AMIA 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference Ignite-style Talks

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

S09: Ignite-Style Talks 1 – Igniting Strategies to Tackle Burnout

Echoes of Overload: Sensing Clinician Adaptation to Time Pressure
D. Womack, N. Fox, L. Silvey, A. Balcom, Oregon Health & Science University

Reducing Nursing Burden by Implementing an Admission Essential Clinical Dataset
A. Williams, S. Pagliaroli, Island Health

Inbasket Diet Plan: Strategy to Reduce the Weight of the EHR Inbasket
N. Kashyap, A. Hsiao, Yale New Haven Health/Yale School of Medicine

4Ts Framework for Physician Burnout Interventions in the Workplace: A Systematic Review and Call to Action for Clinical Informaticians
K. Craig, G. Jackson, J. Snowdon, P. DeChant, IBM Watson Health; K. Rhee, IBM Watson Health, IBM Corporation

Driving Provider EHR Efficiency and Satisfaction: An Informatics Case Study to “Sharpen the Axes”
S. Dendrinos, J. Schweigert, J. Millermaier, D. Smith, L. Hoeksema, Spectrum Health

The Practice Experience Program (PEP) – Helping Physicians Finish Faster
S. MacDonald, University of California Davis Health

Addressing Note Bloat in the EHR
D. Smith, Spectrum Health

The Effects of a Problem Oriented View on Clinician Workflow
M. Semanik, P. Kleinschmidt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; D. Willett, University of Texas Southwestern; A. Wright, Vanderbilt University; J. Buchanan, S. Dean, University of Wisconsin-Madison

10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

S36: Ignite-Style Talks 2 – Igniting Excellence, Efficiency and Ease of Use

At the Tip of Your Tongue: Voice-guided Procedural Checklists for Healthcare
B. Desai, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; K. Oh, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; N. Rintoul, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

CancelRx: An Interoperability Standard to Reduce Medication Discrepancies Between Clinics and Community Pharmacies
P. Kleinschmidt, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; T. Watterson, K. Xiong, J. Stone, University of Wisconsin; E. Ramly, L. Craddock, M. Semanik, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; A. Schiefelbein, R. Brown, M. Chui, University of Wisconsin

Where Did the Time Go: A Multivariate Analysis of Epic’s Signal Data at an 8-Hospital Healthcare Organization
C. Kelly, B. Mahnke, B. Walker, C. Laudenbach, MultiCare Health Systems

The 80's Called: They Want Their Pagers Back
R. Jelinek, Hennepin Healthcare

Feasibility and Acceptance of Mobile Point-of-Care Self Testing: A Case Study on the Flu@home Mobile App
V. Lyon, University of Washington; C. LeRouge, Florida International University; M. Thompson, B. Lutz, University of Washington; S. Cooper, Audere

Ready or Not, Real-time is Needed
D. Womack, Oregon Health & Science University

A Learning Health Network of One: How Medical Trainees Can Use the Electronic Health Record for Clinical Feedback
S. Yang, J. Lee, The Ohio State University, Nationwide Children's Hospital; J. Chaparro, Nationwide Children's Hospital

Axe the Fax for Summary of Care
J. Moore, K. Pinsky, Penn Medicine