CHIP Faculty, Staff, and Students to Present at AMIA 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium

CHIP faculty, staff, and students will have a strong showing at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium from November 14 to November 18, 2020.

The AMIA Annual Symposium aims to bring together informatics professionals and students from around the world to share research and insights for leveraging information to improve human health.

CHIP Associate Director Theresa Walunas served as a Vice Chair on the symposium’s Scientific Program Committee. In addition, several faculty, staff, and students will present or collaborated on poster and oral presentations at the symposium.

CHIP will be represented at the following sessions:

Session Day Time (Central) Presentation Title Presenter*
CHIP Co-Authors
S27 (Oral Presentations – Data Science for Problems and Outcomes) 16-Nov 11:00 am – 12:30 pm AllergyMap: An Open Source Corpus of Allergy Mention Normalizations Dr. Amy Wang, MD, MBI, FAAFP, FAMIA David Liebovitz
PS01 16-Nov 4:30 – 6:00 pm Development of an Implementation Planning Process for Patient-Reported Outcomes in a Clinical Setting Therese Nelson David Liebovitz
PS02 17-Nov 4:30 – 6:00 pm The Spectrum of Practice Facilitation Activity: the Healthy Hearts in the Heartland Collaborative Jiancheng Ye Jennifer Bannon, Abel Kho, Theresa Walunas
PS02 17-Nov 4:30 – 6:00 pm Unsupervised learning for systemic lupus erythematosus subtype identification: electronic health record vs registry data Yu Deng Yacob Tedla, Abel Kho, Yuan Luo, Theresa Walunas
PS02 17-Nov 4:30 – 6:00 pm Electronic Health Records Reveal Statins Prescription Trends among Small to Medium Sized Practices Jingzhi (Kevin) Yu Yacob Tedla, Abel Kho
PS02 17-Nov 4:30 – 6:00 pm Poster: An Unexpected Pathway for Fentanyl Orders David Liebovitz
S110 (Oral Presentation – Quality) 18-Nov 4:45 – 6:15 pm Understanding the rhythm of quality improvement: assessing the impact of intervention tempo in community primary care practices Jiancheng Ye Jennifer Bannon, Theresa Walunas, Abel Kho
S91 (Oral Presentation – Clinical Phenotyping) 18-Nov 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Three Data-Driven Phenotypes of Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome Preserved from Early Childhood to Middle Adulthood Jiancheng Ye
S109 (Oral Presentations – Information Exchange) 18-Nov 4:45 – 6:15 pm Feasibility of Cross-Platform EHR-Driven Phenotyping Using Clinical Quality Language Pascal Brandt Faraz Ahmad, Yuan Luo

*CHIP members are bolded.

Learn more and view the full program schedule at amia.org/amia2020.

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