Monthly Informatics Seminar

Vanderbilt Physicians and Staff at Informatics Seminar

PDSR hosts monthly seminars featuring leading researchers in informatics and anesthesiology. For Additional Details Contact:Lindsay Dickson (615-936-3198)

Upcoming Speakers
October 23, 2013 1:00pm- 2:30pm
"Democratizing Analytics"
Aidan Morris, Co-Founder, Chief Strategy & Operations Officer, iMOSPHERE

Dr. Paul Clifford, Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, iMOSPHERE

Selected List of Previous Speakers

Perioperative Risk Prediction Models: Development, Validation and Use
Jonathan P. Wanderer, MD, MPhil
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Decision Support Tools, Patient Outcomes, and Informatics in the Acute Care Setting
Matthew D. McEvoy, MD
Medical University of South Carolina

Analyzing Management Data, a Run-through of Five Papers
Franklin Dexter, MD, PhD
University of Iowa

The Use of Real Time Data to Improve Documentation Compliance
Peter M. Fleischut, MD
New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College

Automated Active Surveillance for Medical Products in Clinical Registries
Michael E. Matheny, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

If I Ran the Zoo:  My Vision of the Monitoring and Information System of the Future
Frank E. Block, Jr., MD
Virginia Commonweath University

Modern Epidermiologic Methods to Control for Confounding in Observational Research
Brian T. Bateman, MD
Massachusetts General Hospital

Improving Quality and Strategic Alignment Through Cost Analysis
Steven Chen, MD, MBA, FACS
City of Hope National Medical Center

Overview of the Research and Synthetic Derivatives
Michael L. Assink, BS
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Mobile Applications in the Perioperative Environment
Brian Rothman, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Surgery Scheduling Based on Probabilistic Estimates of Case Duration Times
Vikram Tiwari, PhD
College of Technology, University of Houston

Head Mounted Display and Nerve Block Assistant for Regional Anesthesia
Brian Allen, MD
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Finding the Forest in the Trees: Using Informatics Tools to Look for Answers in Large Data sets
James M. Blum, MD
University of Michigan Health System

Data Visualization in Anesthesia: Turning Numbers into Clinical Pictures
Jonathan P. Wanderer, MD, MPhil
Massachusetts General Hospital

Utilizing Technology to Improve Resident Workflow
Allan Simpao, MD
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Using Informatics to Detect Drug Diversion by Anesthesia Care Providers
Richard Epstein, MD, CPHIMS
Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital