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May 31, 2019

Mayo Clinic practice transforming research at AcademyHealth’s #ARM19

By Elizabeth Zimmermann

AcademyHealth's Annual Research Meeting, June 2-4, 2019, in Washington, D.C., showcases "Today's research driving tomorrow's outcomes." It is an ideal venue to share research findings from across the continuum of health care delivery.

The Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery drives practice transformation at Mayo Clinic. Multidisciplinary teams are taking control of the massive amounts of data that exist in health care today – from individual health records, to research findings from around the world – to build a better future for health care.

At #ARM19, Mayo Clinic is on site in Booth #105/107, with many opportunities to meet health care delivery researchers, learn about career options, and find out more about the research. If you'll be at #ARM19, stop by.

Here are all the other places you can hear from Mayo experts during #ARM19 (all rooms are in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, except as noted):

Sunday, June 2

  • 8:45 – 10:15 a.m., Room 146 A

Special Session: Innovation Opportunities for Risk Adjustment Under Value Based Payment

Session Chair Nilay Shah Ph.D., and Sarah Meier, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic; also Adele Shartzer, Ph.D., The Urban Institute; and Nathan Donnelly, New York eHealth Collaborative

  • 12:15 – 1:45 p.m., Exhibit Hall E

Poster A-227: Xiaoxi Yao, Ph.D.
Large Observational Data to Facilitate Personalized Shared Decision Making for a Recently Approved Cardiac Device

Poster A-331: Ramona DeJesus, M.D.
Experience and Expectations of Patients on Weight Loss: The Learning Health System Network

Poster A-357: Karen Schaepe, Ph.D.
Management of Uncertainty in Neonatal Periviability Counseling Sessions

Poster A-361: Kelly Viola
Understanding Patient Preferences in Developing Video Visit Environments

Poster A-448: Jonathan Inselman
Trends in Asthma Biologic Use in a Commercially Insured and Medicare Advantage U.S. Population

Mayo Clinic Presenter: Xiaoxi Yao, Ph.D.
Pairing Observational and Clinical Trial Data to Assess Cardiovascular Risk Reduction with Catheter Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation

  • 4 – 5:30 p.m., Room 147 B, Call for Abstracts Session: Organizational Innovations in Primary Care to Promote Patient and Provider Wellbeing

Mayo Clinic Presenter: Michelle Lampman, Ph.D.
Transforming Primary Care Practice with the Mayo Model of Community Care – A Qualitative Case Study of Implementation

  • 4 – 5:30 p.m., Room 144 A/B/C

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

Session Chair Victor Montori, M.D., and Ian Hargraves, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic; also Ming Tai-Seale, Ph.D., University of California – San Diego; Elissa Ozanne, Ph.D., University of Utah School of Medicine; and Megan Branda, University of Colorado - Denver Anschutz Medical Campus.

Monday, June 3

  • 8 – 9:15 a.m., Exhibit Hall E

Poster B-234
Shealeigh Funni
Pediatric Opioid Use in the Emergency Department: An 11 Year National Trend Study

Poster B-403
Rozalina McCoy, M.D.
Which Readmissions May be Preventable? Lessons Learned from a Post-Hospitalization Care

  • 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Room 144 A/B/C

Methods Session: Practicing Natural Language Processing: Dos and Don’ts

Session Chair Alexander Turchin, M.D., Brigham and Women's Hospital; with Hongfang Liu, Ph.D., Mayo Clinic; Stephane Meystre, M.D., Ph.D., Medical University of South Carolina; and Olga Patterson, Ph.D., University of Utah and VA Salt Lake City Health Care System.

  • 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., Room 152 A, Call for Abstracts Session: Trends and Challenges in Addressing Critical Issues for the Frontline Low Wage Workforce

Mayo Clinic Presenter: Jason Egginton
Reconsidering Burnout in Allied Health Staff: Assessing Work Unit Well-Being and Joy

  • 1:15 – 2:45 p.m., Exhibit Hall E

Poster C-196
Shaheen Kurani
Place, Poverty, and Prevention: A Mixed Methods Study

Poster C-199
Riccardo Lemini, M.D.
Healthcare Disparities in Elective Surgery for Diverticulitis: Identifying the GAP in Care

Poster C-222
Jennifer Ridgeway, Ph.D.
Collecting and Analyzing Data in Complex Community-Practice Environment: Protocol and Lessons Learned from a Study on Cancer Screening Uptake Among Patients with Limited English Proficiency

Poster C-302
Lisa Nordan
Risk Assessment and Referral Tool to Identify Patients at Risk for Pancreatic Cancer

Poster C-306
Jennifer Ridgeway, Ph.D.
Tracing the Potential of Networks to Connect Providers and Improve Community Cancer Care: A Case Study of an Integrated Health Systems

Poster C-368
Molly Jeffery, Ph.D.
Prolonged Opioid Use Among Patients Receiving Tramadol for Acute Pain

Poster C-387
Lisa Nordan
How a Risk-Stratified Precision-Medicine Model for Stroke Patients Improved Outcomes and Reduced Costs

Poster C-425
Ye (Julia) Zhu, M.D., Ph.D.
Systematic Review of the Evidence on the Cost-Effectiveness of Pharmacogenomics-Guide Treatment for Cardiovascular Diseases

Poster C-472
Riccardo Lemini, M.D.
Stage II-III Colon Cancer: A Comparison of Survival Calculators

Poster C-545
Michelle Lampman, Ph.D.
A Composite Measure of Primary Care Performance within a Large Integrated Health System

  • 3 – 4:30 p.m., Room 146 C, Call for Abstracts Session: Improving the Value of Health Care: Careful Examination of Low-value Services and Their Impact on Healthcare Costs, Utilization, and Outcomes

Session Chair: Rozalina McCoy, M.D., Mayo Clinic

  • 5 – 6:30 p.m., Marriott Marquis - Independence F/G/H, Podium Presentation:
    • Part 1: Case Studies: Application of AI to Improve Care
    • Part 2: AI, Friend or Foe: Insights from Clinicians, Researchers, Funders and Payors

Session co-Chair Rozalina McCoy, M.D., Che Ngufor, Ph.D., Molly Jeffrey, Ph.D., and Suraj Kapa, M.D., Mayo Clinic; with Session co-Chair Angela Thomas, Dr.Ph., and Raj Ratwani, Ph.D., MedStar Health Research Institute; Kerrie Holley, J.D., Optum; and Chris Dymek, Ed.D., Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

Mayo Clinic researchers also were co-authors on several projects presented by other researchers at the AcademyHealth 2019 Annual Research Meeting:


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