The Department of Biomedical Informatics had several individuals present their research at the American Medical Informatics Association's Annual Symposium 2014 that was held recently in Washington, D.C. Below is a selection of presenters with their presentation information as well as awards received:
Alissa Schultz, MA, a graduate research associate in the labs of Dr. Po-Yin Yen and Albert Lai presents her poster entitled, A Literature Review of Electronic Health Record Redesign for Optimization.
Caryn Roth, MPH, a former trainee in The Ohio State University's Department of Biomedical Informatics and current Manager of Analytics and Data Science at Zipongo, presents her research entitled, Lessons Learned Bringing Public Health into the Primary Care Clinic through an EHR-based Application. Here she poses with Drs. Peter J. Embi (Vice-Chair of Operations and Research), and Marcelo Lopetegui (an adjunct assistant professor in the department).
Po-Yin Yen, RN, PhD, a research assistant professor, presents on her research entitled, Challenges Faced When Designing and Conducting Time Motion Studies in Health Care Environments.
Chaitanya Shivade won the award for best presentation of doctoral thesis ideas at the AMIA Clinical NLP Doctoral Consortium. Chaitanya is a computer science & engineering doctoral student who is also a graduate research associate in the lab of Drs. Albert Lai and Eric Fosler-Lussier. His presentation was given at the Informatics for Integrating Biology & the Bedside Conference (i2b2). This is a pre-AMIA, affiliated meeting. His presentation was entitled, Comparison of UMLS Terminologies to Identify Risk of Heart Disease in Clinical Notes.