AMIA 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference Presentations

9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. PDT/12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. EDT

HIV-ASSIST, a Clinical Decision Support Tool to Guide ARV Selection
M. Maddali, University of California San Francisco; M. Shah, Johns Hopkins University

Enabling Patient-centered and Interoperable Patient-facing Clinical Decision Support: Recommendations from the PCCDS Learning Network L. Marcial, B. Lasater, J. Richardson, B. Blumenfeld, RTI International; D. Van Leeuwen, Health Hats; K. Kawamoto, University of Utah

Improving Clinical Decision Support for Lung Cancer Screening in an Electronic Health Record
N. Riley, P. Greco, Y. Tarabichi, D. Kaelber, The MetroHealth System, Case Western Reserve University

Designing and Evaluating Contextualized Drug-Drug Interaction Algorithms
R. Boyce, E. Chou, University of Pittsburgh; B. Balkan, A. Romero, University of Arizona; P. Hansten, J. Horn, University of Washington; V. Subbian, S. Gephart, University of Arizona; D. Malone, University of Utah

An Evidence-based Strategy to Achieve Equivalency and Interoperability for Determinants of Health Assessment, Storage, Exchange and Use
R. Wetta, Cerner Corporation, University of Kansas; R. Severin, Cerner Corporation

Actively Addressing Language-related Social Determinants of Health for Patients with Limited English Proficiency
R. deMayo, J. Im, Connecticut Children's, University of Connecticut School of Medicine; G. Flores, Connecticut Children's, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Health Service Research Institute at Connecticut Children's

The Synergistic Effects of Social Determinants of Health and Racial-ethnicity on 30-day Readmission Disparities in an Inpatient Population
W. Su, C. Cannella, A. Levin, J. Haeusler, I. Adrianto, I. Rubinfeld, Henry Ford Health System

Time and Costs Saved by Patients Electing Telehealth for Diabetes Care
P. Prahalad, N. Pageler, Stanford University

Utilization of Telemedicine in Pediatric Rheumatologic Care
R. Pooni, T. Lee, Stanford Children's

Leveraging Telemedicine Throughout the Perioperative Journey to Enhance the Patient Experience
J. Sherwin, K. Huang, NYU Langone Health

Patient Data, Outcomes and Perspectives in a Remote Monitoring Program: Realizing a Comprehensive Digital Medical Home Strategy
E. Webber, Riley Children's Health at Indiana University Health, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Indiana University School of Medicine; D. Hartman, E. Pattee, Riley Children's Health at Indiana University Health, Indiana University School of Medicine

Tackling Problematic Problem Lists: A Quality Improvement Approach
J. Lee, R. Snyder, J. Chaparro, Nationwide Children's Hospital, The Ohio State University School of Medicine; S. Ramachandran, Nationwide Children's Hospital; J. Hoffman, Nationwide Children's Hospital, The Ohio State University School of Medicine

The EQUIPPED Potentially Inappropriate Medication Dashboard (EPIMD): A Suitable Alternative to In-Person Academic Detailing?
Z. Burningham, Salt Lake City VA Medical Center, University of Utah; G. Jackson, Duke University, Durham VA Medical Center; J. Kelleher, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs; M. Stevens, C. Vaughan, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Emory University; I. Morris, Durham VA Medical Center; J. Cohen, New Orleans VA Medical Center; G. Maloney, Cleveland VA Medical Center

Towards the Development of a Model for Managing Health Technology Risk During Implementations
E. Borycki, University of Victoria, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research; A. Kushniruk, K. Gosselin, University of Victoria

10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. PDT/1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EDT

The Implementation of a Patient Virtual Observer Solution for Safety and Cost Reduction
B. Fox, Atrium Health

Big Data Analytics and Visualization Break QI Silos and Empower Precision Targeting of Interdisciplinary QI: The INFECTALYTICS Project
F. Massicano, A. Flannery, B. Iriabho, A. Bryan, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Hidden Harm: Clinical Informatics and Health Policy Dimensions of a Prescription Monitoring Program Safety Event – A Clinical Case Report
J. Betesh, A. Schettino, J. Lane, J. McGreevey, University of Pennsylvania

Where's My Doctor? The Development of a Novel Electronic Health Record Based Tool to Aid in the Pilot of Scheduled Based Family-centered Rounds on an Inpatient Pediatric Hospital Medicine Service
A. Singh, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Children's Health; S. Perales, Stanford Children's Health; M. Wang, Stanford University School of Medicine

Developing a Sustainable Secure Messaging Platform
M. Cain, E. Christensen, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Indiana University Health; S. Park, L. Wood, L. Napier, J. Schaffer, Indiana University Health

EHR-integrated Core Competency Reporting – A Story from the Cath Lab
E. Anyanwu, B. Petro, J. Johnson, S. Landron, J. Moses, V. Arora, C. Kao, P. Ward, University of Chicago

Accelerating Change – Agility in Governance and Build Drive Faster, Cleaner Optimization
A. Miller, Partners Healthcare

Quantifying Discharge Medication Reconciliation Accuracy at Scale – A Semi-automated, Multi-institution, Retrospective Review
K. Morse, W. Chadwick, Stanford University; W. Paul, W. Haaland, Seattle Children's Hospital; N. Pageler, Stanford University; R. Tarrago, Seattle Children's Hospital

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PDT/4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT

Doctors’ Diagnostic Accuracy with and without Diagnostic Decision Support
G. Rutledge, HealthTap

Time is Brain: Supporting Evidence-based Stroke Process Improvement with Real-time Notifications
T. Walsh, J. Booth, J. Jennings, A. Moody, W. Gregg, HCA Healthcare

Implementing Age-specific CDS Promotes Adherence to Duration Guidelines for Acute Otitis Media in the Pediatric ED
J. Beus, B. Ku, T. Metjian, A. Dodds, J. Irizarry, K. Chiotos, J. Gerber, J. Zorc, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Visualizing Opportunity Index Data Using a Dashboard Application
N. Fareed, C. Swoboda, T. Griesenbrock, H. Gureddygari, A. Aldrich, The Ohio State University

Using CQL to Compare CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines with Washington State Regulations
M. Dorr, University of Washington; B. Karras, Washington State Department of Health; B. Lober, University of Washington

Expanding EHR-prescription Monitoring Program Integration in WA State
J. Baseman, D. Revere, University of Washington; B. Karras, Washington State Department of Health

Practical Issues for Implementing Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Clinical Setting
J. Starren, T. Nelson, N. Rothrock, Northwestern University

Clinical Applications of Commercially Available Fitness Trackers to Analyze Motor Function in Patients with Movement Disorders
J. Jones, H. Wu, S. Purkayastha, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

One PROMIS™ at a Time: Implementation of Depression and Anxiety PROMIS™ Domains as a Standard of Care for Adolescents Undergoing Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
L. McNeely, J. Riley, T. Ganley, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. PDT/5:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m. EDT

Assessment of Accuracy and Usability of a Fee Estimator for Ambulatory Care in an Integrated Health Care Delivery Network
C. Stults, J. Li, D. Frosch, H. Krishnan, Sutter Health; G. Smith-McCurdy, Hill Physicians Medical Group; V. Jones, Sutter Health; A. Chan, Sutter Health, Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research

Speeding Access to Specialty Care with a SMART-on-FHIR Fax-to-Referrals Automation Tool
A. Neinstein, R. Yerramsetty, E. Martin, A. Odisho, S. Murray, M. Blum, N. Gleason, University of California San Francisco

Using a Web-based Electronic Referral System to Monitor and Track Referral Status
E. Reynolds, M. Van Cain, J. Homco, B. Lesselroth, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; D. Kendrick, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, MyHealth Access Network, MedUnison, LLC

A Framework for Multi-Specialty Collaboration to Improve Chronic Care Quality Performance
M. Zeltser, S. Schenck, A. Wachter, K. Tran, A. Adams, B. Stout, Christiana Care

Human-centered Methods to Inform the Design of Information Technologies for Team-based Depression Care
J. Suh, S. Williams, University of Washington; J. Fann, University of Washington, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance; J. Fogarty, G. Hsieh, A. Bauer, University of Washington

Development and Use of an Advanced Patient Registry to Support Team-based Collaborative Care of Perinatal Depression in Community Health Centers
I. Bennett, University of Washington; M. Dearing, M. Middendorf, OCHIN Inc.; A. Bauer, A. Bhat, S. Hunter, University of Washington; R. Gold, Kaiser Permanente NW Center for Health Research, OCHIN Inc.; P. Foley, OCHIN Inc.; T. Grover, M. Vredevoogd, University of Washington; W. Eriksen, F. Barg, University of Pennsylvania

Design of a Social Determinants of Health Screening Tool Using Health Information Exchange and Mobile Technology
M. Van Cain, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; J. Faries, MyHealth Access Network; J. Homco, B. Lesselroth, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; D. Kendrick, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, MyHealth Access Network, MedUnison, LLC

Getting in Front of Cybersecurity Frameworks with a Cyber Vulnerability Profile: Assessing Risk from a Different Perspective
G. Majkowski, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, University of Alabama-Birmingham; S. Feldman, University of Alabama-Birmingham

Findings from a Multicenter Survey on Institutional De-identification Practices
C. Tenore, P. Kovatch, J. Finkelstein, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Silver Lining in the Dark Cloud of Evolving Cannabis Law and High Level Provider EHR Documentation
F. Usmani, C. Dunford, Intermountain Healthcare

8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. PDT/11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. EDT

Machine Learning Predicts Catheter Salvage in Pediatric Central Line-associated Bloodstream Infection
L. Walker, A. Nowalk, UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh; S. Visweswaran, University of Pittsburgh

A Novel Artificial Intelligence Algorithm of Synthetic Sampling for Boosting Accurate Prediction of Infrequent Health Outcomes
G. Fang, I. Annis, University of North Carolina

Prediction of Unplanned Readmission in Infants with Single Ventricle Disease
C. Allen, University of Washington, KenSci; V. Kumar, C. Eckert, KenSci; A. Teredesai, KenSci, University of Washington; A. Ricketts, L. Erickson, P. Churchill, J. Marshall, G. Shirali, Children's Mercy Hospital

Using Computational Ethnography to Measure Changes in Workflow after Implementing Clinical Decision Support
J. Thayer, D. Ferro, R. Grundmeier, L. Utidjian, J. Zorc, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Adaptive Learning of the EHR
R. Patel, A. Landman, S. Carlson, Brigham and Women's Hospital

A Learning Healthcare Systems Approach to Innovating an EHR Training Program
C. Stephens, K. Stevens, National Institutes of Health – Clinical Center

Learning from Patient Journeys: Automatically Tracking Patients with Aortic Stenosis from Initial Diagnosis Through Definitive Treatment
S. Matulevicius, A. Lewis, A. BhattD. Kumbhani, N. Doolabh, M. Basit, D. Willett, University of Texas Southwestern Health System

Aortic Aneurysm: Informatics Driven Detection, Risk Stratification and Treatment
V. Garcia, J. Hajagos, K. Abell-Hart, J. Deng, C. Tsai, V. Lingam, M. Saltz, J. Saltz, A. Tassiopoulos, Stony Brook University Hospital

Informing Colorectal Cancer Screening in Northern Canada using Participatory Simulation Modeling
H. Smith, University of Ottawa, The Ottawa Hospital; J. Yong, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer; K. Kandola, Department of Health and Social Services; R. Boushey, The Ottawa Hospital; C. Kuziemsky, MacEwan University

Enhanced Opioid Prescription Data Visualization
J. LeGrand, S. Anders, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; C. Lehmann, University of Texas Southwestern; C. Pirtle, Vanderbilt University

A Workflow-oriented Approach to Clinical Decision Support for Effective Pain and Opioid Management
U. Thaker, Mount Nittany Medical Center

9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. PDT/ 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EDT

Beyond χ2. Finding Significant Differences in Cohort Studies Despite Wide Ranging Demographic Diversity
G. Lemmon, S. Wesolowski, A. Henrie, M. Yandell, University of Utah

Developing Deep Learning Models for Chest X-Ray Diagnosis at a Latin Health Institution. Key Aspects and Lessons Learned
F. Diaz, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires; C. Mosquera, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional; A. Beresñak, D. Rabinovich, S. Benitez, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires

Results from the First EHR DREAM Challenge: Patient Mortality Prediction
T. Bergquist, Y. Yan, University of Washington; T. Schaffter, T. Yu, Sage Bionetworks; V. Pejaver, N. Hammarlund, J. Prosser, University of Washington; J. Guinney, Sage Bionetworks; S. Mooney, University of Washington

Requirements for Inpatient Hand-off Software: Application of Design Thinking to the User-centered Design Process
R. Yarnall, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine; H. Park, University of Kansas; J. Jarshaw, K. Norton, A. Corbett, M. Van Cain, B. Lesselroth, University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine

How Can We Make Usability Engineering Efficient and Cost-effective for Clinical Informatics?
A. Kushniruk, E. Borycki, University of Victoria

Addressing Preventative Care Gaps using Robotic Process Automation at Bedside
J. Lystra, CommonSpirit Health

Encouraging Collaboration between Applied and Academic Informatics Staff: The Case of the Vanderbilt Clinical Informatics Center
A. Wright, A. McCoy, J. Wanderer, N. Patel, K. Johnson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

HIT Capability Maturity Model: Strengthening the HIT Ecosystem through Self-assessment
J. Shivers, J. Amlung, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; J. Flowers, University of Washington; T. Cullen, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Indiana University

Clinical Informatics Conundrums (CIC@CIC)
P. Fu, City of Hope; J. Hollberg, Emory Healthcare

10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. PDT/1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. EDT

Meaningful, Actionable Pharmacogenomic Patient Results
A. McDermaid, Sanford Health, University of South Dakota; A. Schultz, Sanford Health; C. Hajek, M. Sincan, Sanford Health, University of South Dakota

PheNominal: Phenotype Annotation at the Point-of-Care Using an EHR-embedded Web Application
B. Desai, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Perelman School of Medicine/University of Pennsylvania; M. Singaravelu, L. Medne, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; I. Krantz, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Perelman School of Medicine/University of Pennsylvania

An Infrastructure for Value Set Creation and Maintenance Utilizing a Clinical Interface Terminology
E. Rose, Intelligent Medical Objects, University of Washington; M. Cardwell, F. Masarie, Intelligent Medical Objects; A. Kanter, Intelligent Medical Objects, Columbia University

Social Media for the Physician IT Leader: How to Leverage Online Tools to Facilitate Change Management, Professional Development, and Physician Engagement
C. Joseph, Avaap USA, LLC, El Camino Health; D. Butler, Calyx Healthcare Partners, LLC

Regional Meeting of CMIOs of Competing Health Systems – In Unity There is Strength, Or, If You Want to Go Fast, Go Alone; If You Want to Go Far, Go Together
J. Betesh, J. Howell, University of Pennsylvania

What’s Happening in Your State Capital that You Need to Know to be a Savvy (and Proactive) CMIO?
M. Eisenberg, Stanford Health Care

A. Roberts, Cerner Intelligence

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. PDT/3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EDT

Impact of Risk Stratification and Referral to Social Services on Subsequent Emergency and Hospital Utilization
J. Vest, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; P. Halverson, Indiana University; L. Harris, Indiana University, Eskenazi Health; D. Haut, Eskenazi Health; N. Menachemi, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Relationship Between Adherence to Daily Home Telehealth Use and Cardiology Clinic Visit in Veterans with Heart Failure
J. Guzman, SAVAHCS, VA GLAHS; B. Viernes, VA Salt Lake City, VA Palo Alto Health Care System; M. Lee, M. Farmer, VA GLAHS; B. Wakefield, VA CADRE, University of Missouri; M. Yefimova, Stanford University, VA Palo Alto Health Care System; T. Hahn, VA GLAHS, University of California Los Angeles

FHIR-based Laboratory Order Interoperability between OpenMRS and OpenELIS in Haiti
P. Mankowski, C. White, B. Lober, G. Rossum, C. Liams-Hauser, J. Flowers, University of Washington

The Need for Normalized Terminology and Statement Models: The Case for Solor and Analysis Normal Form using a Wound Care Assessment Example
T. Williams, R. Cholan, A. Sills, A. Li, A. Wang; K. Campbell, J. Nebeker, S. Brown, U.S. Veterans Health Administration

Implementing a Clinical Decision Support Service to Deliver Recommendations Using a Clinical Decision Support Hook
R. Shaw, A. Bartscher, M. Hegland, B. Hickey, B. Hullopeter, C. Maynard, K. Peterson, D. Sottara, R. Chaudhry, Mayo Clinic

Real World Data and Research Common Data Elements: A Case Study in HIV
V. Huser, C. Mayer, N. Williams, National Institutes of Health

Spanish Translation of mHealth Technology
B. Gance-Cleveland, University of Colorado

Health Apps for Everyone: Developing Inclusive User Experience (UX) Criteria
E. Lum, G. Jimenez, S. Bajpai, L. Thai, Z. Huang, J. Car, LKCMedicine, NTU

Supporting the Future Interoperability of a Game-based Symptom Reporting App for Children
L. Linder, University of Utah, Intermountain Healthcare; Y. Chiu, University of Utah; S. Matney, Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah

1:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. PDT/4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. EDT

Delivering Value to the Veteran: Advancing Informatics/Data Infrastructure and Process Interoperability to Ensure a Single Standard Level of Care Across the VHA Enterprise During its 10-year EHR Modernization Effort
D. Massaro, C. Brown, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The Ins and Outs of Veteran Health Information Exchange (VHIE) – Veteran Reactions to Changing from Opt-in to Opt-out
E. Pan, U.S. Veterans Health Administration, Westat; M. Williams, U.S. Veterans Health Administration; N. Botts, U.S. Veterans Health Administration, Westat; N. Hsing, J. Anderson, U.S. Veterans Health Administration

READ-TV: Research and Exploratory Analysis Driven Time-data Visualization
J. Del Gaizo, K. Catchpole, A. Alekseyenko, Medical University of South Carolina

Identifying and Analyzing Inequity in Quality Care
M. Connolly, M. Springman, University of Chicago Medicine

Visualizing Patient-level Risk Factors from Clinical Risk Prediction Algorithms
N. Apathy, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; A. Roberts, R. Hayden, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.; C. Harle, J. Vest, Indiana University, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Leveraging Learning Health Systems: Early Reports on the Journey of Developing a Data Governance Framework
D. Alhuwail, Kuwait University, Dasman Diabetes Institute, Kuwait Health Informatics Association; R. Milhem, Dasman Diabetes Institute

A Path for a Rapid Transformation of Clinical Analytics and Data Strategy
B. Britt, University of Washington Medicine; A. Wilcox, University of Washington Medicine, University of Washington; B. Knosp, University of Iowa

A Proposed Scorecard to Prioritize Successful Health Information Exchange Projects
K. Garrels, D. Kaelber, D. Bar-Shain, Metrohealth Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University

Calculation and Utilization of a Risk-adjusted Test Utilization Index for Process Improvement
M. Ondeck, R. Ber, T. Clarke, B. Tsypenyuk, A. Gonzalez, Temple University

Effect of Closed-loop Medication Administration on Medication Billing Leakage: A Case Study
Z. Eraltug, G. Uzumoglu, O. Bolat, E. Ozkan, Tire Public Hospital; N. Aydin Ates, I. Kose, Istanbul Medipol University

Public Use of a Web-based Treatment Decision Aid: The Personal Patient Profile – Prostate
S. Wolpin, J. McReynolds, B. Lober, D. Berry, University of Washington

Systematic Assessment of Suicide Prevention Strategies in Health Apps
L. Martinengo, L. van Galen, E. Lum, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University; M. Kowalski, University of Split; M. Subramaniam, Institute of Mental Health, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University; J. Car, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, School of Public Health, Imperial College London

How Good is the Decision Support Provided by Apps for Self-management of Blood Glucose for Type 2 Diabetes?
E. Lum, G. Jimenez, Z. Huang, L. Thai, B. Boehm, J. Car, LKCMedicine, NTU

Developing a Matching Algorithm for Identifying Family Units
C. Uptegraft, Boston Children's Hospital, U.S. Air Force, Harvard Medical School; A. Chien, Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School; E. Sprecher, Boston Children's Hospital

Maintaining Adolescent Confidentiality in the Age of Online Patient Portals
J. Xie, P. Fong, A. Hogan, T. McPherson, J. Carlson, N. Pageler, T. Lee, Stanford Children's Health

Supporting LGBT+ Healthcare through Capture of Structured Data in the EHR
S. MacDonald, University of California Davis Health