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    Derivation of Non-Invasive PaO2/FiO2 Ratio Scoring for Critical Care by Synchronizing Asynchronously Charted Electronic Health Record Data

    • Jason Adams $lastName ;
    • Albert Riedl $lastName ;
    • Hugh Black $lastName ;
    • Chinh Phan $lastName ;
    • Nick Anderson $lastName

    Derivation of Non-Invasive PaO2/FiO2 Ratio Scoring for Critical Care by Synchronizing Asynchronously Charted Electronic Health Record Data


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    The NIH/NICHD Clinical Trials Database (CDTB): A Bio-specimen Management System Solution

    • Asma Idriss $lastName ;
    • Robert P. Annechiarico $lastName

    The NIH/NICHD Clinical Trials Database (CDTB): A Bio-specimen Management System Solution


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    Data Impact Factor – Recognizing Data Sharing within the NIH Intramural Clinical Research Community

    • Elaine Ayres $lastName ;
    • James J. Cimino $lastName

    Data Impact Factor – Recognizing Data Sharing within the NIH Intramural Clinical Research Community


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    Sociodemographic Factors and Health Literacy are Related to Consent for Collection, Use, and Storage of Biospecimens in a Latino Community Sample

    • Suzanne Bakken $lastName ;
    • Sunmoo Yoon $lastName ;
    • Niurka Suero-Tejeda $lastName ;
    • Chunhua Weng $lastName ;
    • Nancy Reame $lastName

    Sociodemographic Factors and Health Literacy are Related to Consent for Collection, Use, and Storage of Biospecimens in a Latino Community Sample


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    Mining phenotypic keywords from a large collection of clinical narratives

    • Cosmin Bejan $lastName ;
    • Robertson Nash $lastName ;
    • Douglas Conway $lastName ;
    • Erica Bowton $lastName ;
    • Kevin B. Johnson $lastName ;
    • Josh Denny $lastName

    Mining phenotypic keywords from a large collection of clinical narratives


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    Enabling Use of High Performance Computing for Secure Processing of Protected Health Information

    • Robert Bill $lastName ;
    • Genevieve B. Melton $lastName ;
    • Bart Gottschalk $lastName ;
    • Andrew Ring $lastName ;
    • Justin L. Dale $lastName ;
    • Jorge Vinals $lastName ;
    • Anne-Francoise Lamblin $lastName ;
    • Serguei Pakhomov $lastName

    Enabling Use of High Performance Computing for Secure Processing of Protected Health Information


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    Use of i2b2 for the MURDOCK Study’s Integrated Data Repository

    • Colette Blach $lastName ;
    • Guilherme Del Fiol $lastName ;
    • Julie Frund $lastName ;
    • Kurt Morehouse $lastName ;
    • Anita Walden $lastName ;
    • Jessica D. Tenenbaum $lastName

    Use of i2b2 for the MURDOCK Study’s Integrated Data Repository


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    Using Electronic Health Record Data to Study Disease-Specific Effects of Metformin and Insulin in Breast Cancer

    • Matthew K. Breitenstein $lastName ;
    • Liewei Wang $lastName ;
    • Richard M. Weinshilboum $lastName ;
    • Gyorgy Simon $lastName ;
    • Jyotishman Pathak $lastName

    Using Electronic Health Record Data to Study Disease-Specific Effects of Metformin and Insulin in Breast Cancer


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    Promoting Data Quality in a Clinical Data Research Network Using GitHub

    • Aaron N. Browne $lastName ;
    • Jeffrey W. Pennington $lastName ;
    • Charles Bailey $lastName

    Promoting Data Quality in a Clinical Data Research Network Using GitHub


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    UC TrialQuest: Supporting Multisite Clinical Trials Across the University of California

    • Nate Buscher $lastName ;
    • Anirvan Chatterjee $lastName ;
    • Eric Mah $lastName ;
    • Rachael Sak $lastName

    UC TrialQuest: Supporting Multisite Clinical Trials Across the University of California


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    Provenance metadata as a method of validating the Learning Healthcare System

    • Vasa Curcin $lastName ;
    • Roxana Danger $lastName ;
    • Theodoros N. Arvanitis $lastName ;
    • Brendan Delaney $lastName

    Provenance metadata as a method of validating the Learning Healthcare System


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    Using Software as Hypothesis to Develop a System for Tracking Research Activity

    • Amar Das $lastName ;
    • Brian G. Levin $lastName ;
    • Steven B. Andrews $lastName

    Using Software as Hypothesis to Develop a System for Tracking Research Activity


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    Linking Structured and Unstructured Clinical Phenotypes through the OMOP Common Data Model

    • Jon Duke $lastName ;
    • Charity A. Hilton $lastName ;
    • Chris Beesley $lastName ;
    • Jonathan Cummins $lastName

    Linking Structured and Unstructured Clinical Phenotypes through the OMOP Common Data Model


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    Catalyzing Tissue-Based Brain Tumor Research Using Integrated Tumor Versus Somatic Variant Data

    • Alex Felmeister $lastName ;
    • Tyler Rivera $lastName ;
    • Yuankun Zhu $lastName ;
    • Adam Resnick $lastName ;
    • Jena Lilly $lastName ;
    • David Stokes $lastName ;
    • Jeffrey Pennington $lastName ;
    • Tom Curran $lastName

    Catalyzing Tissue-Based Brain Tumor Research Using Integrated Tumor Versus Somatic Variant Data


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    A Method for Assessing the Collective Population Representativeness of Multiple Related Clinical Trials Using Public Data Resources

    • Zhe He $lastName ;
    • Patrick Ryan $lastName ;
    • Shuang Wang $lastName ;
    • Chunhua Weng $lastName

    A Method for Assessing the Collective Population Representativeness of Multiple Related Clinical Trials Using Public Data Resources


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    Piloting a Comprehensive Knowledge Base for Pharmacovigilance Using Standardized Vocabularies

    • Vojtech Huser $lastName ;
    • Jeremy Jao $lastName ;
    • JON D. Duke $lastName ;
    • Patrick Ryan $lastName ;
    • Scott D. Nelson $lastName ;
    • Richard D. Boyce $lastName

    Piloting a Comprehensive Knowledge Base for Pharmacovigilance Using Standardized Vocabularies


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    Effect of Care Fragmentation on Performance of Asthma Phenotype Algorithm Using Electronic Health Records

    • Kathryn Jackson $lastName ;
    • Jennifer A. Pacheco $lastName ;
    • Adam Pah $lastName ;
    • Abel N. Kho $lastName

    Effect of Care Fragmentation on Performance of Asthma Phenotype Algorithm Using Electronic Health Records


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    A Semantic Framework for Quality Data Model to Support EHR-driven Phenotype Authoring And Execution

    • Guoqian Jiang $lastName ;
    • Harold R. Solbrig $lastName ;
    • Richard C. Kiefer $lastName ;
    • Luke Rasmussen $lastName ;
    • Huan Mo $lastName ;
    • Peter Speltz $lastName ;
    • William Thompson $lastName ;
    • Josh Denny $lastName ;
    • Christopher Chute $lastName ;
    • Jyotishman Pathak $lastName

    A Semantic Framework for Quality Data Model to Support EHR-driven Phenotype Authoring And Execution


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    Integrating Patient Reported Outcomes and Clinical Data for Patient Centered Outcomes Research: An i2b2 approach

    • Jeffrey G. Klann $lastName ;
    • Marc Natter $lastName ;
    • William G. Adams $lastName ;
    • Shawn N. Murphy $lastName ;
    • Kenneth Mandl $lastName

    Integrating Patient Reported Outcomes and Clinical Data for Patient Centered Outcomes Research: An i2b2 approach


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    ISIDRO: Interactive Secure Institutional Data Release Overseer

    • Brian G. Levin $lastName ;
    • Amar Das $lastName

    ISIDRO: Interactive Secure Institutional Data Release Overseer


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    Semantic Enrichment of CDISC Operational Data Model

    • Sarah N. Lim Choi Keung $lastName ;
    • Lei Zhao $lastName ;
    • Jean-François Ethier $lastName ;
    • Vasa Curcin $lastName ;
    • Anita Burgun $lastName ;
    • Brendan Delaney $lastName ;
    • Theodoros N. Arvanitis $lastName

    Semantic Enrichment of CDISC Operational Data Model


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    Developing HL7 Standards to Improve Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine: The Common Model of Emergency Care Information

    • James C. McClay $lastName ;
    • Laura H. Langford $lastName

    Developing HL7 Standards to Improve Clinical Research in Emergency Medicine: The Common Model of Emergency Care Information


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    Clinical Procedures Prediction with Temporal Data Analytics

    • Robert Moskovitch $lastName

    Clinical Procedures Prediction with Temporal Data Analytics


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    A Telemedicine Platform for Remote Electronic Informed Consent

    • Jihad S. Obeid $lastName ;
    • Brandon M. Welch $lastName ;
    • Leslie Lenert $lastName

    A Telemedicine Platform for Remote Electronic Informed Consent


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    XPRESS – EXtraction of Phenotypes from clinical Records using Silver Standard corpora

    • Tanya Podchiyska $lastName ;
    • Vibhu Agarwal $lastName ;
    • Nigam Shah $lastName

    XPRESS – EXtraction of Phenotypes from clinical Records using Silver Standard corpora


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    What Chronic Conditions Predict an Index Depression Diagnosis in Adults?

    • Euijung Ryu $lastName ;
    • Alanna M. Chamberlain $lastName ;
    • Richard Pendegraft $lastName ;
    • William Bobo $lastName ;
    • Jyotishman Pathak $lastName

    What Chronic Conditions Predict an Index Depression Diagnosis in Adults?


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    Are Patients with Similar Names at Greater Risk for Wrong-Patient Orders?

    • Hojjat Salmasian $lastName ;
    • Robert Green $lastName ;
    • Carol Friedman $lastName ;
    • George Hripcsak $lastName ;
    • David Vawdrey $lastName

    Are Patients with Similar Names at Greater Risk for Wrong-Patient Orders?


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    Building a “green button” to support clinical decision-making

    • Nigam H. Shah $lastName ;
    • Blanca Gallego $lastName ;
    • Yen Low $lastName ;
    • Christopher Longhurst $lastName

    Building a “green button” to support clinical decision-making


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    Common Data Schemas for Mobile Health: The Open mHealth Approach

    • Ida Sim $lastName ;
    • Simona Carini $lastName ;
    • Anna de Paula Hanika $lastName ;
    • Katie McCurdy $lastName ;
    • Michael V McConnell $lastName ;
    • Emerson Farrugia $lastName ;
    • Danny Bonilla $lastName

    Common Data Schemas for Mobile Health: The Open mHealth Approach


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    Automated Home Monitoring of High-Risk Inter-Stage Surgical Infants with Complex Congenital Heart Disease

    • Richard E. Stroup $lastName

    Automated Home Monitoring of High-Risk Inter-Stage Surgical Infants with Complex Congenital Heart Disease


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    Cloud-based Predictive Modeling Platform for Healthcare Research

    • Hang Su $lastName ;
    • Jimeng Sun $lastName

    Cloud-based Predictive Modeling Platform for Healthcare Research


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    Electronic Phenotyping for Measuring Quality of Care

    • Suzanne Tamang $lastName ;
    • Tanya Podchiyska $lastName ;
    • Tina Hernandez-Boussard $lastName ;
    • Nigam Shah $lastName

    Electronic Phenotyping for Measuring Quality of Care


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    Developing a Suite of Electronic Data Capture Applications Based on an Open-Source Instrument Definition Standard

    • Charles Tirrell $lastName ;
    • Jason Simeone $lastName ;
    • Frank Farach $lastName ;
    • Leon Rozenblit $lastName

    Developing a Suite of Electronic Data Capture Applications Based on an Open-Source Instrument Definition Standard


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    Prediction of Hospital Readmission for Psychiatric Diagnoses Using Clinical Narrative and Medication Data on the Day of Admission

    • Colin Walsh $lastName ;
    • Hojjat Salmasian $lastName ;
    • Carol Friedman $lastName ;
    • George Hripcsak $lastName

    Prediction of Hospital Readmission for Psychiatric Diagnoses Using Clinical Narrative and Medication Data on the Day of Admission


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    Early Detection of Heart Failure Using Structured and Unstructured Information in Electronic Health Records

    • Yajuan Wang $lastName ;
    • Kenney Ng $lastName ;
    • Roy J. Byrd $lastName ;
    • Shahram Ebadollahi $lastName ;
    • Walter F. Stewart $lastName

    Early Detection of Heart Failure Using Structured and Unstructured Information in Electronic Health Records


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    Automated Data Abstraction with Natural Language Processing in a Surgical Quality Improvement Platform

    • Meliha Yetisgen $lastName ;
    • Prescott Klassen $lastName ;
    • Peter Tarczy-Hornoch $lastName

    Automated Data Abstraction with Natural Language Processing in a Surgical Quality Improvement Platform


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    Evaluating Common Data Models for Use on a Longitudinal Community Registry

    • Maryam Younes $lastName ;
    • Guilherme Del Fiol $lastName ;
    • Jessica D. Tenenbaum $lastName ;
    • Anita Walden $lastName ;
    • Meredith N. Zozus $lastName

    Evaluating Common Data Models for Use on a Longitudinal Community Registry


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    EU FP7 TRANSFoRm Project: Query Workbench for Participant Identification and Data Extraction

    • Lei Zhao $lastName ;
    • Sarah N. Lim Choi Keung $lastName ;
    • Christopher Golby $lastName ;
    • Jean-François Ethier $lastName ;
    • Vasa Curcin $lastName ;
    • Hilde Bastiaens $lastName ;
    • Anita Burgun $lastName ;
    • Brendan Delaney $lastName ;
    • Theodoros N. Arvanitis $lastName

    EU FP7 TRANSFoRm Project: Query Workbench for Participant Identification and Data Extraction


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    Real-Time Scoring of Patient-Reported Outcomes in FORCE-TJR: National Total Joint Replacement Research Registry

    • Hua Zheng $lastName ;
    • Wenjun Li $lastName ;
    • Leslie Harrold $lastName ;
    • David C. Ayers $lastName ;
    • Patricia D. Franklin $lastName

    Real-Time Scoring of Patient-Reported Outcomes in FORCE-TJR: National Total Joint Replacement Research Registry


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