AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium

Register now to join SHARPC and NCCD at the 2014 AMIA Annual Symposium. This year, the conference will be held November 15-19 in Washington, D. C. (Early registration ends 8/28/2014)

A half day tutorial on the Fundamentals of EHR Usability is offered on Saturday, November 15 and is included in your registration. Just reserve your spot!

Learning goals include:

  • Understand the principles of usability and human-centered design
  • Understand the significance of usability and human-centered design and the consequences of technology-driven development
  • Describe usability methodologies and techniques to evaluate health information systems.
  • Perform user testing and expert reviews to detect usability problems in health information systems.

SHARPC will be represented with the following papers / posters / demonstrations:

  • Butler, K. et al. (Accepted for presentation). Patient-Centered Case Management System (P-CMS), (Accepted for presentation). Demonstration to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 1B)
  • Franklin, A. Walji, M. F. & Zhang, J. (Accepted for presentation). Fundamentals of EHR Usability. Tutorial to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 1)
  • Gururaj, A et al. (Accepted for presentation). Automation in Healthcare: is Automation Bias a side effect? Poster to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 3)
  • Harrington, C. et al. Enhancing the TURF framework with a workflow ontology. (Accepted for presentation. Paper to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium.
  • Jenders, R. et al. (Accepted for presentation). Clinical Decision Support:  A Practical Guide to Developing Your Program to Improve Outcomes. Tutorial to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 3)
  • Madani, S et al. (Accepted for presentation). Use of Natural Language Processing in Terminology Coverage Analysis Poster to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 3)
  • Probst, C.A. et al. (Accepted for presentation). A Checklist for Go-Live Assessment of Bar Code Medication Administration: Incorporating Human Factors in Implementation Efforts. Abstract to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 1)
  • Sittig, D. et al. (Accepted for presentation). How Can We Partner with Electronic Health Record Vendors on the Complex Journey to Safer Health Care? Abstract to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 3)
  • Sopan, C. Plaisant, S. Powsner, B. Shneiderman. (Accepted for presentation). User Interface Techniques to Reduce Wrong Patient Selection Error. Paper to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 4)
  • Wu, Y. et al. (Accepted for presentation Development of a Unified Computable Problem-Medication Knowledge base Poster to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 3)
  • Zhang, Z. et al. (Accepted for presentation) Developing an Analytical Inspection Toolkit for Health IT Personnel with Minimum Training in Cognitive Ergonomics: A Practical Solution to Improving EHR Usability. Paper to be presented at AMIA 2014 Annual Symposium. (Project 1)