5th Annual Healthcare Informatics Symposium

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Friday, April 27, 2012

Dr. Martin Kohn
Martin Kohn, MD
ief Medical Scientist
e Delivery Systems
IBM Research

Putting IBM's Watson to Work in Healthcare
Dr. FriedmanCharles Friedman, PhD
Director, Health Informatics Program,
of Michigan Schools of Information and Public Health & Former Chief Scientific Officer for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

Realizing the Full Potential of Health IT:A National Learning Health System

7:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Continental Breakfast

Liberty Ballroom - Exhibitor Area
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

AMIA presentation-Board Certified Subspecialty in Clinical Informatics
Jeffrey Williamson, AMIA

Liberty Ballroom B
8:45 AM - 9:00 AM

Liberty Ballroom D
9:00 AM - 9:45 AM

Keynote:Dr. Charles Friedman
Realizing the Future of Health IT: A National Learning Healthcare System

Liberty Ballroom D

9:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Exhibitor Area
Morning Sessions
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
Hot Topics in Nursing Informatics

Putting the “You” in Usability
Patricia Abbott, PhD, FAAN, FACMI
Associate Professor of Informatics
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Quality Measurement, Meaningful Use, and the EHR
Rosemary Kennedy, PhD, RN, MBA, FAAN,

Associate Professor
Thomas Jefferson University

Liberty Ballroom D
Decision Support - Paper Presentations

Beyond the Alert: Clinical Decision and Workflow Support for Complex Premature Infants

Dean Karavite, Center for Biomedical Informatics

Using GEM to Assess for Absence of Clarity in Two Guidelines for Premature Infants

Jeremy Michel, MD, Yale Center for Medical Informatics

Understanding alert fatigue: the design, implementation and use of a medication alert analytical dashboard as part of a comprehensive effort to manage drug-drug interaction alerts

Eric Shelov, MD, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

The Readmission Risk Flag: Using the Electronic Health Record to Automatically Identify Patients at Risk for 30-day Readmission

Charles Baillie, MD, University of Pennsylvania

Liberty Ballroom C

Understanding Data - Paper Presentations

Renegotiation of Medical Work: A Socio-technical Analysis of CPOE Workarounds

Xiaomu Zhou, PhD, Rutgers University

Improving Quality and Patient Safety through partnership of the Unit-Based Clinical Leadership and the development of the Quality Data Mart
Neil Ravitz, COO, University of Pennsylvania Health System

Exploiting Semantic Structure for Mapping User-specified
Form Terms to SNOMED CT Concepts

Yuan An, PhD, Drexel University iSchool

The Digital Divide in Philadelphia: Drawing a Portrait
of Technology Use in an Urban Area

Michelle Rogers, PhD, Drexel University

Liberty Ballroom B
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    

, IBM Research
Putting IBM's Watson to Work in Healthcare   

Liberty Ballroom D        
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM

Liberty Ballroom A
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Afternoon Session #1
Enabling Effective Participation in Health Care by Patients and Families

Using Health Information Technology to Foster Shared Decision Making
Alex Fiks, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Patient Empowerment Through a Learning Health System
Chuck Friedman, PhD

Director, Health Informatics Program,
University of Michigan Schools of Information and Public Healt

Enabling the Patient via Health IT: Using Interactive Telephony for Self-care at Home
William Adams, MD

Director Research Informatics, Boston University School of Medicine,
Clinical and Translational Science Institute

Liberty Ballroom D
Emerging Technologies in Modern Medicine

Meghan Dierks, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School, Division of Clinical Informatics

Martin Kohn, MD
Chief Medical Scientist
Care Delivery Systems, IBM Research

Transforming Healthcare Through Medical System Integration: from architecture to apps
Julian Goldman, MD

Medical Director,Partners HealthCare Inc.,
Founding Director and P.I., Medical Device Interoperability Program,
Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology (CIMIT)

Liberty Ballroom C
Innovative Technology - Paper Presentations

Improving recruitment of children into clinical trials using Apple iPads

David Hanauer, MD, MS, University of Michigan

The Development of An Electronic Honest Broker at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Aaron Masino, PhD, CHOP Center for Biomedical Informatics

Evaluating the Impact of Electronic Health Records on Interdisciplinary Care Team Clinical Process at Two Community Health Sites

Paulina Sockolow, PhD, Drexel University

Text Mining of the Scientific Literature and Funded Grants to Facilitate the Building of Translational Dream Teams

Aaron Sorensen, MA, Elsevier

Liberty Ballroom B
2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
Afternoon Break
Exhibitor Area
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Afternoon Session #2

EHRs of the Future

EHR Safety, Cost and Value
Christoph U. Lehmann
, MD
Director, Clinical Information Technology
Johns Hopkins Children's Medical Center

CDS: Past, Present, Future

Joseph Kannry, MD
Lead Technical Informaticist
EPIC EHR Clinical Transformation Group
Mount Sinai Medical Center

Avoiding EHR-Related Unintended Consequences

Dean F. Sittig, PhD
The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston School of Biomedical Informatics

Liberty Ballroom D
Meaningful Use (MU2) and the new Privacy & Security Landscape:
What You Need to Know

A First Look at Meaningful Use Stage 2

Elliot Sloane, PhD
Executive Director and Founder
Center for Healthcare Information Systems

Health IT: Privacy & Security
Lisa Gallagher, BSEE, CISM, CPHIMS
Senior Director, Privacy & Security

Achieving Meaningful Security
Stephen Gaus
Business Development

Liberty Ballroom C
Enabling Clinical Information Exchange

Health Information Exchange
Joseph Miller

Director of E-Business
The AmeriHealth Mercy Family of Companies

Pamela E. Clarke
VP, Healthcare Finance & Managed Care
Delaware Valley Healthcare
Council of Hospital Associations of PA

Greg Barnowsky, MBA, MS
Enterprise Architect
Independence Blue Cross

Liberty Ballroom B
4:30 PM



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