Pathology Informatics Summit 2014 Presentations

Tuesday, May 13

A Comprehensive Review of Pathology Informatics Sponsored by the Association for Pathology Informatics

  Michael W. Riben, MD Workshop Coordinator (Workshop A)
  Part I. Fundamentals in Pathology Informatics  
8:00-8:05 am Welcome
Michael W. Riben, MD
8:05-9:00 am LIS Fundamentals and Support of Laboratory Operations
Walter H. Henricks, MD     View PDF   View Video
9:00-9:55 am LIS Contracting, Implementation and Work Flow Design
Alexis Carter, MD      View PDF    View Video
9:55-10:10 am Refreshment Break
10:10-11:05 am LIS Interfaces: Basics, Implementation, and Pitfalls
Mark J. Routbort, MD, PhD     View PDF
11:05-Noon Pathology Informatics and Project Management
J. Mark Tuthill, MD     View PDF
Noon-1:00 pm Lunch Break – ON YOUR OWN
  Part II. Advanced Topics in Pathology Informatics
1:00-1:55 pm Standards and Pathology Informatics
Bruce Beckwith, MD     View PDF   View Video
1:55-2:50 pm Custom Software Development for Clinical Workflow Management
John H. Sinard, MD, PhD     View PDF   View Video
2:50-3:10 pm Refreshment Break
3:10-4:05 pm Whole Slide Imaging, Today and in 2016 and 2020
Stephen M. Hewitt, MD, PhD     View PDF
4:05-5:00 pm Clinical Informatics for Pathology Informaticists
Michael W. Riben, MD     View PDF

HIMA Imaging Science

  Metin Gurcan, PhD Workshop Coordinator (Workshop B)
8:00-8:05 am Introduction to HIMA methods
Metin Gurcan, PhD     View PDF
8:05-9:00 am Beyond Heterogeneity; Tackling Cancer Detection with Non-Linear Machine Learning Methods
Eric Cosatto, PhD     View PDF
9:05-10:00 am Quantitative In Situ Measurement of Biomolecules for Companion Diagnostics
David L. Rimm, MD, PhD     View PDF  View Video
10:00-10:30 am Refreshment Break
10:35-11:30 am New In Situ and Microdissection Technologies for Molecular Pathology
Michael Tangrea, PhD     View PDF  View Video
11:30-Noon Discussion
Noon-1:30 pm Luncheon Break – ON YOUR OWN
1:35-2:30 pm Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll: a Community Pathologist's View of Digital Pathology
Eric Glassy, MD     View PDF 
2:30-3:00 pm Refreshment Break
3:05-4:00 pm Go Large! Opportunities and Challenges Presented by Whole-Mount Histopathology
Anne L. Martel, PhD     View PDF   Viiew VIdeo
4:00-5:00 pm Panel Discussion: Discussion at the end of the talks with all the speakers to discuss different aspects of Histopathological Image Analysis (HIMA)    

Informatics Driven Molecular Pathology: Genomic Medicine and Clinical Informatics – Unique Challenges and Opportunities Sponsored by the Association of Molecular Pathology and the Association for Pathology Informatics

  Alexis Carter, MD, Workshop Coordinator (Workshop C)
6:00 PM-6:45 PM Pre-Analytic Clinical Informatics for Molecular and Genomic Medicine
Alexis Carter, MD     View PDF   View Video
6:45 PM-7:30 PM Analytic Clinical Informatics
Mark J. Routbort, MD, PhD     View PDF   View Video
7:30 PM-8:15 PM Post-Analytic Clinical Informatics
Federico A. Monzon, MD     View PDF
8:15 PM-8:30 PM Panel discussion and wrap-up

 

Wednesday, May 14

 

8:00-9:00 am

Short Abstract Presentations

1, 2, 3

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Short Abstract Presentations

4, 5, 6

Short Abstract Presentations

7, 8, 9

 

LIS Technology & Management  in Clinical Pathology

LIS Technology & Management in Anatomic  Pathology

Selected Abstract Presentations (No CME credit)

9:00-9:35 am

Facilitating a Patient Blood Management Program with Informatics Decision Support Tools

Darrell J. Triulzi, MD View PDF

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Image Analysis in Whole Slide Images of Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy

Informatics Infrastructure Requirements for Clinical Next Generation Sequencing(NGS): Challenges and Solutions

Somak Roy View PDF

9:35-9:45 am Ten Minute Break to Switch Lectures
 
9:45-10:20 am Analyzing LIS Big Data Quantitative Analysis of Signaling Pathways, In Situ, and Genotype-Phenotype Correlations Using Multiplexed Tissues
Anthony (Jake) Demetris, MD  View PDF   View Video
A Free-Standing Clinical Laboratorry Data Warehouse in  the Era of Enterprise Cllinical and Research Warehouses: 16 Years of Experience, Future Options, and Strategic Considerations

Phil Boyer  View PDF

10:20-11:20 am Break, Browse Exhibits, and Poster Sessions
 
11:20-Noon Point of Care Testing and Informatics - How to Prepare for the POCT Explosion
David McClintock, MD    View PDF

IBM, Watson, and the Valley of Death
Mark Boguski, MD, PhD   View PDF

WSI ZoomViewer: A Vendor Neutral HTML5 Whole Slide Image Viewer

Liron Pananowitz, MD  View PDF

Noon-1:00 pm Lunch Break
 

Wednesday Afternoon Plenary Sessions

1:00-1:05 pm Opening Welcome
1:05-1:50 pm Genomic Decision Support in the Real World: Harder Than it Looks
Justin B. Starren, MD, PhD   View PDF   View Video
1:50-2:40 pm Role of Pathology Informatics and Computational Pathology in Big Data
Michael J. Becich, MD, PhD   View PDF   View Video
2:40-3:30 pm Finding Meaning for Pathology in Meaningful Use and the EHR
Walter H. Henricks, MD   View PDF   View Video
3:30-4:05 pm Break, Browse Exhibits, and Poster Sessions
 
 

LIS Technology & Management  in Clinical Pathology

LIS Technology & Management in Anatomic  Pathology

Selected Abstract Presentations (No CME credit)


4:05-4:35 pm Data-driven Management for the Lab and Practice
Lewis A. Hassell, MD   View PDF
American Telemedicine Association: New Telepathology Guidelines

Reader Studies for Digital Pathology: Software for Simulation, Analysis, and Sizing

Weijie Chen    View PDF

4:35-4:45 pmTen Minute Break to Switch Lectures
4:45-5:20 pm Positive or Pretend Identification? Beginning the Patient Encounter with Biometric Identification
Raymond D. Aller, MD  View PDF
Pathology Information Systems to Support Genomic Medicine
Lynn Bry, PhD, MD
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An Open Standards, Enterprise Whole Slide Imaging Warehouse and Layered Governance Model

Seung Park     View PDF

5:30 pmAdjournment
5:30-7:00 pm Wine and Cheese Reception Exhibitor Ballroom
 7:00-9:00 pm

Digital Pathology 101 Workshop  (Workshop D)

Kim Dickinson, Workshop Coordinator

 

Thursday, May 15
8:00-9:00 am
Short Abstract Lectures
10, 11, 12
Short Abstract Lectures
13, 14, 15
Short Abstract Lectures
16, 17, 18
9:45-10:20 am
Subspecialty Lab Informatics
Searching Image Databases

This Is Your Brain on Informatics: A Total-Immersion Data Sciences Course for the Next Generation of Informaticists

Timothy Kennel  
 

LIS Technology & Management  in Clinical Pathology

LIS Technology & Management in Anatomic  Pathology

Selected Abstract Presentations (No CME credit)

9:00-9:35 am
Biorepository Informatics
Rajesh C. Dash, MD
Whole Slide Imaging and Image Analysis in Biopharma—Quantitatively Different

Integrating Robotic Analyzer with LIS to Reduce Human Errors in HPV Reporting

Peter Gershkovich View PDF

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9:35-9:45 am
Ten Minute Break to Switch Lectures
   
10:20-11:20 am
Break, Browse Exhibits, and Poster Sessions
11:20-Noon
Privacy and Security in Health Care: Following the Breaches
                                                 
Informatics and Forensic Medicine: Two Peas in a Pod

Large-Scale Retrospective Data Analysis For Postmarketing Surveillance of Point-of-Care Glucose Meter Accuracy

Lee Schroeder    
Noon-1:30 pm
Lunch Break
 
Thursday Afternoon Plenary Sessions
 
1:30-2:10 pm
LIS Functionality Assessment Tool Kit
2:10-2:50 pm
ABP Accreditation in Clinical Informatics
2:50-3:30 pm
Town Hall - Discussion of Controversial Issues with Audience
Moderator: Bob McGonagle
3:30-4:30 pm
Break, Browse Exhibits, and Poster Sessions
4:30-5:30 pm
Association for Pathology Informatics Block: Presidential Address, Membership Solicitation, Awards and discussion about Journal of Pathology Informatics
5:30 pm
Adjournment

 

Friday, May 16
   
8:30-9:20 am

Digital Pathology - The March of Whole Slide Imaging Into Clinical Practice
Stephen M. Hewitt, MD, PhD   View PDF    View Video

9:20-10:00 am

Financial Perspective of Health Care; Effect on Lab Industry; Role of ACOs
Robert MichelView PDF     View Video

10:00-10:20 amStand-Up Break
10:20-11:00 am

Errors in Selection of Appropriate Laboratory Tests and Interpretation of Test Results: A Major Cause of Poor Patient Outcome. Who will take responsibility?
Michael Laposata, MD, PhD View PDF    View Video

11:00-Noon Wrap-up Discussion and Summary; Faculty Panel
Noon

Conference Adjournment

 

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