AMIA 2020 Informatics Summit Posters

(*Student Posters)

Monday, March 23
5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Poster Session 1 and Reception sponsored by:

Track: Clinical Research Informatics

Associations Linking Progressive Hearing Loss to Patient Diagnostic Data
J. Racca, L. Hood, Vanderbilt University; B. Crenshaw, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Medical School

Validating Medication Triggers for Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
J. Doole, J. Hartman, M. Palchuk, TrinetX, Harvard Medical School

* One-year, Weekly Online Survey to Monitor Healthcare Visits and its Association With Walking-Speed in Older Adults.
I. Fowe, OHSU-PSU School of Public Health

Distributed High Performance Computing for MIMIC-III: Lessons Learned Implementing MIMIC on SparkSQL
T. Goodwin, D. Demner-Fushman, National Library of Medicine

* New Asimov’s Laws: Finding Universal Morality in Artificial Intelligence
R. Huang, Massachusetts General Hospital

* Defining Albumin Usage & Variation Across an Integrated Health System
W. Jungbauer, University of Minnesota; G. Rajamani, Stanford University; E. Lindemann, University of Minnesota; L. Heinrich, B. Manhani, M Health Fairview; G. Melton, University of Minnesota, M Health Fairview

A Learning Data Cycle: Information Powering Prediction
J. Klann, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Partners Healthcare; T. McCoy, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital; A. Cirino, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital; C. Ho, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

* An Algorithm to Identify Patient Relocation Events (‘Moves’) from Electronic Health Records Data
J. Meeker, M. Boland, H. Burris, University of Pennsylvania

* Effect of Different Input Terminology Representation in Predictive Modeling
L. Rasmy, F. Tiryaki, Y. Zhou, Y. Xiang, C. Tao, H. Xu, D. Zhi, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

HL7 FHIR Document Lifecycle for Single IRB Document Exchange
M. Rutherford, A. Walden, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; W. Hammond, E. Eisenstein, V. West, Duke University; K. Donovan, E. Seker, S. Kenchey, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; M. Zozus, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Classification of Nurse's Innovation Ability: Application of Latent Profile Analysis
J. Sun, Shanghai Children's Medical Center

* CTD: A Novel Method that "Connects the Dots" Within a Network by Identifying the Optimally Connected Subgraph Within a Larger Subgraph
L. Thistlethwaite, V. Petrosyan, S. Elsea, A. Milosavljevic, Baylor College of Medicine

* Subtypes of Alcohol Misuse in Hospitalized Patients
D. To, Stritch School of Medicine; B. Sharma, C. Joyce, D. Dligach, Loyola University Chicago; E. Salisbury-Afshar, American Institute of Research; N. Karnik, Rush University Medical Center; M. Afshar, Loyola University Chicago

Performance of an e-Trigger to Detect Missed Stroke Diagnosis In Patients with Headache or Dizziness Symptoms in Emergency Department
V. Vaghani, L. Wei, U. Mushtaq, A. Zimolzak, Baylor College of Medicine, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; D. Sittig, University of Texas Health Science Center; H. Singh, Baylor College of Medicine, Michael E. DeBakey, VA Medical Center

Challenges and Opportunities for Data Standards to Support Rare Diseases
E. Wood, T. Campion, S. Malhotra, J. Pathak, Weill Cornell Medical College

* AutoScore: An Automatic Clinical Score Generator with Logistic Regression and Machine Learning
F. Xie, B. Chakraborty, National University of Singapore; L. Low, Singapore General Hospital; M. Ong, National University of Singapore, Singapore General Hospital; N. Liu, National University of Singapore, Singapore Health Services

Track: Data Science

A Tool for Rapid Identification and Extraction of Census Variables for Incorporation into Observational Research
K. Allen, D. Hood, J. Warvel, J. Vanschaik, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

* Examining Patient Portal Messages and their Association with Hormonal Therapy Medication Discontinuation
S. Das, New Mexico State University; Z. Yin, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Doctor Shopping: Towards a National Study using Commercial Claims
C. Delcher, D. Harris, N. Nowlin, E. Shin, University of Kentucky

* Clinical Phenotyping Using Semantic Knowledge Graphs
R. Iqbal, K. Chen, MD Anderson Cancer Center; E. Bernstam, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Deep Learning to Predict Harmful Neurological and Musculoskeletal Side Effects for Patients Receiving Long Term Opioid Treatment
S. Kasthurirathne, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health; S. Grannis, M. Bair, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

A Novel Use of Bar Code Medication Administration Data to Examine Inpatient Nursing Processes
M. Knox, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Baylor College of Medicine; P. Mehta, University of Houston; L. Dorsey, C. Yang, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center; M. Kuebeler, Baylor College of Medicine; L. Petersen, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, Baylor College of Medicine

Deep Learning Approach to Predict Brain Metastases Development in Lung Cancer Patients from EHR Data
Z. Li, P. Zhu, Y. Zhou, D. Zhi, H. Xu, Y. Esquenazi, W. Zheng, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

* Evaluating Clinical Guidelines Using Regression Discontinuity Design
T. Liu, University of Pennsylvania; P. Lawlor, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; L. Ungar, K. Kording, University of Pennsylvania

Bridging the Divide: Leveraging the PCORnet CDM to Make EHR Data Generally Accessible for Patient-centered Outcome Research
Y. Liu, Duke University Health System, Duke University; B. Goldstein, Duke University

Capturing Medical Practice with Indication Embeddings
R. Melamed, University of Chicago

Computer Says YES- AI Predictive Model to Identify Need for Post-acute Care Following Inpatient Admission
J. Naeem, A. Karam, S. Chang, M. Julka, Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation

Understanding Breast Implant Illness via Social Media Data Analysis
V. Dey, C. Lee, X. Ning, The Ohio State University

* Longitudinal Prostate Cancer Outcome Predictive Model for CRPC Treatment Using Phased-LSTM
J. Park, M. Rho, J. Lee, Catholic University of Korea

* Evaluation of Early Warning Scores for Sepsis Prediction on the General Ward
N. Shivakumar, S. Yu, A. Michelson, A. Gupta, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis; K. Betthauser, Barnes-Jewish Hospital; M. Kollef, A. Lai, P. Payne, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

An Interpretable Deep Learning Framework for Disease Staging
L. Yao, University of Buffalo; Z. Yao, J. Hu, Z. Sun, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center

How Good is Artificial Intelligence at Automatically Answering Consumer Questions Related to Alzheimer’s Disease?
K. Soundararajan, Carnegie Mellon University; S. Fu, L. Carlson, R. Smith, D. Knopman, H. Liu, Y. Wang, Mayo Clinic

Track: Informatics Implementation

* Diagnosis Prevalence vs. Efficacy in Machine-learning Based Diagnostic Decision Support
G. Alon, E. Chen, Brown University; G. Savova, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School; C. Eickhoff, Brown University

MSK Perioperative Visualization Tools to Drive Operational Decision Making
J. Cusimano, S. Bethusamy, C. Stromblad, K. Zhou, M. Kerpelev, S. Ahmed, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center; K. Rowell, D. Benevento, HealthDataViz; R. Belenkaya, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

* Computer Psychiatric Interview Productivity and Transcription Load Effects
D. Hager, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Using SemRep to Detect Adverse Drug Events in Biomedical Abstracts
T. He, K. Kreimeyer, T. Botsis, Johns Hopkins University

Feasibility of Executing Phenotype Algorithms Based on Clinical Quality Language Against the OMOP Common Data Model
R. Kiefer, Mayo Clinic; L. Rasmussen, J. Pacheco, Northwestern University; P. Brandt, University of Washington; P. Adekkanattu, Z. Xu, J. Ancker, F. Wang, J. Pathak, Weill Cornell Medicine; Y. Luo, Northwestern University; G. Jiang, Mayo Clinic

Reorganizing Emergency Department Information Systems to Reduce Physician Cognitive Load
J. McClay, University of Nebraska Medical Center; J. Nielson, Northeast Ohio Medical University; B. Slovis, Jefferson University

* Implementation of Artificial Intelligence-enabled Clinical Decision Support: A Systematic Review of Clinical Outcomes
J. McNabb, Duke University; S. Wan, Vanderbilt University; T. Bright, IBM Watson Health; K. Unertl, A. McCoy , Vanderbilt University Medical Center; S. Weeraratne, IBM Watson Health

How Many Ways Can You Say That? Determining Linguistic Variation in Clinical Documents
F. Meng, VA Boston Healthcare System, Boston University School of Medicine; C. Morioka, University of California, Los Angeles; D. Elbers, VA Boston Healthcare System

Development of an Implementation Planning Process for Patient-reported Outcomes in a Clinical Setting
T. Nelson, Northwestern University; J. Bian, University of Florida; A. Boyd, University of Illinois at Chicago; K. Davis, Northwestern Medicine; Y. Guo, University of Florida; B. Harris, K. Kochendorfer, A. Valenta, University of Illinois at Chicago; K. Hynes, D. Liebovitz, University of Chicago; K. Martin, D. Weinbrenner, S. White, University of Florida; N. Rothrock, J. Starren, Northwestern University

Minimizing Resource Inputs for Site-specific Usability Testing
R. Pierce, B. Eskridge, L. Rehard, University of Missouri; B. Ross, Cerner Corporation; M. Day, J. Belden, University of Missouri, Cerner Corporation

Pharmacological Information Needs Expressed Through a Natural Language Conversational Agent
A. Preininger, A. Buchold, J. Heiland, R. Nipper, IBM, G. Jackson, IBM Watson Health

WikiMedMap: Expanding the Phenotyping Mapping Toolbox Using Wikipedia
L. Sulieman, P. Wu, J. Denny, L. Bastarache, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Data Driven Approach to Improve Inpatient Diabetes Care
C. Tsai, V. Garcia, M. Saltz, V. Lingam, R. Rocconi, P. Murphy, D. Kelly, J. Hajagos, J. Saltz, J. Miller, Stony Brook University

Cloud Services for Patient Cohort Identification Using i2b2
K. Wagholikar, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital; S. Joshi, V. Vernekar, Y. Ostrovsky, S.Desai, P. Magdum, S. Wakle, S. Jain, A. Zagade, R. Patel, Persistent Systems Private Limited; S. Murphy, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

* Barriers and Facilitators to Adoption of Artificial Intelligence-based Clinical Decision Support: Preliminary Findings of a Systematic Review
S. Wan, Vanderbilt University; J. McNabb, Duke University; T. Bright, IBM Watson Health; K. Unertl, Vanderbilt University; S. Weeraratne, IBM Watson Health; A. McCoy, Vanderbilt University

Making Cerner Clinical Data Analysis Ready using OMOP Common Data Model and i2b2 for OMOP
E. Young, P. Wang, Provincial Health Services Authority of British Columbia

Track: Translational Bioinformatics

TranQL: A Query Language and Interactive Visualization Tool for Reasoning across Clinical and Biomedical Knowledge Graphs
S. Cox, H. Xu, K. Fecho, C. Bizon, A. Tropsha, S. Ahalt, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Application of a Biomedical Question-answering System to Support Reasoning on MCAT Questions
C. Bizon, K. Fecho, S. Cox, J. Balhoff, Y. Kebede, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; P. Wang, K. Morton, CoVar Applied Technologies; S. Ahalt, A. Tropsha, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

InfoUsion (Informatics + Transfusion Medicine): A Big Data Solution for Monitoring Blood Product Utilization Data in Near Real-time
B. Guillory, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

A Translational Bioinformatics Workflow for Rapid Target and Therapeutic Discovery in the Setting of Infectious Diseases
W. Osman, Institute for Next Generation Healthcare; S. Kannattikuni, Georgetown University; R. Roy, BITS; K. Johnson, B. Glicksberg, Institute for Next Generation Healthcare; A. Vadakkan Cherian, Max Plank Institute for Heath and Lung Research; O. Mathew, Indian Institute of Information Technology; L. Subramanian, New York University; B. Readhead, J. Dudley, Institute for Next Generation Healthcare; S. Khader, Northwell Health

* Deep Immunohistochemistry: Quantitative Analyses of Glioma Immunohistochemistry Images for Protein Expression Measurement
V. Mathew, Harvard Medical School, University of California, Los Angeles; K. Yu, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Whole-blood Gene Profiling of Patients Fitted with a Percutaneous Osseointegrated Lower-limb Prosthesis
A. Miller, University of Utah; S. Jeyapalina, B. Bennett, University of Utah, Department of Veteran Affairs Hospital; K. Eilbeck, University of Utah; J. Beck, University of Utah, Department of Veteran Affairs Hospital

A Criteria to Break Through Traditional Brick and Mortar Studies to a Patient-Centered Digitalized Approach
J. Morello, Quinnipiac University ; D. Gabriel, Johns Hopkins University; A. Walden, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

* Inferring Cell-type-Specific Rhythmicity in the Mouse Circadian Transcriptome
D. Obodo, J. Hughey, Vanderbilt University

PhenX Common Measures for Collaborative Research: New Development
H. Pan, J. Beverly, L. Cox, S. Edwards, L. Gridley, V. Hench, T. Hendershot, W. Huggins, S. Hwang, C. Ives, M. Krzyzanowski, M. Mandal, D. Maiese, M. Phillips, Y. Qin, A. Riley, J. Schoden, RTI International; N. Pino, E. Ramos, National Human Genome Research Institute; C. Hamilton, RTI International

Terminology for Classification of Recruitment Materials in Clinical Studies Towards FHIR-based Exchange
E. Seker, S. Kenchey, A. Walden, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; W. Hammond, Duke University; M. Rutherford, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; E. Eisenstein, V. West, Duke University; K. Donovan, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; M. Zozus, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

* Using Single Nucleotide Variants Co-clustering Distances in Multi-sample Data as a Phylogenetic Distance
C. Vera Recio, MD Anderson Cancer Center

Drug Interaction Corpus
S. Zhang, Ohio State University; H. Wu, Genentech; L. Rocha, Indiana University; H. Shatkay, University of Delaware; L. Li, Ohio State University

Tuesday, March 24
5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Track: Clinical Research Informatics

Exploring the Lag in Migraine Diagnoses Using Unstructured Clinical Notes
S. Fodeh, Yale University, VA Connecticut Healthcare System; B. Fenton, H. Al-Talib, J. Sico, VA Connecticut Healthcare System

* Descriptive Analysis of Opioid Data Sharing Practices as a Network in the United States from 2012 to 2018
M. Hansen, K. Palmberg, N. Bhardwaj, J. Langabeer, University of Texas Health School of Biomedical Informatics

Applying User-centered Design Methods with Usability Testing to the Iterative Improvement of Conversational, On-demand Mobile Clinical Decision Support System for Perioperative Management
J. Jang, Englewood Hospital

* Predicting Trauma Inpatient Disposition through Graph Convolutional Networks
P. Ju, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; C. Gao, M. Patel, Y. Chen, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

* Examining Patient Portal Messages From the Perspective of Clinical Visits
M. Kaltman, The Ohio State University, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Z. Yin, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

* Opioid-related Adverse Effects for Concurrent Opioid and Stimulant Usage
A. Singh, University at Buffalo, Stony Brook University; S. Mullin, University at Buffalo; H. Zimmerman, University at Buffalo, Duquesne University; P. Elkin, University at Buffalo

Enhancing Electronic Health Records with Tumor Registry Data
E. Pfaff, A. Krishnamurthy, C. Baggett, T. Carey, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Usability Evaluation of the mLab App for Improving HIV Testing Behaviors in High-Risk Young Men
R. Schnall, Columbia University; T. Scherr, Vanderbilt University; L. Kuhns, Lurie Children's Hospital; G. Flynn, Columbia University; N. Nash, R. Garofalo, Lurie Children's Hospital; B. Bushover, Columbia University

* Enhancing the Ontological Representation of Cancer Cells Based on Analysis of AML Patient Data
L. Serra, A. Diehl, W. Duncan, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Application of Machine Learning in ICU: A Systematic Review
M. Syed, H. Syeda, F. Prior, M. Zozus, S. Syed, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Deep Learning Computational Vision to Autonomous Localization of Knee Joint Space in Plain Radiographs
A. Tafti, Mayo Clinic; K. Soundararajan, Carnegie Mellon University; S. Yan, The State University of New York at Buffalo; S. Sohn, H. Liu, W. Kremers, D. Lewallen, M. Taunton, H. Maradit Kremers, Mayo Clinic

* Evaluating the Relationship Between Fitbit Sleep Data and Self-reported Mood, Sleep and Environmental Contextual Factors in Healthy Adults
D. Thota, U.S. Navy

* Risk of Falls and Non-vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulant (NOAC) Therapy in Elderly Patients with Atrial Fibrillation
W. Wei, A. Brown, Texas A&M University

Towards a Learning Health System: Incorporating Research into Clinical Care Using the EHR Patient Portal for Research Data Collection
T. Winden, P. Davis, M. Grove, S. Swindler, B. Salley, R. Waitman, R. Jamison, Kansas University Medical Center

: Process in Statin-induced Myopathy: A Multistate Model
Y. Zhu, L. Li, The Ohio State University

Track: Data Science

Using Machine Learning to Predict the Influence of Physician Communication on Patient Experience
V. Bari, J. Hirsch, J. Narvaez, R. Sardinia, K. Bock, M. Oppenheim, M. Meytlis, Northwell Health

Semi-automated Dictionary Curation of Symptoms and Events Preceding Suicide Attempts in Clinical Notes
V. Castro, S. Goryachev, V. Gainer, Partners Healthcare; Y. Barak-Corren, B. Reis, Boston Children's Hospital; M. Nock, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare, Massachusetts General Hospital; J. Smoller, Massachusetts General Hospital

* Data-driven Identification of Drugs Posing Increased Risk of Adverse Reactions to Women
P. Chandak, N. Tatonetti, Columbia University

Mining Malpractice Claims to Identify Disparities Between Younger and Older Adults
W. Cui, J. Finkelstein, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

* The Association Between Asthma Exacerbations and Distance to Highways
J. He, B. Goldstein, J. Hurst, M. Ghorveh, A. Wu, J. Lang, Duke University

An Empirical Investigation of Factors Driving Lactate Levels in Sepsis Patients Using Machine Learning Methods
S. Sathees, University of Connecticut; S. Marakkar, Molecular Robotics; R. Vunikili, Courant Institute; S. Kannattikuni, Georgetown University; K. Johnson, J. Dudley, Institute for Next Generation Healthcare; B. Glicksberg, University of California, San Francisco; J. Scarpa, Cornell University; A. Vadakkan Cherian, Max Plank Institute for Heart and Lung Research; O. Mathew, Indian Institute of Information Technology; L. Subramanian, Courant Institute; S. Khader, Northwell Health

* The Effect of Serious Game on Cognitive improvement in Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Randomized Clinical Trial
H. Kim, J. An, Yonsei University; E. Ko, University of Ulsan College of Medicine; Y. Park, Yonsei University

Prediction of Drug Metabolism Using Graph Convolutional Neural Networks
E. Litsa, N. Mitchell, L. Kavraki, Rice University

Exploratory Analysis of Clinical Handoff Conversations Using Natural Language Processing and Semantic Analysis
X. Ma, A. Gupta, J. Abraham, A. Michelson, P. Payne, A. Lai, Washington University in St. Louis

* An Algorithm for Frailty Assessment Using the Omaha System
S. Lu, M. Mathiason, K. Monsen, University of Minnesota

Retrieving Mobility Information In Social Security Administration Clinical Records: Evaluation of a Neural Relevance Tagger
D. Newman-Griffis, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, The Ohio State University; J. Camacho Maldonado, P. Ho, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center; A. Lai, Washington University; E. Fosler-Lussier, The Ohio State University

Natural Language Processing of Psychiatric Clinical Notes
E. Lin, R. Lin, J. Nuñez, University of British Columbia; A. Mussavi, S. Nugent, Provincial Health Services Authority; R. Ng, University of British Columbia; A. Eslami, E. Portales-Casamar, Provincial Health Services Authority, University of British Columbia

* Nurse Use of Vital Sign Flowsheet Comments: Shared or Individual Practice?
J. Schwartz, C. Knaplund, S. Rossetti, Columbia University; M. Kang, P. Dykes, Z. Korach, K. Schnock, L. Zhou, Brigham and Women's Hospital; K. Cato, Columbia University

Track: Informatics Implementation

Speeding IRB Reliance using SMART IRB Collaboration Systems, Derived Metrics and Responsive Improvements
D. Macfadden, S. Biver-LeBlanc, K. Sao, P. Fricker, Harvard Medical School; N. Cobb, University of Wisconsin-Madison; B. Bierer, Harvard Medical School

* Integration of Low-cost Pollution Sensor Data for Neighborhood-level Health Studies in Philadelphia
C. Christie, S. Xie, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine; A. Diwadkar, R. Greenblatt, B. Himes, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

* Implementing a COPD screening algorithm in a VA tobacco cessation clinic
S. Crusco, S. Rajupet, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, James J. Peters VA Medical Center

Association Between System Usage Pattern and Impact of Web-based Telerehabilitation in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
I. Jeong, J. Liu, J. Finkelstein, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Evaluation of a Study Cohort Query Formulation Tool: Criteria2Query
P. Heider, Medical University of South Carolina; C. Weng, Columbia University; S. Meystre, Medical University of South Carolina

CrosstalkDEATHDB: a Visualization Platform of Molecular Interactions for Cell Death Modes
H. Kim, V. Gadepalli, T. Han, L. Cheng, The Ohio State University

* Quantification of Clinical Variables’ Effect on U-Set Segmentation Quality and Recontour Time of Lung Volumes
K. Kiser, John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center School of Biomedical Informatics, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; A. Barman, University of Texas Health Science Center School of Biomedical Informatics; S. Stieb, C. Fuller, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; L. Giancardo, University of Texas Health Science Center School of Biomedical Informatics

Creation of a Pharmacogenomics(PGx) Patient Portal Complementary to an Existing Institutional Clinical Decision Support(CDS)
E. Lipschultz, K. Danahey, T. Truong, E. Schierer, K. Yeo, X. van Wijk, S. Volchenboum, M. Ratain, The University of Chicago; P. O'Donnell, The University of Chicago

Bayesian Modeling to Improve Mobile Device Interactions in Older Adults
A. Mehaboob, Sachem East High School, Stony Brook University

* Descriptive Analysis of an Internal Medicine Residency Recruitment Website
T. Nahass, C. Ward, P. Dave, J. Prister, R. Sharma, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Lessons Learned When Modeling Discharge Summaries Using Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources
E. Kimura, National Institute of Public Health; M. Nakayama, Touhoku University

Initial Patient Feedback on a Digitally Driven Radiology Navigation Project to Provide Pre-test Information
S. Patel, Rx.Health; J. Sheehan, Yale New Haven Hospital; S. Garg, S. Kakkar, Mount Sinai Health System; M. Pappas, G. Biasucci, Yale New Haven Hospital; A. Pfau, C. Jaffe, M. Burgo, N. Bishop Rx.Health; M. Zawalich, D. Facchini, Yale New Haven Hospital; A. Atreja, Mount Sinai Health System; J. Pahade, Yale School of Medicine

Using Natural Language Processing to Identify Vulnerable Patients with Psychosocial Needs
S. Singh, N. Pai, C. Pizzimenti, A. Quinones, D. Dorr, Oregon Health & Science University

Applying a Market-basket Analysis to Reduce Variability and Increase Coding Frequency of Procedure Codes among Surgeons
E. Stone, Defense Health Agency

A Simplified Model of Electronic Health Records for Facilitating Import into the Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside Platform
K. Wagholikar, Harvard Medical School; V. Vernekar, A. Zagade, Y. Ostrovsky, N. Bapat, Persistent Systems; R. Chulyadyo, Partners Healthcare; J. Klann, Harvard Medical School; M. Mendis, V. Gainer, C. Herrick, Partners Healthcare; R. Patel, Persistent Systems; S. Murphy, Partners Healthcare, Harvard Medical School

Patient-perceived Barriers and Facilitators of Using Remote Health Technology to Manage Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease in Underserved Adult Populations: A Systematic Review
N. Wagle, J. Schueler, S. Engler, H. Kum, S. Fields, Texas A&M University

Application of Rule-based Data Quality Monitoring for Secondary Use of Healthcare Data
Z. Wang, M. Zozus, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Track: Translational Bioinformatics

Sequence-based Retrieval of Potential Targets for Off-target Toxicity in Cancer Immunotherapy
D. Antunes, J. Abella, Rice University; A. Bishop, Texas A&M University; S. Hall-Swan, Rice University; K. Jackson, G. Lizée, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; L. Kavraki, Rice University

* FH Family Share— A Web-based Tool for Familial Hypercholesterolemia Cascade Testing and Knowledge Dissemination
H. Bangash, Mayo Clinic; A. Makkawy, Saharafox Creative; J. Gundelach, I. Kullo, Mayo Clinic

A Visualized Deep Learning for Disease Progression Molecular Mechanistic Interpretation to Prostate Cancer
T. Han, L. Cheng, The Ohio State University

PhenoNLP: Phenotype-centric Natural Language Processing on Over 200 Million Clinical Notes
S. Goryachev, V. Castro, V. Gainer, Partners HealthCare; S. Murphy, Partners HealthCare, Massachusetts General Hospital

* Predicting Cancer Rates Based on Radon and Smoking Levels Using Machine Learning
T. Gwyn, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem State University; U. Topaloglu, Wake Forest School of Medicine; W. Futrell, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston Salem State University

Comprehensive Integration of Public Omics Data and Metadata Enable Target Discovery
A. Jha, S. Malhotra, S. Jatav, S. Pathak, Elucidata

PRISSMM: Pragmatic Implementation of Phenomic Data Standards for Curating Outcomes of Cancer Treatment
E. Lepisto, K. Kehl, M. Hassett, D. Schrag, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

* Characterizing Electrocardiograms of Severe Hypoglycemia using K-Means based Clustering
S. Mistry, S. Abdelrahman, D. Groat, R. Gouripeddi, C. Reno, S. Fisher, J. Facelli, University of Utah

* EHR Phenotyping for Determining Patient Follow-up on Genetic Variants
J. Pacheco, L. Rasmussen-Torvik, A. Gordon, T. Pottinger, M. Puckelwartz, C. Hoell, Northwestern University; B. Wilmot, M. Mooney, Oregon Health & Science University

StrokeTraker™: Realtime Stroke Protocol Monitoring and CDS
M. Petruc, M. Popescu, University of Missouri, Columbia

* Ontological Analysis of MS Patient-reported Affective Outcomes Versus Motor Functioning
M. Smith, L. Wishnie, W. Duncan, University at Buffalo; M. Jensen, University at Buffalo, CUBRC, Inc.; A. Diehl, University at Buffalo

Improving Species Recognition for Gene Normalization
C. Wei, Z. Lu, National Library of Medicine

*Develop a Corpus for Immunotherapy-related Adverse Events from Clinical Notes in the Electronic Medical Records
M. Zitu, S. Zhang, D. Owen, C. Chiang, L. Li, The Ohio State University