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June 18, 2018

On the road to AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting

By Elizabeth Zimmermann

If your calendar is blocked for travel the last week of June, you just might be heading to AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting in Seattle, June 24-26. If so, you should stop by the Mayo Clinic booth #309 for a visit with some of our researchers. Even if you’re not going to be in Seattle, you may want to check out what Mayo Clinic has on the docket.

One of the key events is a special session: “Trans-disciplinary Partnership and Analytics Improving Health Care Delivery: Case of Smart Emergency Department.” Sponsored by the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, in this session speakers will discuss Mayo’s unique Emergency Department Clinical Engineering Learning Lab. This multidisciplinary ED-CELL team pairs bedside clinicians with scientists and engineers, to perform discovery and rapid-prototype solutions, leading to practice changes for improved care. (While saving money, time and angst for Emergency Department staff and patients).

Mayo Clinic is at #ARM18 to share what we’ve learned over the past year, in an effort to accelerate practice transformation for the good of patients everywhere. In addition to publishing in peer-reviewed journals, we present our research at national and international gatherings such as AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting (ARM).

#ARM18 features researchers from across Mayo Clinic (and a plethora of other organizations), spanning the entire continuum of health care delivery research. In addition to the special session, our researchers are chairing other sessions, discussing their team’s research, and presenting posters. In addition, there will be many informal ‘Meet the Researcher’ sessions at the center booth.

Abstracts and more information are available on the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting agenda website.

Mayo Clinic at AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting 2018:

Sunday, June 24

  • 8 - 9:30 a.m., Poster Sessions
    • Disparities and Health Equity: Disparities in the Routes of Hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer in Florida
    • Translation, Dissemination, Implementation, and Impact: Implementation and Evaluation of Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes
  • 10:30 a.m. – Noon, Special Session

Trans-disciplinary Partnership and Analytics Improving Health Care Delivery: Case of Smart Emergency Department

Kalyan Pasupathy, Ph.D., with Heather Heaton, M.D.; Thomas Hellmich, M.D., (@THellmich); and Mustafa Sir, Ph.D.

Monday, June 25

  • 8 - 9:30 a.m., Poster Sessions
    • Improving Safety, Quality and Value
      1. Depression and Anxiety Among Patients on Chronic Opioid Therapy Enrolled in Controlled Substance Agreements
      2. Examining the Effects of Telephone Visits and Rurality on Veterans Perceptions of Access to Primary Care
      3. Healthcare Utilization Among Patients on Controlled Substance Agreements for Chronic Opioid Therapy
      4. Surgical Waste in an Orthopedic Surgery Operating Room: A Five Year Experience
    • Measuring Safety, Quality, and Value
      1. Association between Primary Care Appointment Lengths and Need for Ambulatory Reassessment, Emergency Department Care, and Hospitalization
      2. Role of Treatment Intent in Measuring Value in Radiation Oncology
    • Methods Research: Predicting Time to First Treatment for Patients Diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: Application of Machine Learning Methods
    • Patient Centered Research: Managing Patients with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: How Can We Better Address the Unmet Needs?
    • Payment and Delivery Systems Innovations
      1. Evaluation of Claims- and Administrative-Derived Patient Factors in Predicting Cost and Outcomes in a Lower Extremity Joint Replacement Bundled Payment Model
      2. Variations in Costs for Joint Replacement Bundles across a Collaborative of Health Care Systems

HSR Comes to Care: Shared Decision Making Innovations in Patient-centered Care

  • 5:15 – 6:45 p.m., Poster Symposium

Developing a Toolkit to Implement the Statin Choice Conversation Aid at Scale: Application of a Work Reduction Model

Presenter:  Aaron Leppin, M.D. (@AaronLeppinMD)

  • 6:45 – 8:15 p.m., Poster Sessions
    • Digital Technologies and Health: “No Waiting” in the “Waiting Room”: The Self-Rooming Patient Pilot Study
    • Health Workforce
      1. Geographic Variation of Cardiologists and Affiliated Practices
      2. Opinions and Reactions to ACA Implementation Among US Physicians 2012-2017
    • High Cost, High Need
      1. Toxicity and Outcomes Associated with Radiation Oncology Patients Treated with or without Chemotherapy
      2. “Cancer Is Bad, but Financial Burden Is Worse”: A Qualitative Study for Developing an Educational Intervention to Address Financial and Emotional Stress in Cancer Patients
      3. Utilization and Cost Analysis of Lung Transplantation and Survival after 10 Years of Adopting the Lung Allocation Score (LAS).
      4. Cost Savings Generated By Performing Pre-Emptive Kidney Transplantation over Traditional Dialysis Therapy: A Cost Analysis
      5. Impact of Psychiatric Comorbidities on Healthcare Costs Among Cancer Patients
    • Organizational Behavior and Management
      1. Patient Panel Size in Primary Care: A Meta-Narrative Review
      2. Strategies for Promoting Health and Reducing Enervation (SPHERE): Preventing Burnout in Allied Health Staff
      3. Organizational and Social Determinants of Burnout Among Primary Care Personnel in the VA.
      4. Three-Phase Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement (PRO) Implementation Study in a Consultation & Liaison Psychiatry (CL) Practice
    • Public and Population Health
      1. Provider Driven Panel Management: Improving Value in a Fee for Service Environment
      2. Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Exploration Portal: Community-Based Data Sharing

Tuesday, June 26

  • 8 a.m. – 9:30 a.m., Call for Abstracts Sessions
    • Application of Learning Algorithms to Understand Complex Healthcare Data

Predicting Postoperative Bleeding Risk following Colorectal Surgery Using Gradient Boosting Machine

Presenter:  David Chen, Ph.D.

    • From the System to the Individual - Understanding Health Care Use and Costs for Seriously Ill Older Adults

Frequency and Predictors of the Potential Overuse of Antidepressants in Elderly Residents of a Geographically Defined U.S. Population

Presenter: William Bobo, M.D.

Mayo Clinic abstract: Federal Guideline Change and Its Effects on Concurrent Use of Opioids and Benzodiazepine Discussant: Molly Jeffery, Ph.D., (@MollyJeffery)

Add these event times to your calendar, and stay tuned for more from @MayoClinic @AcademyHealth #ARM18.

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Mayo Clinic is at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting every year, to share our latest findings. Read about 2017.

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