Events

  • NIA IMPACT Collaboratory Special Event Webinar

    Wednesday, December 7, 2022
    12:00 – 1:00 pm ET

    “The Long-Term Care Data Cooperative-Learn all about it”

    Presented by:

    Drs. Vince Mor, David Dore and David Gifford

    Join us for a special webinar event featuring leaders from the Long-Term Care (LTC) Data Cooperative, who will provide an introduction and overview to this powerful new resource. The event will feature IMPACT’s Vince Mor, PhD, David Dore, PharmD, PhD, from Exponent, and David Gifford, MD, MPH from the American Health Care Association (AHCA). Join to learn more about the Data Cooperative, its membership, how to join, and options for data access.

    Zoom Conferencing:
    https://hebrewseniorlife.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_hBhIcSmSRKCdbbmxfmBLSQ

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  • NIA IMPACT Collaboratory Grand Rounds

    Thursday, December 15, 2022
    12:00 – 1:00 pm ET

    “Enrolling and retaining people living with dementia in a pragmatic trial of spinal versus general anesthesia for hip fracture surgery: the REGAIN experience”

    Presented by:

    Mark Neuman, MD, MSc

    Horatio C. Wood Associate Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Associate Professor of Medicine (Geriatrics), University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

    AND

    Justin Clapp, PhD, MPH

    Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology & Critical Care, Medical Ethics & Health Policy, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

    Zoom Conferencing
    Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android:
    https://hebrewseniorlife.zoom.us/j/97344810673
    Dial In : +1 312 626 6799 (US Toll) or +1 470 250 9358 (US Toll)
    Meeting ID: 973 4481 0673

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    Webinar: Michael Kahn, MD, PhD presents “Data Quality and Hidden Influencers in Electronic Medical Record Data”

    Large scale data sharing networks are creating multi-institutional clinical data sets for comparative effectiveness studies at scale. Much attention has focused on handling systematic bias in non-randomized routine-care data collection. We focus here on issues with data quality and “hidden influencers” that can impact the use of electronic medical record data in obvious and not-so-obvious ways.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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    Grand Rounds: Jacob Kean, PhD presents “Electronic Health Record Repositories: Benefits and Challenges of Data Standardization in Rehabilitation”

    Investments by the federal government in electronic health record (EHR) repositories position the research community to advance understanding of the epidemiology of clinical conditions and the quality, effectiveness and personalization of care. Data standardization supports those lines of inquiry but is challenging to achieve in rehabilitation care. This talk will focus on access to and use of existing EHR repositories, the benefits of data standardization in rehabilitation, and practical steps that might accelerate data standardization in rehabilitation and the use of EHR repositories.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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    Webinar: Rachel Richesson, PhD, MPH, MS, FACMI presents “Learning to Use EHR Data in Learning Health Systems: Focus on Compatible Phenotype”

    Learning Health Systems thrive with use of real-world data from electronic health record (EHR) systems in both observational and interventional research to generate real-world evidence. Computable phenotypes are specified definitions that can be used to identify patients with particular clinical conditions through computerized queries to EHR systems or data repositories using defined data elements, codes, and logical expressions. Computable phenotypes can facilitate research and learning by supporting the identification of patient populations, the delivery of clinical interventions, and the assessment of outcomes. The sharing and re-use of computable phenotypes can enhance the efficiency of pragmatic research and the dissemination of evidence-based interventions into real-world settings. This talk will discuss current platforms for identifying existing computational phenotypes as well as challenges and strategies for their implementation and validation in learning health systems.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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    Grand Rounds: Claire Kalpakjian, PhD, MS presents “Designing Data Inputs that Matter: Building An Infrastructure in a Real-World Learning Health System”

    Meaningful and relevant data are essential for any learning health system. Learning communities benefit from support in selecting and implementing data inputs – clinical assessment and documentation, patient-reported measures – that align with their learning goals. This talk will describe the development of an infrastructure to support the design and practical application of data inputs in medical rehabilitation that power cycles of learning to improve care.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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    Webinar: Hadi Kharrazi MD, PhD, MS presents “Population Health Informatics: What, how, and why?”

    In this presentation, we will discuss what is the rapidly growing field of Population Health Informatics (PHI), how PHI is leveraged to achieve the objectives of population health, and why PHI is critical for value-based care. We will also discuss the role of PHI in risk stratification efforts and the added value of new concepts in PHI such as social determinants of health, health disparities, frailty, and unique EHR data types.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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    Grand Rounds: Megan Morris, PhD, MPH presents “Advancing Healthcare Equity for Persons with Disabilities through Documentation in the Electronic Health Record”

    Persons with disabilities experience significant barriers in accessing high quality, equitable health care services. The presentation will discuss research, policy, and advocacy efforts to advance systematic collection of disability status in the electronic health record, which is the first step to addressing these disparities.

    This event is part of LeaRRn’s Series “Using Health System Research to Revolutionize Rehabilitation Care.”

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