute; M. Roosan, Chapman University

Crowdfunding Medical Care: An Exploratory Comparison of Canada, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.
S. Saleh, E. Ajufo, R. Medford, UT Southwestern Medical Center

Single-FILE: A Treatment for Multiple Digital Identity Disorder
S. SooHoo, A. Goud, B. Robbins, P. Roberts, L. Truong, H. Moyse, S. Huang, L. Huang, D. Rodriguez, R. Riggs, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

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Unraveling Asthma Racial Disparities in Emergency Department Visit Using Electronic Healthcare Records and Machine Learning Algorithms
A. Adejare, University of Cincinnati; Y. Gautam, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; M. Altaye, T. Mersha, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati

Solutions in Health Analytics for Rural Equity Across the Northwest
U. Backonja, University of Washington Tacoma; S. Park, University of Washington School of Nursing/University of Washington School of Public Health; A. Turner, University of Washington School of Medicine/University of Washington School of Public Health; I. Ornelas, University of Washington School of Public Health; G. Whitman, M. Schultz, University of Washington; B. Bekemeier, University of Washington/University of Washington School of Nursing/University of Washington School of Public Health

Participatory Design of a Web-based Intervention for Parents to Improve Sleep in Young Children with Arthritis
W. Yuwen, U. Backonja, University of Washington Tacoma; M. Bromberg, Seattle Pediatric Psychology; N. Donahue, Hospital; M. Garrison, S. Ringold, University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital; T. Ward, University of Washington

Potential Benefits of Dental Visits in Managing HbA1C And Identifying Diabetes and Prediabetes in U.S.
M. Ben-Omran, P. Fontelo, G. Lopez Mitnik, D. Weatherspoon, B. Dye, National Institutes of Health

Cancer Patients' Emotional Health Discovering: Influences of Health Literacy, Fatalism and Peer Support
P. Hu, IBM; Z. Niu, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey; S. Li, IBM

Harnessing Health Information Technology in Family Violence in the U.S. – Systematic Review
C. HUI, University of Pittsburgh

Classification Types: A New Feature in the SPECIALIST Lexicon
C. Lu, A. Payne, D. Demner-Fushman, National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine/Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications

Improving Automation and Access Using the Vaccine Code Set Management Service
S. Myerburg, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; M. Malai, Deloitte Consulting, LLP

Approaches to Pilot Testing of Electronic Exchange of Infectious Diseases Case Report Data to Public Health Disease Surveillance System in Minnesota
S. Rajamani, University of Minnesota; A. Kayser, S. Boneske, H. Chakoian, E. Emerson, S. Solarz, Minnesota Department of Health

Predicting Adverse Event Reports in FDAs Adverse Event Reporting System FAERS More Likely to be Useful for Causality Assessment
A. Sawarkar, R. Ball, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

An Informatics Governance Model for a Shared Electronic Disease Surveillance System in Public Health: Minnesota Perspective
S. Solarz, A. Kayser, S. Boneske, H. Chakoian, Minnesota Department of Health; S. Rajamani, University of Minnesota; E. Emerson, Minnesota Department of Health

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Efficient and Robust CT Image Segmentation with a Level Set Network
J. Actor, B. Riviere, Rice University; D. Fuentes, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Assimilating Pollen into Exposomes for Pediatric Asthma Research
R. Gouripeddi, L. Tran, T. Gangadhar, R. Madsen, J. Facelli, K. Sward, University of Utah

Generating Synthetic Control Patients Using Machine Learning for Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical Trials
C. Fisher, Y. Pouliot, A. Smith, J. Walsh, Unlearn.AI

Multivariate Pathway Enrichment Analysis for Interpreting Expression Profiles
A. Shojaee Bakhtiari, K. Wallace, A. Alekseyenko, Medical University of South Carolina

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5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Poster Session II

Text Analysis and NLP Methods for Visual Analytics Tool of Cancer Patient Cohort Identification
S. Al-alawneh, H. Hochheiser, University of Pittsburgh

Posda: An Open Source Curation Tool for Validation, Editing, and Inspection of DICOM Objects for Large Scale Imaging Archives
W. Bennett, K. Smith, Q. Jarosz, S. Utecht, F. Prior, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Tracking Breast Cancer Survivorship Over Time Using the Claim Framework
C. Blake, University of Illinois

Providing a User-oriented Interface to Enable Semantic Queries in PRISM
J. Bona, J. Utecht, M. Brochhausen, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Electronic Informed Consent (eIC) Platform for Clinical Trials: An Operational Model and Suite of Tools for Consent Authoring, Obtaining Informed Consent, and Managing Consent Documents
M. Buckley, J. Lengfellner, M. Koch, H. Pacheco, C. Hoidra, D. Damron, C. Houston, R. Cambria, A. Rodavitch, P. Sabbatini, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Patient Timelines for Research-oriented Exploration of Longitudinal Cancer Patient Data: PT Explorer
R. Carvajal, G. Gonzalez-Calderon, M. Betin-Montes, R. Gai-Cherry, J. Creed, J. Markowitz, T. Gerke, S. Eschrich, A. Berglund, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute

Challenges to a Data Driven Approach to Population Level Analysis of Hypersensitivity Events in Cancer Clinical Trials
C. Eldredge, J. Andrews, University of South Florida; M. Zolnoori, Mayo Clinic; T. Patrick, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; J. Gallagher, Allergy and Asthma Center of North Carolina; C. Lam, Moffitt Cancer Center; J. Luo, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Using the Lean Startup Method to Efficiently Create an Electronic Consent
B. Hirst, D. Stein, M. Mitchell, J. McClean, B. Mooney, F. Guerrero, G. Jordan, Y. Turin, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Acceptance and Use of Home-based Electronic Symptom Self-reporting Systems in Cancer Patients: A Literature Review
Y. Jiang, H. Zhang, M. Harris, University of Michigan

Life After Cancer: After-treatment Concerns and Peer-support Among Breast Cancer Survivors, Portrayed on Twitter
A. Kapoor, East Carolina University

Challenges of Data Abstraction to Characterize Contrast Media Reactions and Identify Potential Risk Factors in a Cancer Patient Population
C. Lam, Moffitt Cancer Center; C. Eldredge, J. Andrews, University of South Florida; R. Perkins, Moffitt Cancer Center

Expanding Accessibility of a Molecular Oncology Almanac for Precision Cancer Medicine
N. Moore, Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard; B. Reardon, E. Kofman, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard; N. Moore, Indiana University School of Medicine; E. Van Allen, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

LeukApp: Development of a Mobile Application for Clinical Decision Support in Acute Leukemia
A. Johnson, S. Furniss, M. Burton, Arizona State University; P. Radhakrishnan, J. Shriber, Honor Health; A. Murcko, Arizona State University

Augmenting Quality Assurance Measures in Radiation Oncology with Machine Learning
M. Pillai, K. Adapa, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Using Ontology-Driven Decision Support For Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment
J. Ritchie, L. Frey, Medical University of South Carolina; J. Lamy, Université Paris 13; H. Morrison, B. Welch, Medical University of South Carolina

Workflow Pipeline for Medical Image Data Curation and Sharing
S. Sakilay, University at Buffalo; D. Elbers, VA Boston Healthcare System; S. Doyle, University at Buffalo; L. Selva, VA Boston Healthcare System; B. Johnson, University at Buffalo/VA Boston Healthcare System/VHA Washington D.C.; N. Do, VA Boston Healthcare System/VHA Washington D.C./Boston University School of Medicine; P. Elkin, University at Buffalo/VHA Washington D.C./VA Buffalo Health System

Integrative Workflow for Lung Cancer Clinical Decision Support: Needs and Opportunities
Y. Senathirajah, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA), NCI’s Imaging Data Resource
K. Smith, W. Bennett, L. Tarbox, T. Nolan, G. Blake, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; J. Kirby, J. Freymann, Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research, Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.; F. Prior, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Accelerating Self-service Analytics and Rapid Data Exploration Using a Custom Tableau Web Data Connector (WDC) to REDCap
O. Strachna, A. Tanchoco, S. Gardos, W. Narain, P. Stetson, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Estimating Uncertainty in Deep Image Classification
K. Brown, D. Talbert, Tennessee Tech University

Biological Network Knowledge in Molecular Tumor Boards
T. Tiede, University of Tübingen; O. Kohlbacher, University of Tübingen, University Medical Center

Enabling Data Democratization – Interactive Graphical Representations of Unplanned Readmissions for Cancer Patients
C. Villalba, S. Berger, S. Martin, P. Stetson, W. Narain, J. Nunez, T. Newman, P. Schwegman, R. Reynolds Silverberg, P. Samedy, D. Patel, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Association between Cardiotoxic Chemotherapy and Myocardial Infarction
L. Wang, S. Bielinski, P. Decker, J. Killian, N. Larson, Mayo Clinic; R. Zhang, University of Minnesota; H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

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Automated Digital Navigation Program Linked with EHR for Peri Procedural Care: A Comparative Study
A. Atreja, S. Kakkar, H. Zara, S. Garg, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Growing Up Stronger: Improving Pediatric Population Health with HealtheRegistries
R. Badh, Children's National Health System

Further Data Visualization Designs to Support Shared Decision Making About Blood Pressure
J. Belden, University of Missouri-Columbia; P. Wegier, Sinai Health System; S. Canfield, S. Patil, V. Shaffer, University of Missouri-Columbia; L. Steege, University of Wisconsin-Madison; M. Popescu, A. Jain, M. LeFevre, R. Koopman, University of Missouri-Columbia; K. Valentine, Massachusetts General Hospital

Normalizing Medication Data in the UK Biobank
M. Cantor, Regeneron Genetics Center

Usability Evaluation of a Clinical Decision Support Tool for Management of Peripheral Artery Disease Patients
A. Chaudhry, S. Moon, V. Kaggal, P. Wennberg, T. Rooke, D. Liedl, C. Scott, A. Casanegra, I. Kullo, R. McBane, J. Shellum, R. Nishimura, R. Chaudhry, H. Liu, A. Arruda-Olson, Mayo Clinic

Changes in Nursing Activity After Implementing a CDS Service Predicting the Risk of Falling Based on Electronic Medical Records Data
I. Cho, Inha University; I. Jin, Public Health Insurance Ilsan Hospital

Automated Prediction of Patient Stability and Discharge within 36 Hours
K. Coppa, M. Myetlis, J. Hirsch, J. Horsky, Northwell Health

Acceleration Gait Measures as Proxies for Motor Skill of Walking: A Narrative Review
P. Dasgupta, E. Sejdic, University of Pittsburgh

Customization of an Antimicrobial Stewardship Clinical Decision Support Module: Reducing the Noise and Improving Reporting
E. Draper, B. Fung, J. Steckelberg, A. Virk, Mayo Clinic; S. Ausman, Mayo Clinic Health System; A. Tande, Mayo Clinic; S. Lessard, Mayo Clinic Health System; L. Estes, Mayo Clinic

Clinical Decision Support Flow Diagram for Management of Chronic Kidney Disease by Primary Care Physicians
V. Duggal, M. Goldstein, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford University, VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Aiding in the Identification of Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) from Radiograph Reports Using Natural Language Processing
J. Ferraro, Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah; J. Jacobs, I. Peltan, M. Lanspa, R. Srivastava, C. Grissom, Intermountain Healthcare

SNOMED CT: Interoperable but Silos Remain Between Medicine and Nursing
D. Fraczkowski, A. Boyd, K. Dunn Lopez, University of Illinois at Chicago

Evaluating the Performance of a General Diagnostic Decision Support System on Case Data from Urgent Cardiology Admissions
H. Fraser, Brown University

Factorial Design Survey Methodology on REDCap and Qualtrics: A Comparative Analysis
J. Garcia, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Collins Rossetti, K. Cato, S. Bakken, H. Jia, Columbia University; M. Kang, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; C. Knaplund, Columbia University; P. Dykes, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Prioritization of Clinical Content Informatics Requests Using Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA)
R. Grout, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Eskenazi Health; D. Seitz, J. Morea, Eskenazi Health

Predicting Mental Health Complexity Using EHR and Patient-reported Data
S. He, P. Haug, K. Kuttler, B. Reiss-Brennan, Intermountain Healthcare

Development of an Integrated System and Central Repository for Clinical and Education Outcomes in Latin America
J. Henao, Y. Quintana, C. Safran, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School

Automated Extraction of Computable Clinical Decision Support Rules from an Electronic Health Record (EHR) System
B. Hickey, A. Bartscher, M. Sainvil, R. Freimuth, J. Shellum, D. Sottara, Mayo Clinic

Recurrent Neural Network for Modelling Relevant Sentences for Concept Analysis
T. Hishiki, Toho University; T. Tamura, E. Sugihara, University of Tsukuba; Y. Matsunaga, Toho University; R. Ichikawa, J. Misawa, Y. Maeda, Y. Kondo, Nihon University; A. Shibuya, Toyoma Prefectural University

eReferral for Enrollment in Smoking Cessation Programs
A. Saraya, S. Mishra, P. Folan, N. Brown, M. Oppenheim, J. Horsky, Northwell Health

Utility of the Business Process Model and Notation Standard to Represent Business Processes in the Arden Syntax
R. Jenders, Charles Drew University/University of California Los Angeles

The Effective, The Inefficient and the Ugly: Interface Elements in Nursing Order Management
A. Kassis, B. Duncan, L. Zheng, Arizona State University; D. Kaufman, S. Furniss, A. Grando, Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic; K. Poterack, R. Helmers, Mayo Clinic; B. Doebbeling, Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic

Representing the Intensity of a Physical Activity
Y. Ke, S. Zhao, W. Gu, H. Kim, Duke University

Insights from a Dissertation on the Development of a Learning Electronic Medical Record System: Data-driven, Context-aware Learning
A. King, S. Visweswaran, H. Hochheiser, G. Clermont, G. Cooper, University of Pittsburgh

Toward Large-scale Management of Clinical Quality Dashboard Visualizations: The Performance Summary Display Ontology
C. Stansbury, University of Michigan Dearborn; C. Gross, V. Panicker, Z. Landis-Lewis, University of Michigan

How Personalized Are Personalized Order Sets? Measuring Variation in Physician Use of Electronic Order Sets
J. Lee, N. Hulse, Intermountain Healthcare

A User-centered Model for Electronic Patient-reported Outcomes Visualizations in Clinical Practice
C. LeRouge, University of Washington, Florida International University; J. Lee, C. Segal, E. Austin, D. Lavallee, University of Washington

Dissemination of HIV-HCV-STD Clinical Evidence through Guideline-driven Interactive Case Simulation Tools – An Assessment of User Engagement
D. Lukacs, M. Abrams, D. Wang, Arizona State University

A Review of ER Case Reports for Potential Anchoring Bias
R. Matin, A. Franklin, University of Texas Health Sciences

Three Rs of Clinical Data Quality – Relevance, Robustness, Repercussions
S. Mitchell, G. Stahr, VHIE Contractor, JP Systems; T. Turner, VHA Office of Health Informatics

Variability in User Response to Custom Alerts in the Electronic Health Record: An Observational Study
N. Muthu, E. Shelov, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; M. Tobias, Phrase Health; D. Karavite, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; E. Orenstein, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta; R. Grundmeier, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Nursing Informatics Pioneers Identify Influencers
J. Brixey, University of Texas Health Science Center; S. Newbold, Self-employed; D. Dodd, Cerner Corporation

Untapped Potential of Clinical Text for Opioid Surveillance
A. Olex, T. Gal, Virginia Commonwealth University; M. Afshar, D. Dligach, Loyola University Chicago; N. Karnik, Rush University; T. Oakes, Virginia Commonwealth University; B. Sharma, M. Xie, Loyola University Chicago; B. McInnes, W. Cramer, F. Moeller, Virginia Commonwealth University; J. Solway, University of Chicago; A. Kho, Northwestern Medicine

Investigating Female-male Differences in Risk Factors for Myocardial Infarction Using OHDSI Tools
A. Ostropolets, L. Zhang, J. Mulgrave, G. Hripcsak, Columbia University

A Dataset Recommendation System for Researchers Based on Publications
B. Patra, K. Roberts, H. Wu, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Comparing Nurse and Physician Perspectives on Health IT Adaptation
N. Pearl, Washington University School of Medicine; T. Tussing, E. Chipps, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center; C. Sieck, The Ohio State University; P. Yen, Washington University School of Medicine, Goldfarb School of Nursing, Barnes-Jewish College, BJC HealthCare

Ocelot: A Modularized and Interactive Tool for Visual Understanding of Patient State
G. Aldana, R. Chaudhry, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; R. Perotte, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Irving Medical Center; Z. Grinspan, Weill Cornell Medicine; N. Yip, Columbia University Irving Medical Center; D. Vawdrey, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Clinical Decision Support Systems in Pediatric Surgery: a Scoping Review
M. Phillips, The University of North Carolina; C. Tignanelli, The University of Minnesota; S. Khairat, A. Chung, The University of North Carolina

Using “Big Data” to Determine Prevalence of Side Effects of Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients
L. Pu, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Loma Linda University Medical Center; D. Kaelber, The MetroHealth System, Case Western Reserve University

DSL-TEACH: Data Science Literacy Training to Enhance Approaches for Clinical Decision-making in Healthcare
S. Rachid Zaim, A. Kim, C. Kenost, H. Zhang, Y. Lussier, V. Subbian, University of Arizona

Racial Disparity in Clinical Decision Support Use for Acute Upper Respiratory Infection
S. Richardson, T. McGinn, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; S. Jones, NYU School of Medicine; J. Palmisano, Boston University; S. Chokshi, C. Dinhle, NYU School of Medicine; R. Mishuris, Boston University; L. Park, P. Smith, D. Feldstein, University of Wisconsin; A. Huffman, R. Hess, University of Utah; S. Khan, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine; D. Mann, NYU School of Medicine

Clinical Decision Support for De-implementation: Removing an Overused CK Order from an Order Set Reduces CK Ordering
E. Ruan, Tufts University; J. Pevnick, Cedars-Sinai

Leveraging Temporal Patterns in Physiological Variables for Prediction of Critical Events in Single Ventricle Infants
V. Ruiz, J. Galvez, M. Goldsmith, M. Naim, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; A. Lopez-Magallon, R. Munoz, Children's National Medical Center; R. Tsui, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Simpler is Better: Case Studies of Clinical Decision Support for Laboratory Utilization/Stewardship
T. Schneider, Mount Sinai; I. Singh, Texas Children's; B. Darrow, J. Kannry, Mount Sinai

Review of Medical Device Nomenclatures and Classification Systems
M. Schotel, K. Bavuso, M. Wong, Semedy, Inc.; S. Maviglia, R. Rocha, Semedy, Inc., Harvard Medical School, Brigham & Women's Hospital; M. Chan, Semedy, Inc.

Associating Chief Complaints with Electronic Health Record Activity to Decrease Provider Administrative Burden
J. Schrom, V. Joshi, C. Bouey, A. Gilmore, One Medical

Predicting Acute Care Utilization (ER Visit and Hospitalization) due to Social Determinants of Health Factors
S. Shah, University of Arizona Banner Health, Phoenix VA Health Care, Mayo Clinic; P. Nguyen, University of Arizona Banner Health, Phoenix VA Health Care; M. Shah, Mayo Clinic; H. Abbaszadegan, University of Arizona Banner Health, Phoenix VA Health Care

Leveraging a Data-driven Strategy to Enrich Rare Disease Knowledge
F. Shen, Y. Zhao, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

Sentiment Analysis Methodologies of Patient Narratives: A Descriptive Study
A. Soares, H. Coats, P. Meek, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; T. Akard, Vanderbilt University; A. Doorenbos, University of Illinois; L. Schilling, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Patient-centered Care Team Communication and Coordination Tools in a Pediatric Ambulatory Cancer Care Center
D. Stein, E. Kim, K. Martin, J. Kim, A. Ostrovsky, Y. Chung Jr, M. Zimmermann, T. Nguyen, E. Schmitz, C. Ward, M. Rosa, G. Jordan, M. Connor, J. Ruggiero, R. Bright, J. Ackerman, F. Boulad, P. Stetson, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Use of Information Visualization to Enhance HIV-related Clinical Interactions
S. Stonbraker, Columbia University School of Nursing, Clínica de Familia La Romana; C. Alcántara, Columbia University School of Social Work; S. Amesty, Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons; M. George, S. Bakken, R. Schnall, Columbia University School of Nursing; A. Abraído-Lanza, College of Global Public Health; M. Halpern, Clínica de Familia La Romana

Implementing a System for Predicting and Notifying When Patients are At-risk for Acute Physiologic Decompensation
A. Tariq, R. Chaudhry, NewYork-Presbyterian; N. Yip, Columbia University Irving Medical Center; K. Tang, R. DeCosmo, R. Shah, R. Green, D. Vawdrey, NewYork-Presbyterian

Fault-tolerant, Distributed, and Scalable Natural Language Processing with cTAKES
J. Thayer, J. Miller, J. Pennington, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The More You Know: Displaying Individualized MME Reports During Discharge Order Entry Reduces Opioid Prescribing
B. Thorne, J. Lyman, R. Morse, B. Sarosiek, P. Muthusubramanian, T. Hedrick, D. Ling, University of Virginia Health System

One Year After the Big Bang: “Things Are Going OK”
K. Unertl, J. Harris, S. Anders, L. Novak, T. Avery, P. Cunningham, C. Reale, P. Sengstack, N. Lorenzi, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Dynamic Phenotyping to Facilitate Accrual for Prospective Clinical studies: A Case Study in Heart Failure
K. Wagholikar, Harvard Medical School, Partners Healthcare; C. Fischer, A. Goodson, C. Herrick, T. Maclean, K. Smith, L. Fera, T. Gaziano, J. Dunning, J. Bosque-Hamilton, L. Matta, E. Toscano, B. Richter, L. Ainsworth, M. Oates, S. Aronson, C. Macrae, B. Scirica, Partners Healthcare; A. Desai, Partners Healthcare, Harvard Medical School; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare

CLAMP-ATR: A Deep Learning Pipeline for Attribute Recognition of Clinical Concepts
J. Wang, Y. Zhang, H. Xu, University of Texas Health Science Center

Analysis and Resolution of Medication Terminology Errors to Achieve Semantic Interoperability Between the Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense
P. Warnekar, J. Parker, C. Bean, D. Territo, L. Thompson, VA-DoD Interagency Program Office

Great Expectations: Patient Response to Portal Invitations to Contribute to Their Electronic Medical Records
E. Webber, Riley Hospital for Children, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Indiana University Health; C. Hines, L. Schmoll, D. Binko, Indiana University Health; J. Schaffer, Indiana University Health , Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; S. Park, Indiana University Health

Identifying Documented Medical Non-adherence from Clinical Notes Using Natural Language Processing
J. Wu, IBM Almaden Research Center; D. Grant, Barnes Jewish Hospital; S. Lakhotia, T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health; P. Tyler, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; D. Gruhl, C. Shivade, IBM Almaden Research Center; S. Gehrmann, Harvard University; L. Celi, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Visualizer for Evaluating Adherence to Evidence-based Guidelines
J. Yu, F. Ghamsari, S. Ross, V. Mitrovic, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; A. Kho, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern Memorial Hospital

A Survey of Clinicians’ Perception of Pharmacogenomics Testing for Antidepressants
Y. Zhang, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University; Y. Harris, NewYork City College of Technology; G. Alexopoulos, A. Stracher, E. Ross, R. Kaushal, Weill Cornell Medicine; J. Pathak, Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University

Automatically Identifying Intimate Partner Violence from Clinical Narratives for Emergency Department
V. Zhu, C. Carr, K. Simpson, R. Dawson, A. Rheingold, L. Lenert, Medical University of South Carolina

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Early Prediction for Multiple Adverse Outcomes in Acute and Chronic Back Pain Transitions
S. Abdelrahman, M. Newman, C. Porucznik, University of Utah

sureLDA: A Novel Multi-disease Automated Phenotyping Method for the Electronic Health Record
Y. Ahuja, Harvard University, Harvard Medical School; D. Zhou, Harvard University, University of California Davis; Z. He, J. Sun, Harvard University; V. Castro, V. Gainer, Partners Healthcare; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare, Harvard Medical School; C. Hong, T. Cai, Harvard University, Harvard Medical School

Managing Data Flows for Pediatric Complex-care Patients and Their Families to Manage Care Plans
S. Andrews, Dell Medical School at UT-Austin; M. Alexander, Dell Seton Medical Center at University of Texas; J. Rousseau, A. Khurshid, J. Hancock, Dell Medical School at UT-Austin; R. Berhane, Dell Seton Medical Center at University of Texas

Diagnosis Combinations Associated with Longer Length of Stay
P. Beeler, K. Tarcak, University Hospital Zurich; U. Held, University of Zurich; E. Battegay, University Hospital Zurich

Providing Data Security Guidance for Researchers
D. Bell, University of California Los Angeles; S. SooHoo, Cedars-Sinai; A. Chang, A. Bui, M. Zachariah, R. Fleischmann, University of California Los Angeles; O. Ogunyemi, R. Jenders, Charles R. Drew University

Analysis of Representative Cases of Diagnostic Error in the Inpatient Setting
K. Bersani, K. Carr, N. Piniella, K. Schnock, M. Pimentel, Brigham and Women's Hospital; J. Griffin, Northeastern University; D. Bates, A. Dalal, Brigham and Women's Hospital

The Role of Bipartite Networks in Stratified Predictive Modeling
S. Bhavnani, C. Andersen, Y. Lin, E. Santillana, T. Chen, Y. Kuo, University of Texas Medical Branch

Bipartite Network Analysis with Multiple Datatypes: Implications for Precision Medicine in the Age of Multi-omics Data
T. Chen, Y. Lin, University of Texas Medical Branch; I. Liao, Baylor Scott and White Health; Y. Kuo, E. Santillana, C. Andersen, University of Texas Medical Branch; L. Copeland, Baylor Scott and White Health; S. Bhavnani, University of Texas Medical Branch

Developing Synthetic VA Healthcare Data in OMOP CDM Model
J. Bian, H. Saoudian, B. South, K. Lynch, B. Viernes, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, University of Utah; M. Matheny, VA Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Vanderbilt University; S. DuVall, VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, University of Utah

SMOREs: Synergistic Medication Organizer for RxNorm and Expansions, a Tool For Improving Semantic Relationships of Institutional Medications to Standardized Ontologies
R. Bradford, M. Clark, E. Pfaff, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Role of Perceived Legitimacy in Clinical Decision Support
J. Brunner, VA Health Services Research and Development Service; E. Yano, VA Health Services Research and Development Service, University of California Los Angeles; E. Chuang, University of California Los Angeles; J. Shelton, University of California Los Angeles, VA Health Services Research and Development Service

Missing and Discordant Race Data Documented in Electronic Health Record Systems at an Academic Medical Center
M. Cusick, Weill Cornell Medicine; T. Campion, Weill Cornell Medical College, Weill Cornell Medicine

Combining Neural Nets
N. Buduma, MIT; A. Segev, University of South Alabama; D. Curtis, MIT

Ascertaining Medication Adherence Utilizing Open Claims Data
J. Doole, P. Landsman-Blumberg, TriNetX, Inc.; M. Palchuk, TriNetX, Inc., Harvard School of Medicine

Increasing Transparent and Accountable Use of Data by Quantifying the Actual Privacy Risk in Interactive Record Linkage
Q. Li, Texas A&M University; A. D'Souza, University of Calgary; M. Ramezani, C. Schmit, H. Kum, Texas A&M University

Presecription Opioid Tapering: Mining Structured and Unstructured Data
S. Fodeh, Yale University, VA Connecticut Healthcare System; E. Jennifer, Yale University; W. Becker, VA Connecticut Healthcare System; C. Brandt, S. Haskell, VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Yale University

Corpus Size Influences Clinical Concept Embeddings
C. Gao, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; C. Yan, Vanderbilt University; B. Malin, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Vanderbilt University; Y. Chen, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

A Scoping Review to Identify Biobank Classification and Permissions to Share Metadata
M. Harris, F. Manion, University of Michigan; M. Sankaranarayanapillai, H. Song, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; M. Conte, University of Michigan; C. Tao, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Using Semantic Representations for Urine Drug Tests in the Veterans Health Administration
C. Hayes, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Center for Mental Health and Outcomes Research; J. Bona, M. Brochhausen, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Parallel Multiple Imputation for Large-scale Association Studies in Complex Observational Data Settings
Z. He, Harvard School of Public Health, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Cheng, VA Boston Healthcare System

Data Subset Identification Using CUR Index Selection Schemes
E. Hendryx, University of Central Oklahoma; N. Chaabane, B. Riviere, Rice University; C. Rusin, Baylor College of Medicine

SemMedDB-neo4j: A Graph Database of Biomedical Semantic Relations
D. Hristovski, A. Kastrin, University of Ljubljana; H. Kilicoglu, National Institutes of Health

Mapping Medications to Standards with Machine Learning and Noisy Labels
A. Jeffery, S. Parr, M. Matheny, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Sickle Cell Disease Phenotype Algorithm Performance in Adult, Pediatric, and Transitional Care
M. Khan, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Vanderbilt University; M. Rodeghier, Rodeghier Consultants; R. Cronin, Vanderbilt University

Virtual Reality: Exploring Methods to Improve Dietary Choices
W. Kistler, National Institutes of Health, University College London; D. Goldsmith, National Institutes of Health; P. Brennan, National Library of Medicine

Chronic Condition Symptom Enrichment from Electronic Health Records
T. Koleck, S. Bakken, N. Tatonetti, Columbia University

Longitudinal Modeling of Prescription Refill Records to Predict Medication Use
K. Kondratieff, C. McNaughton, M. Matheny, T. Lasko, Vanderbilt University

Descriptive Comparison of Patient Cohorts with Cognitive Function Testing Results from Structured vs Free-text Clinical Notes
A. Kub, A. Yoho, IBM Watson Health

A Bibliometric Analysis of Research Publications that Adopted the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) Data
J. Liu, F. Yu, L. Song, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Scalable Dimensionality Reduction in Patient Medication Domain: A Use Case for ATC Terminology Mapping for Machine Learning Models
S. Madani, C. Walsh, J. Huenecke, J. Byrd, A. Weitkamp, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Application of IBM Watson to Clinical Decision Support: A Preliminary Experience on the Interpretation of DSM-5
E. Garbelotto, Università degli Studi di Trieste; M. Prenassi, S. Marceglia, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Fondazione IRCCS Ca'Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico

OMOP Based Data Pipelines for Consistent Results in Cohort Identification Tools.
U. Vangala, Y. Guilarte-Walker, D. Buell, K. Pelletier, K. Lazuriaga, J. Mathew, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Text De-identification Impact on Subsequent Machine Learning Applications
G. Underwood, A. Trice, Clinacuity, Inc.; Y. Kim, Medical University of South Carolina; J. Accetta, Clinacuity, Inc.; S. Meystre, Medical University of South Carolina

Bootstrapping a Mobility Dictionary from a Seed Set
A. Zirikly, D. Newman-Griffis, J. Porcino, P. Ho, J. Camacho Maldonado, M. Sacco, A. Marr, National Institutes of Health

Adapting a Patient-reported Outcome App and Practice Model into Primary Care for Treatment of Asthma.
S. Perez, Brigham and Women's Hospital; A. Dalal, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; J. Sousa, R. Rudin, RAND Corporation

Implementing Data Governance for Precision Health
D. Pierce, Indiana University

Developing an Electronic Chart Review Tool to Identify and Assess Diagnostic Errors in the Acute Care Setting
N. Piniella, K. Bersani, K. Schnock, P. Garabedian, Brigham and Women's Hospital; D. Bates, J. Schnipper, A. Dalal, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Predicting Empiric Antibiotic Coverage based on Patient Factors
P. Rahman, E. Hade, C. Dewart, Y. Gao, C. Hebert, The Ohio State University

Clinical Trials Process Framework to Optimize Clinical Research Operations
P. RanadeKharkar, B. Chisum, K. Kuttler, Intermountain Healthcare

Semi-automated Clinical Data Annotation Framework Using Web-based RedCap and Jupyter Notebook Tools
A. Riedl, I. Puch, E. Stewart, N. Anderson, J. Adams, University of California Davis

Predicting Patient Deterioration Using Continuous Monitoring and Concepts from the Field of Sports
Z. Shinar, V. Maidel, EarlySense Ltd; P. Dykes, Partners HealthCare System; D. Argaman, EarlySense Ltd; D. Bates, Partners HealthCare System

Automated Information Extraction to Support Response Assessment in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
E. Sholle, S. Krichevsky, S. Abedian, P. Adekkanattu, D. Jaber, N. Savage, J. Scandura, Weill Cornell Medicine; T. Campion, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Weill Cornell Medicine

Trajectories of Functional Status of Cognitively-impaired Patients in EHRs
Y. Wang, S. Sohn, Mayo Clinic

Personalized Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes Using Weighted K-nearest Neighbors
W. Song, Harvard Medical School

A Structured Approach to Working With Wearable Health Data: Lessons Learned from the University of Chicago IBD Biosensor Study
P. Sossenheimer, O. Yvellez, A. Mayampurath, S. Volchenboum, D. Rubin, University of Chicago

Maximizing Value from Shared Research Data – The NICHD Data and Specimen Hub (DASH)
S. Tenney, A. Shlionskaya, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.; J. Ilekis, J. Weck, A. Bremer, J. Moye, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD); R. Samavedam, A. Dawson, A. Fujimoto, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.; R. Hazra, R. Bures, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

Refactoring and Expanding the Informed Consent Ontology (ICO)
J. Vajda, University at Buffalo; N. Otte, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; C. Stansbury, M. Harris, F. Manion, University of Michigan; C. Tao, University of Texas Health Science Center

Time Expression Annotation for Multiple Clinical Specialties
N. Viani, King's College London; H. Tissot, University College London; A. Bernardino, S. Velupillai, King's College London

Scalable Process to Generate Aggregated Patient Data for Analysis
N. Wattanasin, T. Wang, V. Gainer, S. Murphy, Partners HealthCare

Automated Discovery of Common Data Elements in HIV Clinical Trials Using an Interaction Network
N. Williams, S. Gold, V. Huser, K. Fung, C. Mayer, Lister Hill Center at the National Library of Medicine

A Social Network Analysis Perspective of Comorbid Conditions with Chronic Kidney Disease
A. Alasmari, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; L. Zhou, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

A Checklist to Support Effective and Scalable Design of ePRO Tools in Electronic Health Records
E. Austin, C. Segal, J. Heim, S. Sangameswaran, D. Lavallee, University of Washington

Review and Analysis of Current Mobile Apps for Depression
L. Chesebrough, A. Myers, L. Lou, R. Hu, M. Reading Turchioe, R. Creber, Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences

Reading Emotional Support Messages on a mHealth App Predicts the Initial Lapse after Alcohol Detox
M. Chih, University of Kentucky; W. Yoo, Incheon National University; D. Shah, A. Quanbeck, D. Gustafson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Mount Sinai Spanish-language OpenNotes Navigator Program
C. Craven, Mount Sinai Health System, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; L. Jandorf, C. Villagra, Z. Quintero-Canetti, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; J. Kannry, B. Darrow, Mount Sinai Health System

Contextualizing Consumer Health Information Seeking
Z. Zhang, Pace University; C. Wilson, Z. He, Florida State University

A Review of Older Adults’ Personal Health Information Management Processes, Needs, Challenges, and Tools
M. Kolotylo-Kulkarni, C. LeRouge, Florida International University; D. Seale, Des Moines University

How to Validate Heart Rate Monitoring Wearables for Just-in-Time Adaptive Health Interventions? Development of Comparison Testing Guidelines.
M. Kos, C. Gordon, X. Li, I. Khaghani Far, M. Pavel, H. Jimison, Northeastern University

Systematic Review of Patient-facing Visualizations of their Personal Health Data
A. Myers, S. Isaac, R. Creber, M. Reading Turchioe, Weill Cornell Medical College Health Policy and Research

eHealth in Military Primary Care: How Consumers Engage Electronically with the Military Health System
S. Raps, United States Air Force

Reasons for Non-participation in an Inpatient Acute Health Portal Randomized Controlled Trial among Hospitalized Patients
B. Ryan-Lora, F. Polubriaginof, I. Alarcon, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; N. Suero-Tejeda, The School of Nursing at Columbia University; L. Grossman, Columbia University; R. Masterson Creber, Weill Cornell Medicine; D. Vawdrey, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital

Summarization of Patient Education Material for New Media Platform
Y. Zhao, Y. Wang, P. Kingsbury, M. Panzer, R. Van Ert, H. Liu, Mayo Clinic

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Investigating Pregnancy-related Health Outcomes Among Patients with Sickle Cell Disease and Linking with Health Disparities
S. Canelón, M. Boland, University of Pennsylvania, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Towards Optimizing Usability in e-Government Healthcare Administration Systems: Recommendations from a Comprehensive Evaluation Study
F. Emdad, G. Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Exploring Marijuana Use in Patients Suffering from Pain
D. Finch, S. Luther, James A Haley Veterans Hospital

Application of Semantic Web Technology to Regulations
M. Rocca, M. Hasan, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Does Diet-related Tweets Disclose Political Preferences?
A. Karami, University of South Carolina; A. Dahl, G. Shaw, Jr., University of North Carolina at Charlotte; S. Puthan Valappil, B. Turner-McGrievy, University of South Carolina; H. Kharrazi, Johns Hopkins University; P. Bozorgi, University of South Carolina

Residential Neighborhoods and Walking: An Informatics Approach to Walkability
S. Mooney, P. Hurvitz, A. Moudon, University of Washington; B. Saelens, Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Teledermatology service in HealthNet Platform: An Experience Report
K. de Mélo, N. Leitão Júnior, D. da Silva, W. Fantini, UFPE; A. Grisolia, UERJ; M. Novaes, UFPE

Extracting and Standardizing Social Determinants of Health Diagnosis from Problems List from a Large Ambulatory Electronic Health Record (EHR) Database
S. Patel, Allscripts; N. Nguyen, Practice Fusion, Veradigm Health, Allscripts

Agent Based Model to Evaluate Simple Behavioral Changes on Individual Health Over Time
A. Phillips, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Massachusetts General Hospital; M. Sordo, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Addressing the Pressing Home Care Coordination Challenges and Opportunities: A Literature Review
M. Rahman, G. Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Do Urban and Rural Patients Use Telemedicine Differently?
L. Sheets, E. Wallach, M. Becevic, University of Missouri

Adverse Events Monitoring for Medication Assisted Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder: Using Healthcare Data Interoperability to Inform Practice
S. Sinha, University at Buffalo, Veterans Administration Healthcare Center; R. Lee, S. Mullin, J. Hu, A. Brickman, A. Li, University at Buffalo; P. Elkin, University at Buffalo, Veterans Administration Healthcare Center

Plausible Links from Soil Nutrients to Human Diets and Obesity
W. Sumner, University of Missouri, Amaranth Institute

Identifying Non-VA Care Encounters using ADT Messages: Early Data from Two VA Medical Centers
W. Tarver, Roudebush VA Medical Center; O. Bouhaddou, N. Jain, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; B. Dixon, Roudebush VA Medical Center

Using Natural Language Processing to Detect Opioid use Disorder in the Emergency Department
K. Wiley, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; C. Balio, M. Greene, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health; J. Vest, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Challenges and Opportunities of Data Quality Improvement in Healthcare Organizations
Y. Zhang, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; U. Banerjee, G. Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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Querying Clinical Datasets with GraphQL and Concept IDs
J. Garcia, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

An Informatics Framework for Knowledge Representation and Reconciliation of Disease Pathways
Y. Innokenteva, O. Kholod, F. He, D. Wang, R. Hammer, D. Xu, D. Shin, University of Missouri

Designing a Biomedical Information System for Clinical Assessments and Subsequent Interventions for Mental Health and Substance Abuse YMSM Patients of Color with HIV Utilizing Multidimensional Scaling Analysis and Paired Comparisons Techniques
S. Mukherjee, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine And Science

Evaluating Interactive Clustering for Biomedical Information Retrieval
M. Ortiz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University; K. Seki, Konan University; J. Mostafa, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Improving Discoverability of Educational Resources for Clinical and Translational Scientists: Adapting the eagle-i Platform and a Proof-of-Concept Educational Resource Ontology
J. Schneider, M. Ciriello, J. Zhang, A. Panchamia, X. Haurie, T. Naughton, D. Keogh, D. MacFadden, Harvard Catalyst|Clinical and Translational Science Center

Deep Learning Using Electronic Health Records and Genetic Data to Predict Cardiovascular Diseases
J. Zhao, Q. Feng, P. Wu, J. Denny, W. Wei, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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