AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium – Duke Very Well-Represented

AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium

November 16-20 | Washington, D.C. – Washington Hilton

Duke Participants:


W. Ed Hammond, PhD, DCHI Director

FHIR: Implementing the HL7 Interoperability Platform- A Community of Implementers for Research, Patient Care and Value-based care– “Interoperability is not a destination. It is a path to better health.”



Adrian Hernandez, MD, Vice Dean, Clinical Research at Duke

If You Build It, They Will Come: The National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network (PCORnet): From Conception to Execution

Michael Pencina, PhD, Professor in Duke Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Department
Eric Poon, MD, Duke Medicine Chief Health Information Officer

Informatics-Enabled Learning Health Systems: Strategies for Success from Four Academic Medical Centers

Keith Marsolo, PhD, Associate Professor at Duke University, Population Health Sciences

Advancing the Collection and Integration of Patient-reported Outcome Data Implementation Architectures Using FHIR Technical Specifications

Jessie Tenenbaum, PhD, Assistant Professor at Duke University

Clinical Text Mining in Mental Health


Oral Presentations

James Tcheng, MD, Professor at Duke Health System

Achieving Data Liquidity: Lessons Learned from Analysis of 38 Clinical Registries (The Duke-Pew Data Interoperability Project)

Carrie Moore, MD, PhD, Duke Department of Surgery

Large-scale Database Integration and Analytical Evaluation of Medical Data: Building a Clinical Repository for Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Therapy in Critically Ill Patients

Kay Lytle, DNP, RN-BC, NEA-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, CNIO at Duke Health System

Analyzing Flowsheet Data to Refine and Validate Information Models


Scientific Posters

Hyeoneui Kim, PhD, Professor at DUSON

Extracting the Effectiveness of Physical Activity Interventions from Abstracts (Board 038)
Representing the Intensity of a Physical Activity (Board 045)

Anna Diane, PhD Student, DUSON

Patient Perceptions of Data Visualizations in Diabetes Self-Management (Board 090) and
Patient Perspectives of Utilizing Multiple Mobile Health Technologies to Self-Manage Type II Diabetes (Board 089)


Learning Showcase

Randy Sears, Strategic Services Associate, Duke MMCi Program

Update on Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) Program