2015 Poster Index

2015 Poster Index

EFFECTIVENESS AND OUTCOMES RESEARCH 

Milda Aksamitauskas, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, #1
Combining Maternal Health Information Sources: A Strategic Collaboration Between Medicaid and Public Health

Brady Alsaker, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota, #2
Toward Dissemination and Implementation of Personalized Algorithms to Improve Nursing Care Quality and Efficiency

Kate Reilly, Data Commons, #3
Data Collation through a Single Query: The Platform from Data Commons

Kathleen Carey, Boston University School of Public Health, #4
The Impact of Ambulatory Surgery Center Competition on Prices in Hospital Outpatient Departments

Bong-Jin Choi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, #5
Probabilistic Big Data Record Linkages Using Bayesian and Machine Learning Algorithms

Laura Gold, University of Washington, #6
Associations Between Relative Value Units (RVUs) and Patient-Reported Back Pain and Disability

Teresa Hudson, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, #7
Population-Level Analyses of Opioid Use Among Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans and Those with TBI

Maria Kouznetsova, Baylor Scott & White Health, #8
EHR Data Quality Issues: Developing a Provider Model

Sandra Zelman Lewis, Doctor Evidence, #9
Integrating the Power of Technology into Healthcare System Redesigns for Quality and Patient Care Improvement

Yan Ma, The George Washington University, #10
Effect of Imputation of Missing Data in the State Inpatient Databases on Racial Disparities Research

Elisa Priest, Baylor Scott & White Health, #11
Data Management in a Pragmatic COPD Chronic Care Program

M Hasan Rajab, Alfaisal University, College of Medicine, #12
Effectiveness of Complementary and Alternative Therapies in Psychiatric Patients in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Jason Scott, Intermountain Healthcare, #13
Decision to Time and Treat Chronic HCV Using New Therapies from a Cost-Effectiveness Perspective

Carolyn Simpkins, BMJ, #14
Measuring What Matters: A Framework for Stages of Outcome Measurement Maturity

Beatrice Ugiliweneza, University of Louisville, #15
What Affects the Spinal Surgery Bundle Cost Across Its Distribution? : Analysis Using a Large Claims Database

Wei Zhang, The George Washington University, #16
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Utilization Rate, Hospital Volume and Perioperative Outcomes Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

 

HEALTH CARE OPERATIONS

Taalib alSalaam, Booz Allen Hamilton, #17
Healthcost - an Innovative Approach to Analyzing Interventions

George Djorgovski, Caltech, #18
From Stars to Patients: Lessons from Space Science and Astrophysics for Health Care Informatics

Chase Levinson, Booz Allen Hamilton, #20
Developing an Empirically Based System Dynamics Model of Health Care Choice in the Military Health System

Wayne PsekGeisinger Health System, #21
Leadership Perspectives on Operationalizing the Learning Health Care System in an Integrated Delivery System

Kimberly RouseCarolinas HealthCare System, #22
Transforming Quality & Safety Scorecards: A Use Case for SAS® Business Intelligence

Wayne Zachary, Starship Health Technologies, LLC, #24
What Causes Care Coordination Problems? a Case for Micro-Analysis

 

PUBLIC AND POPULATION HEALTH

Adriana Arcia, Columbia University, #26
Protocol to Study Usage Patterns of an Online Maternity Education Program

Ijeoma A. Azodo, Brown University, #27
Variations in Frequent Mental Distress Among Cancer Patients By Treatment Status: Results in the 2012 BRFSS Survey

Avi BaehrUniversity of Pennsylvania, #28
The Implications of Risk-Adjusting for Sociodemographic Factors in Assessing Emergency Care Survival in Pennsylvania

Melanie DaviesHarvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute, #29
Popmednet: A Flexible Access Control System for Distributed Research Networks

Rachel Everhart, Denver Health, #30
Early Impacts of Affordable Care Act Implementation on a Safety Net

Christine Pal Chee, Department of Veterans Affairs, Health Economics Resource Center, #32
The Persistence of High Costs Among Veterans Using the VA

Robert J. Smith, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Social Media and Health Innovation Lab, #33
Variability in Facebook Posting Across Health Conditions

Dana Womack, Oregon Health & Science University, #34
Use of the Sharing Economy to Promote Health

Wayne Zachary, Starship Health Technologies, LLC, #25
Using Synthetic Standardized Patients to Improve Provider-Patient Communication about Type 2 Diabetes: A Formative Assessment

Ianita Zlateva, Community Health Center, Inc., #35
Using Large Datasets to Identify and Evaluate Patients with Chronic Pain in a Primary Care Setting

Erica ZuhrBooz Allen Hamilton, #36
Strategy for Patient Generated Health Data Time Series Analytics

 

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT 

Thomas Barber, Kaiser Permanente, #37
Implant Registries: Models for Quality Improvement and Device Surveillance

Tanveer Bokhari, Kaiser Permanente, #38
Outcomes Paradox Associated with EHR Based QI Models

G. Elliott CookProvider Resources, Inc., #39
Measuring the Impact of FDA Communication Alerts and Re-Alerts - the Citalopram Pilot

Mary Emmett, CAMC Health Education and Research Institute, #40
Evidence-Based Practice Change: Pain Control in Cognitively Impaired

Andrew J Knighton, Intermountain Healthcare, #41
Using Electronic Health Record Data to Identify Prostate Cancer Patients That May Qualify for Active Surveillance (AS)

Danielle Lavallee, University of Washington, #42
Collaborating to Promote the Collection and Use of PatientReported Outcome Measures in Clinical Care

Andrey Ostrovsky, Care at Hand, #43
Quality Approach to Interoperability Leads to Changes in Discharge Patterns

Wendy M. Parker, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, #44 and #45
Health Literacy and Quality in Dialysis Patients
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Preventive Screenings and Risks for Women with Lynch Syndrome: Initial Results from a Case Control Study

Mark Patterson, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy, #46
A Pilot Study Assessing the Feasibility and Value of Using Automated CaseFinders to Identify HighRisk Heart Failure Patients within an Urban Safety-Net Hospitals

Anne Press, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, #47, #48 and #49
Avoiding Alert Fatigue: Exploring a New Method to Examine “Trigger Rates”
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Usability Testing of a Complex CDS Tool in the Emergency Department; Lessons Learned
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Formative Assessment and Design of a Complex Clinical Decision Support Tool for Pulmonary Embolus

Barbara Sorondo, Eastern Maine Medical Center, #50
Evaluation of the Patient Portal as a Tool for Enhancing Patient Experience and Improving Quality of Care

Donald Szlosek, Muskie School of Public Service, #51
Using Computer Algorithms to Automate the Evaluation of Clinical Decision Support in Electronic Medical Record Systems

Mark Tobias, Pantheon (AHRQ QI Team), representing the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), #52
Driven By Evidence: Value-Based Use of Data for Internal and External Quality Improvement

Janet Van Cleave, New York University College of Nursing, #54
Using Electronic Health Records to Identify Pulmonary Complications during Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant

Gregory Wozniak, American Medical Association, #55
Unlocking Data Being Held Hostage in the EHR

Jean-Ezra Yeung, Ayasdi, #56
Summarizing & Benchmarking Local Provider Networks

AkkeNeel Talsma, University of Michigan, #57
Use of Electronic Health Records Data for Clinical Performance Measures and Quality Improvement Practices