Workshops

Visual Analytics in Healthcare

Date:

November 2-3, 2015


Meeting Place:

Social Science Research Commons (SSRC), Indiana University
Woodburn Hall, Room 200
1100 East Seventh Street
Bloomington, IN 47405

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Organizers:

Katy Börner

Victor H. Yngve Professor of Information Science, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington; Director, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center & Curator of Mapping Science exhibit, Bloomington, IN
ude.anaidni@ytak
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Titus KL Schleyer, DMD, PhD

Clem McDonald Professor of Biomedical Informatics and Director, Regenstrief Institute, Inc., Center for Biomedical Informatics
gro.feirtsneger@reyelhcs
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Workshop Goals & Agenda:

This 1.5 day, invitation-only workshop will bring together healthcare and public health professionals, biomedical informaticians, visualization and data analytics experts, and developers. The overall theme is to advance the use of big data analytics and visualization for population health monitoring and management. Key goals of the workshop are to:

  • conceptualize key approaches to assessing data quality in large healthcare databases using analytics and visualizations;
  • monitor real-time data streams with regard to volume, type of data and data quality;
  • identify use cases for the application of discussed approaches to population health monitoring and management; and
  • discuss synergies among efforts and possible joint funding applications.
Format is a combination brief presentations, brainstorming sessions, and hands-on sessions--to be finalized when participants are confirmed.

Schedule:

Monday, November 2, 2015

12:00pm Collaboration Lunch
Welcome by Organizers (Katy Börner and Titus Schleyer)
12:30pm General Introduction by Participants (5 min per person/organization)
2:00pm Social Networking Break
2:30pm

Overview Talks, Woodburn Hall 200 (Open for public) (the video starts at 19:30; second talk starts at 1:18:40)

Incomplete, Missing, and Wrong: Working with Dirty Healthcare Data from a Clinical Investigators Perspective by Tim Imler

Dynamic Data Visualizations by Katy Börner

4:30pm Social Networking Break
5:00pm Brainstorm of Opportunities and Challenges [Result 1 | 2]
6:00 pm Adjourn
6:30pm

Joint Dinner Brainstorm
Scholars Inn Gourmet Café & Wine Bar
717 N. College Avenue • Bloomington, IN

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

8:30am Breakfast
9:00am

Brainstorming Result [Result]

12:00pm Joint Lunch
1:00pm

Breakout Sessions

Monitoring and Managing Data Quality in the INPC

Creating and sharing data quality rules

10x10 Course in Health Care Visualization and Analytics

Create a synthetic realistic database for research

Pilot project to demo the value of data

2:30pm Second Best Ideas
3:00pm Discussion of Collaboration Opportunities [Result]
4:00pm Adjourn

Photos:

group photo

Invited Participants:

Bill Barnett

Bill Barnett

Chief Research Informatics Officer, Regenstrief Institute, Inc.
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Clarice Brown

Clarice Brown

Director of Division of Health Care Statistics, CDC

Derek Dunn

Derek Dunn

Executive Director - Decision Support & Analytics, Indiana University Health
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Harold Gil

Harold Gil

Surveillance Epidemiologist, Marion County Public Health Department
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Michael Ginda

Michael Ginda

Data Analyst, CNS Center, IU Bloomington
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Shaun Grannis

Shaun Grannis, MD, MS, FAAFP

Medical Informatics Research Scientist, Regenstrief Institute
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Daniel Halsey

Daniel Halsey

Senior System Architect, Project Manager, CNS Center, IU Bloomington
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Charity Hilton

Charity Hilton

Systems Engineer III, Regenstrief Institute
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Dan Housman

Dan Housman

Chief Technology Officer, Deloitte Converge Health
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Tim Imler

Timothy D. Imler, MD, MS

Leading Researcher in Health Care "Value" Utilizing Existing Data, Regenstrief Institute
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Ashwin Nimhan

Ashwin Nimhan

Web & Data Visualization Developer, CNS Center, IU Bloomington
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Dick Roskam

Chief Medical Information Officer, Franciscan Alliance

Elisabeth Scheufele

Elisabeth Scheufele

Deloitte Converge Health, Physician Informaticist
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Faye Smith

Faye Smith

Manager, Data Core Services, Regenstrief Institute
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Wanzhu Tu

Wanzhu Tu

Biostatistician, Regenstrief Institute
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Robin Wagner

Robin Wagner

Chief Science Officer: Office of Public Health Scientific Services, CDC
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Randall Young

Randall Young

Geographer at CDC
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Directions:

See the contact page for the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, http://cns.iu.edu/contact.html or contact Samantha Tirey (ude.anaidni@elahjs).

Acknowledgments:

This effort is supported by the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center at Indiana University. A special thanks to the Social Science Research Commons (SSRC) for providing a location to host the workshop.

Thank you to our generous sponsors: