Abstract & Posters2018-09-26T02:03:04+00:00

We demonstrate a novel, combinator-based database query model that reduces the need for query mediation, empowering biomedical staff who are not database specialists to retrieve complex data from rich data stores. We show a open source visual query tool based on this model, and describe promising results from initial usability tests with novice and expert users.

Venue: American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 2017
Format: Poster, 471 KB

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Using the American Optometric Association’s (AOA) Measures and Outcomes Registry for Eyecare (MORE) as a case study, learn how to implement a standards-driven implementation guide for EHR vendors to submit both eCQM data for federal quality reporting and non-eCQM data for customized reporting needs with a document-based data transmission architecture. MORE is a clinical quality improvement registry available to over 35,000 US-based optometrists.

Venue: American Medical Informatics Association Joint Summits, 2016
Format: Poster, 318 kB

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Reconfiguring EDC instruments for use by multiple EDC tools (such as REDCap, RexDB, or Qualtrics) results in a substantial waste of time and money and inhibits latter attempts to pool data across research projects. By making converters and libraries open source, researchers are not locked into one particular platform and can further develop the converters as needed. Learn how these converters were designed to streamline multi-site and multi-EDC research endeavors.

Venue: American Medical Informatics Association Joint Summits, 2016
Format: Poster, 1.5 MB

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Using the Marcus Autism Center’s research informatics core as a reference, learn how user-centered design can produce interfaces that are (a) useful (exclusive of unnecessary features, and inclusive of all necessary features), (b) usable (as measured by efficiency, learnability, memorability, error prevalence, and user satisfaction), and (c) appealing to end-users.

Venue: International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), 2016
Format: Poster PDF, 2.1MB

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Researchers, healthcare organizations, and payers want to explore and analyze clinical data that has been integrated from multiple sources, such as electronic health records, claims data, and patient-reported outcomes. However, the volatility and both structural and semantic complexity of clinical data make this ideal vision of data repurposing difficult to achieve. Learn one approach to solving this problem using a tool called RexMart.

Venue: American Medical Informatics Association Joint Summits, 2015
Format: Poster, 1.8 MB

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Healthcare organizations face significant technical and organizational challenges to support clinical research. In this case study you’ll learn one approach to establishing a repeatable and sustainable model for deploying domain-specific research data repositories across an academic medical center to promote EHR data reuse.

Venue: American Medical Informatics Association Annual Meeting, 2014
Format: Poster, 1.8 MB

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