HDAA 2023

Posters are available for review 24/7 in the hotel atrium throughout the conference. Each submitter will be available to discuss their poster in one of two sessions per the schedule below.

Tuesday, November 7

1:30pm-2:20pm Poster Session A

How do we integrate AI and Simulation in Healthcare?

Kyle Kester & Mead Mulvihill, BigBear.ai

How IT Enables Providers to Optimize Care

Lee Pierce & Ben Sokolow, CDW

Embedded AI at Scale – a Case Study

Kevin Huynh & Jason Jones, Health Catalyst

CCMCN's Honeycomb Community Data Network

Joe Warbington & Patrick Kovalik, Snowflake; Sandra Arreola CCMCN

Restraints and Seclusions

Ishwarya Balasubramanian, University of Utah Health

External Clinical Data Sharing at Michigan Medicine

Audrey Barick, Michigan Medicine

Research Use of the OMOP CDM at the University of Rochester Medical Center

Christine Brower, University of Rochester

A Mile-High of Analytics puts Houston Methodist on the Mountain Top

Nitant Chakranarayan, Houston Methodist Hospital

Improving OR Efficiency through Extension of Epic Clarity into Custom Caboodle DMC to Create SANDPO SlicerDicer Data Model

Kritika Chauhan, UI Health

Unlocking the Value of Workforce Data through Analytics and HR Partnership

Le Chen, Sabrina Martinez, Sameer Khan & Sandhya Chandrasekhar Memorial Hermann Health System

Integrating Press Ganey Data into EPIC Caboodle Data Warehouse at UI Health to enable data driven decisions for improving patient quality outcomes

Amulya Boppana & Sharad Choudhary, University of Illinois Hospital at Chicago

Data Governance: From Committee to Program

Candice Crawford, University of Utah Health

HDAA Women In Analytics Special Interest Group

Lynsie Daley, Intermountain Health

Test Data Generation

Sribatsa Das, Memorial Sloan Kettering

Evolution of Business Intelligence: From Standard Tables to Interactive Dashboards for Enhanced Analytics

Liz Lucabaugh, Emory University

Automated Generation of Study Controls in the EMR

Brian Ostasiewski, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Integrating Patient-Reported Outcomes into a Research Data Warehouse

Irina Viviano, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Wednesday, November 8

1:25pm-2:15pm Poster Session B


PTERADACTYL: People of The Extraordinarily Roundaboutedly Acronymed Data Analytics Club That You Love

Beth Plotts, Caryn Boyd & Liz Downs, Michigan Medicine


Implementation of a Self-Serve Synthetic Data Platform at the Ottawa Hospital: Benefits and Lessons Learned

Erin McGeachie & Deanna Rothwell, The Ottawa Hospital


 Exploratory Dashboards in the Pursuit of Magnet Designation

Michael Rannie, Children's Hospital Colorado


Healthcare Personnel (HCP) COVID-19 Vaccination Reporting

Zenia Reyes-Bardelas, Baptist Health South Florida


Increasing Efficiency in Tracking and Reporting on Research Data Requests

Larisa Rodgers, Wake Forest School of Medicine


Central Lines in Real Time

Chantel Urban, Children's Hospital Colorado


Leveraging Amazon Web Services to analyze large data sets

Sallie Owens & Jeselyn Rhodes, Emory University


Enabling Collaborative Research in the Era of Heightened Sense of Privacy and Security

Sarah Wagner, Swan Bee Liu, &Yungui Huang, Nationwide Children's Hospital

You've Cleaned Up Your Analytics Catalog, So Now What? One Organization's Journey Building a Catalog, and How They Keep it Clean, Fresh, and Up-To-Date

Ed Wasserman, Children's Hospital Colorado

Conquering Data & Analytics Challenges for a Successful EHR Transition

Ashish Pagare & Shankari Kalyanasundaram, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


Michigan Medicine ICU Liberation Initiative: Development and Implementation of a Health System-wide dashboard to track the ICU Liberation A-F bundle compliance

Jayashree Neeluru, Michigan Medicine


Creating Dynamic Parameters in Tableau

Josh Lewis, Intermountain Health


Data Mart for CAP Cancer Checklist Synoptic Data from Epic Beaker

Michael Gurley, Northwestern University


Optimizing Covid-19 Data to Manage Employee Health across a Large Hospital

Courtney FergusonShaindel Kestenberg, Candice Newell & Tamara Dus, University Health Network