Conferences

AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium
November 3-7 | San Francisco, CA – Hilton Union Square

Duke Presenters:

FHIR—Implementing the HL7 Interoperability Platform: A Community of Implementers for Research, Patient Care, and Value-based Care
W. Ed Hammond, PhD, FACMI, FAIMBE, FIMIA, FHL7, FIAHSI

National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORnet) Distributed Research Network (DRN): Questions Answered from Preparatory-to-Research to Comparative Effectiveness
Leslie Curtis, PhD
Darcy Louzao, PhD

A Twenty-first Century Degree at Duke University – Duke Center for Health Informatics
Genie McPeek-Hinz, MD

Poster Presentations:

Natural Language Processing to Identify Patient Symptoms During and Prior to Cancer Therapy
Julian Hong, Resident at Duke University

Lessons Learned from an EHR-Based Population Health Datamart: Southeastern Diabetes Initiative (SEDI)
Ursula Rogers, Senior Informaticist

Network Analysis of Chronological Relationships of Comorbidities in Veterans from a Prospective Screening Colonoscopy Trial
Julian Hong, Resident at Duke University

The Duke Health Data Science Internship Program: Integrating the Educational Mission into Real-World Research
Shelley Rusincovich, MMCi

Visualization of SNOMED CT to Support Cluster Analysis for Knowledge Generation, Translational Research, and Precision Health
Rachel Richesson, PhD