AMIA 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference Posters

Tuesday, May 19, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. PDT/6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EDT

A Systematic Review of Health System EHR-based CKD Registry in the USA
Y. Wu, A. Wilcox, University of Washington

Low-dose Aspirin for Primary Prevention in Veterans: Using Data Analysis to Quantify Guideline Scope
S. Ong, Yale School of Medicine, VA Connecticut Healthcare System; C. Ruser, J. Kravetz, B. Malm, T. Kawecki, G. Hauser, VA Connecticut Healthcare System, Yale School of Medicine

Enabling Precision Mitochondrial Medicine through Novel Integration, Visualization, and Complex Analytics of Clinical and Research Data
I. George-Sankoh, L. MacMullen, B. Devkota, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; D. Taylor, R. Ganetzky, M. Falk, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania

Patient Facing Risk Assessment for Lynch Syndrome in Oncology: PREMM5 Application Build and Integration in Electronic Health Record
N. McCleary, J. Cleveland, B. Black, M. Hassett, C. Ukaegbu, S. Syngal, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Association of Social Determinants of Health with Electronic Patient Portal Adoption
A. Nguyen, M. Keller, J. He, P. Roberts, Cedars-Sinai

A Fuzzy Rule-based Expert System for the Differential Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
L. Akramian Arani, Kashan University of Medical Sciences and Health Services; F. Sadoughi, Iran University of Medical Science

The Reach and Adoption of an Outpatient Clinic Check-in iPad Program Leveraging FHIR and EHR RESTful APIs
A. Dharod, R. Bundy, A. Snavely, N. Puccinelli-Ortega, K. Foley, Wake Forest School of Medicine; M. Dignan, M. Cromo, University of Kentucky; D. Flores, D. Miller, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Improving the Efficiency of Clinical Trial Recruitment Using EHR via Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning
T. Cai, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; F. Cai, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; K. Dahal, Brigham and Women's Hospital; C. Hong, Harvard Medical School; K. Liao, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, VA Boston Healthcare System

Federating Medical Data: How much can Deep Learning Models Benefit?
F. Rabe, F. Stieler, B. Bauer, University of Augsburg

Hacking the Handoffs Dilemma
R. Jelinek, Hennepin Healthcare

Algorithms to Identify and Differentiate Shock in Combat Casualties
Y. Pinevich, Mayo Clinic; A. Amos-Binks, C. Burris, G. Rule, R. Lowe, Applied Research Associates, Inc.; B. Pickering, Mayo Clinic; C. Nemeth, Applied Research Associates, Inc.; V. Herasevich, Mayo Clinic

Pilot Study of User-centered Clinical Decision Support for Emergency Department-initiated Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder
W. Holland, Yale University School of Medicine; B. Nath, F. Li, K. Kacyvenski, Yale University; H. Paek, Yale New Haven Health System; J. Dziura, H. Rajeevan, C. Lu, L. Katsovich, G. D’Onofrio, E. Melnick, Yale University

Leveraging Technology and Standardization of Patient Flow Process in a Perioperative Clinic at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center: Measuring the Value Using Time Driven Activity Based Costing (TDABC)
K. French, S. Popovich, T. Andrabi, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Implementation and Integration into EHR a Software-guided Insulin Dosage Application in High Acuity Inpatient Settings
H. Heo, NYU Winthrop Hospital, NYU Long Island School of Medicine; G. Doty, NYU Langone Health; V. Peragallo-Dittko, S. Klek, J. Feldman, A. Vintzileos, NYU Winthrop Hospital, NYU Long Island School of Medicine

Evaluating the Relationship Between Fitbit Sleep Data and Self-reported Mood, Sleep and Environmental Contextual Factors in Healthy Adults
D. Thota, Madigan Army Medical Center

The App Rating Inventory (ARI): A New Tool to Evaluate Mobile Health Apps
R. Ciulla, Defense Health Agency

The Usability of Rehabilitation Technologies Aimed at Supporting Shared Decision-making: A Scoping Review
R. Alhasani, N. George, S. Ahmed, McGill University

Prospective Application of Implementation Science Theories and Frameworks to use PROMs in Routine Clinical Care within an Integrated Pain Network
N. George, O. Eilayyan, R. Visca, D. Zidarov, S. Ahmed, McGill University

Using Clinical Decision Support to Reduce Cost via Intravenous-to-Oral Medication Conversion: A Pilot Study and Cost Analysis
R. Turer, C. Pirtle, D. Mulherin, S. Stenner, S. Nelson, A. McCoy, M. Alrifai, C. Lehmann, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Perceptions and People: Factors Associated with Adoption of the Vocera Collaboration Suite
T. Byrd, J. Kim, K. O'Leary, Northwestern Medicine

Tablet Based Screening Identifies More At-risk Primary Care Patients than Staff Based Screening
D. Miller, R. Bundy, K. Foley, Wake Forest School of Medicine; M. Dignan, University of Kentucky; D. Flores, A. Snavely, N. Puccinelli-Ortega, A. Dharod, Wake Forest School of Medicine; M. Cromo, University of Kentucky

Utilizing Heart Rate Variability to Gain Insight into Effectiveness of a Technology-Based Social Emotional Learning Biofeedback Intervention among Psychiatric Youth Inpatients
A. Chen, University of Washington; M. Ornelas-Mendoza, Seattle Children's Hospital; C. Rockhill, University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital

Satisfaction of Patients and Group Leaders Utilizing Technology-based Social Emotional Learning Interventions in a Youth Inpatient Psychiatric Setting
J. Bowen, A. Klaich, University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital; A. Chen, University of Washington; C. Rockhill, University of Washingto, /Seattle Children's Hospital

Medication Reconciliation: Rec It Right, So It’s Not a Wreck
T. Rungvivatjarus, E. Fisher, Rady Children's Hospital, University of California San Diego; L. Miller, K. Sanderson, Rady Children's Hospital; G. Billman, K. Rhee, C. Kuelbs, Rady Children's Hospital, University of California San Diego

Chemotherapy Remote Care Monitoring Program – Integration of SMS Text Questionnaire in EHR to Identify Patients Needing Intervention for Chemotherapy-induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV)
S. Hough, S. Kraft, C. Christen, R. McDevitt, V. Nachar, A. Brown, B. Walters, J. Smerage, University of Michigan

Addressing Clinician Burnout: Contextual Design for Data Visualization
E. Puster, B. McConomy, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Eskenazi Medical Group; T. Schleyer, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Improving Intranasal Naloxone Prescribing Through EMR Modification and Automation
S. Crusco, S. Rajupet, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, James J. Peters VA Medical Center

Use of Machine Learning to Predict Severity of Chest Injury from Clinical Texts
S. Kulshrestha, Loyola University Chicago, Loyola University Medical Center; B. Sharma, Rush University Medical Center; R. Gonzalez, Loyola University Chicago, Loyola University Medical Center; C. Joyce, D. Dligach, Loyola University Chicago; M. Churpek, University of Wisconsin; M. Afshar, Loyola University Chicag, /Loyola University Chicago

Semi-automated Serum Protein Electrophoresis (SPEP) Reporting Using a Lab-developed Python App
G. Eskandari, P. Christensen, S. Long, Houston Methodist Hospital

A Tool to Study Clinician Workflow in the Emergency Department
S. Bennett, J. Blumenthal, MedStar Institute for Innovation; A. Bisantz, University at Buffalo; S. Mathur, T. Kim, MedStar Institute for Innovation; A. Hettinger, Georgetown University School of Medicine

Automatic Real Time Categorization of Patient Acuity Utilizing Electronic Health Record Data
E. Nguyen, Seattle Children's Hospital; A. Pollack, Seattle Children's Hospital, University of Washington

Use of R for a Novel Web-based Application to Manage Platelet Transfusion-refractory Patients
J. Juskewitch, M. Gandhi, J. Kreuter, A. Norgan, Mayo Clinic

A New Approach to Documenting and Reporting of Clinical Trial-emergent Adverse Events
A. Zelenetz, M. Allison, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

A Prototype for Process-based Intraoperative Documentation
I. Killer, O. Burgert, Reutlingen University

Improving Quality through Clinical Decision Support for Patients with a History of RBC Alloantibodies
T. Schneider, J. Kannry, Mount Sinai

Deep Learning with Transformer-based Language Models for Relation Extraction from Medical and Clinical Text
A. Kakrana, J. Holmes, K. Raha, Elsevier

MPath-Heme - A Clinical Hematopathology Integrated Reporting Tool Built with Flexible Schemas and Modern Web Development Practices
J. Ziegler, A. Syed, S. Lachhander, S. Dass, J. Wardrope, Q. Gao, J. Philip, E. Stamelos, J. Garcia, C. Perkins, M. Yabe, S. Sirintrapun, M. Hameed, V. Reuter, D. Klimstra, A. Dogan, A. Zehir, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Applying Text Classification Techniques to Locally Generated Clinical Notes
A. Teng, A. Wilcox, University of Washington

Trends in Antibiotic Resistance of 20 Priority Bacterial Pathogens Between 2012-2017 Using Aggregate Electronic Health Record (EHR) Data
S. Sivasankar, M. Hoffman, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Children's Mercy Hospital

Improving Provider Efficiency with the Electronic Medical Record
K. Scott, E. Hathaway, P. Smailes, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Comparing Natural Language Processing and Discrete Data-based Strategies for Identification of Fall Patients in the Emergency Department
B. Patterson, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison; G. Jacobsohn, A. Maru, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; A. Venkatesh, Yale University School of Medicine; M. Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison; M. Shah, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison; E. Mendonca, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Indiana University School of Medicine

Explainable AI for Discovering the Disease Topology and Outcomes Trajectory of Diabetes Based on EHR
S. Wesolowski, G. Lemmon, A. Henrie, E. Hernandez, J. Lazaro Guevara, M. Pezzolesi, M. Yandell, University of Utah

Using Electronic Health Record Data and Machine Learning to Predict Outpatient Falls After Emergency Department Visits
A. Clegg, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; C. Engstrom, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison; G. Jacobsohn, B. Patterson, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Decreasing False Critical Value Alerts by Using a Rules Based Approach in Cerner
S. McCash, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

MD Aware: Quantifying Nurse-provider Communication in the Emergency Department
S. Mathur, J. Blumenthal, MedStar Health; A. Bisantz, E. Franklin, T. Kim, MedStar Health; A. Hettinger, MedStar Health, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital

Improved Utilization of a Standardized Order Set for Patients Care in a Tertiary Care Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic with the Introduction of an Express Lane
S. Horst, K. Bishop, A. Wright, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Utilizing Contextual Inquiry in the FDA Investigational New Drug Process
S. Shepard, J. Bidwell, K. Whelply, J. Hariadi, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Expert Consensus-building Methodology to Curate Evidence to Support Non-FDA Approved Oncologic Uses of Drugs from Scientific Literature
E. Scheufele, M. Baca, S. Laclaire, H. Feldman, N. Kutub, B. South, IBM Watson Health; G. Jackson, IBM Watson Health, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

From Many to One: Designing a Unified Flowsheet in the EMR to Replace Multiple Disparate Devices
D. Robins, M. Figee, H. Mayberg, J. Finkelstein, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Wednesday, May 20, 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. PDT/6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. EDT

Automated Methods to Identify Important, Actionable Information within Scanned and Outside EHR Documents: Searching the PDF Haystack to Benefit Patients
A. Kostrinsky-Thomas, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences; F. Hisama, T. Payne, University of Washington School of Medicine

NLP-PIER 2.0: A Redesigned Clinical Document Search Interface for Researchers
G. Hultman, R. McEwan, B. Knoll, R. Zhang, S. Pakhomov, G. Melton-Meaux, University of Minnesota

Leveraging the Medication Administration Record (MAR) and Bar-Code Medication Administration (BCMA) for Nutrition Support Therapies in Acute Care Settings
S. Citty, North Florida South Georgia VHS, University of Florida; R. Bjarnadottir, University of Florida; B. Marlowe, S. Jones, A. Kamel, University of Florida Health; C. Garvan, G. Keenan, University of Florida; S. Sanders, L. Westhoff, University of Florida Health

Pitfalls of Using Structured Data in a Pediatric De-identified Database
L. Knake, L. Tang, A. McCoy, Vanderbilit University Medical Center

Beyond Secure Messaging: Replacing Pagers with a Modern Communication Platform Using a Multi-modal Use-case Driven Approach
J. Schaffer, Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine; E. Christensen, M. Cain, Regenstrief Institute, Inc,; H. Lovely, S. May, M. Rusty, Indiana University Health; E. Webber, Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine; S. Park, L. Aaron, Indiana University Health

Disrupting Patient Consent: A Distributed Architecture for Securing and Managing Patient Consent using Blockchains
R. Johnson, S. Weaver, S. Nachimuthu, 3M Health Information Systems

Improving Resident EMR Implementation: The Case for Peer Experts
W. Toth, L. Grubish, Madigan Army Medical Center

Data-driven Clinical Decision Support for Tinnitus Diagnosis and Therapy
K. Tarnowska, B. Dispoto, J. Conragan, San Jose State University

Improved, Sustained Patient Screening with Reduced Clinician Workflow Training using In-line, Context-aware Decision Support
M. Rafalski, J. Gill, Heart of Texas Community Health Center, Waco Applied Clinical Informatics Fellowship

Standards, Standards, Standards: Interoperability Framework and Health Information Exchange
L. Whittenburg, T. Turner, J. Anderson, Veterans Health Administration

Facilitating Family Communication about Genetic Testing through ConnectMyVariant, an Educational Website: Development and Preliminary Usability Assessment
C. Ng, University of Washington School of Public Health; B. Shirts, A. Chen, University of Washington School of Medicine

Prediction Explanations May Improve NICU Sepsis Prediction Models
A. Masino, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine; M. Harris, R. Grundmeier, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Estimating the Cost of an Unfunded Mandate: Lessons for Clinical Informaticists and Policymakers in the Case of Pennsylvania Act 96
J. McGreevey, C. Hanson, University of Pennsylvania Health System

Delivering Adoption and Adherence through Design Thinking
D. King, S. Teckie, J. Solomon, M. Diefenbach, Northwell Health

Data Quality Assessment for Medicaid Data: Toward Achieving Better Data Quality to Support Learning Health Systems
G. Koru, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Y. Zhang, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Northwestern University; A. Rahman, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Leveraging Data Analytics to Redesign the Electronic Health Record and Improve Pediatric Sepsis Care
R. Torres, E. Haines, A. Flores, E. Pineda, V. Flaviano, M. Legaspi, NYU Langone Health

Knowledge Management (KM) Reviewer Tools for Supporting Day-to-Day Tasks and Enhancing Decision Support During the Regulatory Process
J. Bidwell, K. Whelply, S. Shepard, J. Hariadi, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Shared Cognition Mobile Rounding and Educational Tool
A. Brickman, G. Anaya, J. Hu, B. Mackenzie, S. Mullin, S. Sinha, A. Li, University at Buffalo; P. Elkin, University at Buffalo, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; R. Quigg, University at Buffalo

An EMR-embedded, Clinician-designed Solution for Cross-Disciplinary Communication to Improve Discharge Time and Decrease Length of Stay
C. Kelly, A. Schleyer, A. White, University of Washington; E. Faucher, TransformativeMed; K. Seitz, T. Renkens, J. Berger, E. Van Eaton, University of Washington

eLearning Usability for Provider EMR Training
E. Hathaway, K. Scott, P. Smailes, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Involving Stakeholders in the Design of an Interactive Guide for Patients with Advanced Cancer
R. Sharma, S. Tsui, A. Chen, University of Washington

Enabling Informed Decisions through Impactful Analytics – Advanced Diagnostic Cancer Imaging Orders Project
C. Villalba, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Evaluation of Electronic Documentation Implementation in Consuelo, Dominican Republic
S. Craig, A. Luberti, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Utilizing Standardized Documentation to Improve the Clarity and Efficiency of Inter-unit Periprocedural Communication
D. Reyes, E. Simon, E. McCaffrey, L. Horwitz, E. Aaltonen, NYU School of Medicine

Using Human-centered Design to Develop ROSTR: An EHR-Integrated Real-time Online Summary of Team Resources for Care Coordination
Q. Ma, E. Kim, K. Martin, H. Mittelstaedt, D. Stein, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Diagnostic Test Follow-up Support: Incomplete Test Notifications, Purge of Non-essential Notifications, and Flexible Secondary Pool Assignment
P. Hong, J. Sabino, Boston Children's Hospital; C. Parsons, M. Harper, Boston Children's Hospital

Note It Right: Utilizing EMR Tools to Reduce Note Bloat in Inpatient Progress Note Templates
A. Chong, B. Lee, E. Mannino Avila, M. Cameron, C. Kuelbs, University of California San Diego

CLASSE GATOR (CLinical Acronym SenSE disambiGuATOR): A Method for Predicting Acronym Sense from Neonatal Clinical Notes
M. Boland, University of Pennsylvania

The Impact of Virtual Transcription Systems on Patients, Providers, and Operations
L. Thomas, Duke Private Diagnostics Clinic; M. Boazak, Duke University School of Medicine, Duke Health Technology Solutions; J. Wosik, Duke Health Technology Solutions, Duke University School of Medicine; E. McPeek, Duke Health Technology Solutions

Do Providers of Different Specialties Vary in Clinical Administrative Burden?
M. Boazak, Duke University School of Medicine/Duke Health Technology Solutions; E. McPeek, Duke Health Technology Solutions

Employing Profiling Techniques to Assess the Quality of Electronic Data for ‘Fit-for-Purpose’ Prior to Conducting a Survival Analysis for Adults with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
V. Ngo, T. Keegan, B. Jonas, University of California Davis; M. Hogarth, University of California San Diego; K. Kim, University of California Davis

Considerations of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs and Department of Defense’s Organizational Consent Policies and Aggregated Continuity of Care Documents Configurations
E. Hwang, Deloitte; M. Swall, JP Systems; V. Tran, Deloitte; D. Klein, JP Systems; T. Turner, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; L. Harbin, JP Systems

Evaluating the Implementation of a Word Cloud Visualization of a Patient’s Problem List
H. Tan, Lehigh University, Vanderbilt University; Y. Kumah-Crystal, D. Giuse, Vanderbilt University

Towards a Complexity Metric for EHR-based Cohort Definitions
P. Brandt, University of Washington; J. Pacheco, Northwestern University; R. Kiefer, Mayo Clinic; F. Mentch, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; N. Shang, C. Weng, Columbia University; N. Walton, Geisinger; D. Carrell, Kaiser Permanente Washington; C. Chute, Johns Hopkins University; W. Wei, R. Carroll, Vanderbilt University; J. Pathak, Weill Cornell Medicine; Y. Luo, L. Rasmussen, Northwestern University

Usability Assessment of a Patient-centered Mobile Phone App (“iHeartU”) with a Virtual Human Assistant for Self-management of Heart Failure
L. Zhang, University of Massachusetts Boston; M. Volonte, S. Babu, Clemson University

Engagement of Clinical Nurses in Text Mining: Enhancing Interpretability and Clinical Relevance of a Fall Prevention Algorithm
R. Bjarnadottir, R. Lucero, University of Florida; L. Solberg, North Florida, South Georgia Veterans Health System; Y. Wu, University of Florida; K. Martinez, S. Bolin, S. Dwarica, J. Thomas, University of Florida Health Shands Hospital

Healthcare Informatics Governance and the Evaluation of End User Satisfaction and EHR Usability
B. Newman, Oregon Health & Science University

A Learning Health System to Prevent and Control Myopia Development in Youths
J. Yu, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; S. Liu, J. Zhuang, K. Yu, Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center

Effect of GnRH Agonist on Bone Mineral Density in Korean Women with Breast Cancer: Evidences from the Real-world Data
M. Park, Pusan National University Hospital

Synthetic AirForce: Modeling the Population Effects of Changing Occupational Standards in the United States Air Force
C. Uptegraft, Boston Children's Hospital, U.S. Air Force, Harvard Medical School; J. Walonoski, MITRE

Experience Running CQL Against the OHDSI Platform
R. Kiefer, Mayo Clinic; P. Brandt, University of Washington; L. Rasmussen, J. Pacheco, Northwestern University; P. Adekkanattu, Z. Xu, J. Ancker, F. Wang, J. Pathak, Weill Cornell University; Y. Luo, Northwestern University; G. Jiang, Mayo Clinic

Leveraging Health System Sciences to Teach Provider Personalization Classes: A Novel Approach to Advanced Skill Development
J. Feldman, G. Ilizarov, R. Prescott, U. Kothari, H. Heo, O. Barzideh, J. Austrian, A. Szerencsy, NYU Langone Health

Use of Novel Tool Utilizing ICD10 Codes Associated with Hospitalizations for Pharmacovigilance Surveillance
J. Meier, C. Dillon, VA Sierra Pacific Network; C. Wrzesniewski, VA Palo Alto Health Care System

Assessing Authentication Behaviors to Inform Customized Solutions Using Log Data - While Maintaining Privacy and Promoting Standards
J. Thomas, A. Teng, F. Roesner, University of Washington; A. Wilcox, University of Washington, University of Washington Medicine; C. Ewell, University of Washington Medicine

Clinical Data Pipeline to Support Quality Assessment and Value-based Payments
T. Edinger, Oregon Health & Science University

STORY+: Designing a Culturally Sensitive Engagement App for African American Breast Cancer Survivors
A. Singh, B. Schooley, University of South Carolina

Improvements in Provider Satisfaction and Clinical Outcomes through Workflow Analysis and Design of Lumbar Puncture Order Sets
U. Momah, D. Stanley, M. Blechner, S. Allen, University of Connecticut