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Other Track Schedules

Clinical and Consumer Health-Care IT Track Schedule

MONDAY, MARCH 6

CCIT1 – EHR Usability in Policy and Practice
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Michelle Rogers, Drexel U.

  • Are Informed Policies in Place for Safe and Usable EHRs? A Comparison of Three High-Risk Industries
    Erica Savage, Raj Ratwani, and Rollin J. (Terry) Fairbanks, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health
  • Physician Burnout: A System-Oriented Approach for Analysis, Improvement, and New Designs in the Next-Generation Information Communications Technology
    Younghoon Kwon and Yeilim Cho, U. of Virginia Health System; Inki Kim, U. of Virginia
  • 3 Methods That Will Improve Physicians' Electronic Medical Records Experience
    Richard Wang, Kendra Cunningham, Anna Karpasov, and Felicity Saucier, athenahealth

CCIT2 – mHealth and Patient Portal Lessons and Examples
1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Denny Yu, Purdue U.

  • Objective Assessment of Patient Portal Requirements for a Large Hospital
    Rachal Thomassie, Mahnoosh Sadeghi, and Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.; Stephan Kotin, Houston Methodist
  • Toward the Design of mHealth and eHealth Tools to Support Home Dialysis Patients – User Needs and User-Perceived Barriers
    Plinio Morita, U. of Waterloo; Areeba Zakir, Kathy Huynh, and Joseph Cafazzo, Healthcare Human Factors; MaryJo Raposo and Christopher Chan, University Health Network
  • Usability Testing of PTSD Coach: A Mobile Health App for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
    Carolina Rodriguez Paras and Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.

CCIT3 – "Mobile Health Applications for Consumers" Design Competition
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture/Award Session
Chair: Richard Holden, Indiana U. - Indianapolis

  • Videogame-Based Medication Adherence Reminder for Children Living with Chronic Illness and Their Caregivers
    Paul Barclay, U. of Central Florida
  • Health Links, A Mobile Application for Low-Socioeconomic Position Patients in Madison, Wisconsin Seeking Information about Community Resources
    Nadejda Doutcheva, Michelle Tong, Thomas Martell, and Ashish Vishwanath V. Shenoy, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Claim Pro, An Integrated Health Insurance Management App for Managing Medical Claims from Multiple Insurance Plans and Finding Healthcare Providers
    Meng Li and Xi Zheng, U. at Buffalo, SUNY

CCIT-POS1 – Clinical and Consumer Health-Care IT Posters Session 1
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Ballroom E

  1. Ambient Activity Technologies for Managing Responsive Behaviors in Dementia
    Andrea Wilkinson, U. of Toronto; Marc Kanik, Keebee Care; Judy O'Neill, Grandview Lodge; Mark Chignell, U. of Toronto
  2. Applying Human Factors Engineering to Improve Usability and Workflow in Pathology Informatics
    Austin Mount-Campbell, Ohio State U.; Dan Hosseinzadeh, Pathcore; Metin Gurcan and Emily Patterson, Ohio State U.
  3. Evaluation of Microcontroller Technology to Enable a Smart, Connected Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
    Patricio Rodriguez Paras and Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.
  4. Exploring Interactions in the Home Environment: Personal Health Information Management Strategies of Patients With Chronic Illness
    Michelle Tong, Amy Borkenhagen, Gail Casper, Catherine Arnott Smith, and Nicole Werner, U. of Wisconsin-Madison
  5. Grounded Theory, Health Behavior Model, and User Experience: A Qualitative Study of Medication Management and How We Can Learn From Public Health Models
    Jessica White-Sustaita, Sentier Strategic Resources, LLC; Phaidra Harper, UT School of Public Health; Danielle Smith, Express Scripts Inc.
  6. If (Integrating Data, Design, and Technology): Print ("Value Institute Design Lab")
    Kristen Miller, Stephen Hoover, Muge Capan, Rebecca Kowalski, Rachel Kraft, Yaman Noaiseh, and Abhishek Surampudy, Christiana Care Health System; Elliot Ting and Ryan Arnold, Value Inst. at Christiana Care Health System
  7. Investigating a Method to Identify Drivers Playing Virtual Reality Games
    Kunal Khanade and Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.
  8. Provider Perception of Patient-Initiated Communication for Nonessential Tasks
    Anoosha Moturu, Rice U.; Stephan Kotin, Houston Methodist; Angela Avera, U. of Houston Clear Lake; Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.
  9. Pushing the Boundaries of User-Centered Design – A Real-Time Analytics Platform to Support Data-Driven Design
    Plinio Morita, U. of Waterloo; Quynh Pham and Joseph Cafazzo, Healthcare Human Factors
  10. Simulated Motivations: Understanding Influences on Medical Professionals Decision Making to Participate in Human Factors Research Studies
    Daniel Hoffman, Natalie Benda, Tamika Auguste, and Rollin J. (Terry) Fairbanks, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health
  11. Toward a Framework for Data-Driven Design – Lessons Learned and the Future of mHealth Evaluations
    Plinio Morita, U. of Waterloo; Joseph Cafazzo, University Health Network
  12. Understanding Cognitive Requirements for EHR Design for Primary Care Teams
    Laura Farrell, Shimeng Du, Linsey Steege, Randi Cartmill, Douglas Wiegmann, and Amanda Hoffmann, U. of Wisconsin-Madison; Mica Endsley, SA Technologies; Tosha Wetterneck, U. of Wisconsin-Madison

TUESDAY, MARCH 7

CCIT4 – Influencing Patient Behaviors with Persuasive Design
8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Kaden Rushford, athenahealth

  • A System for Rewarding Physical Exercise in Dementia
    Tiffany Tong, Andrea Wilkinson, Farzad Nejatimoharrami, Thomas He, and Mark Chignell, U. of Toronto
  • Participatory Design of a Social Networking App to Support Type II Diabetes Self-Management in Low-Income Minority Communities
    Wayne Zachary, Starship Health Technologies; Pamela Surkan, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Ngoc-Tung Nguyen, Starship Health Technologies, Georgia Michlig and Avril Kaplan, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Capturing Workflow for Health Management in Daily Living
    Mustafa Ozkaynak, U. of Colorado-Denver; Rupa Valdez, U. of Virginia

CCIT5 – Human Factors in the Hospital Setting
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Kaden Rushford, athenahealth

  • Experience of a Human Factors–Medical Collaboration: The Development, Evaluation, and Implementation of an Application to Support In-Hospital Resuscitation Teams
    Tobias Grundgeiger, Julius-Maximilians Universität; Thomas Wurmb and Oliver Happel, U. Hospital Würzburg
  • Bringing Our Toys to Your Sandbox: Developing Database-Driven EMR Indifferent Sepsis Alerts
    Kristen Miller, Muge Capan, Danielle Mosby, Tim Shiuh, and Eric Jackson, Christiana Care Health System; F. Jacob Seagull, U. of Michigan Medical School; Ken Catchpole, Medical U. of South Carolina; J. Sanford Schwartz, U. of Pennsylvania; Ryan Arnold, Christiana Care Health System
  • Rendering ICU Data Useful via Formative Testing of Tracking, Trajectory, Trigger (T3) Software
    Patrice Tremoulet, ECRI Inst.; Michael McManus and Dimitar Baronov, Etiometry Inc.

CCIT6 – More Proven User-Centered Design Methods
1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Michelle Rogers, Drexel U.

  • Generative Design Research: Using Metaphor to Capture Complexity
    Claire Tatro and Jack Fleming, athenahealth
  • Improvements in Clinical Practice and Efficiency Through Electronic Patient Bedside Observations
    Alexandra Lang, U. of Nottingham; Mark Simmonds, Nottingham U. Hospitals NHS Trust; James Pinchin and Sarah Sharples, U. of Nottingham; Sue Clarke and Lorrayne Dunn, Nottingham U. Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Engineering Representations to Support Evidence-Based Clinical Practice
    John Flach, Wright State U.; Peter Reynolds, Wright State School of Medicine; Carolin Cao and Tiffany Saffell, Wright State U.

CCIT7 – The Opportunity Project: Catalyzing User-Centered Health-Care Solutions Through Federal Data and Collaborative App Development
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Panel Session
Chair: Drew Zachary, U.S. Department of Commerce
Panelists: Olivier Kamanda, General Services Administration; David Maron, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

CCIT-POS2 – Clinical and Consumer Health-Care IT Posters Session 2
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Ballroom E

  1. A Gesture Is Worth a Thousand Touches: Mapping Gestural Inputs to Traditional Touchscreen Interface Designs
    Katherina Jurewicz and David Neyens, Clemson U.
  2. Applying User-Interface Design Heuristics on Computerized Clinical Decision Support Systems
    Yaman Noaiseh, Kristen Miller, Muge Capan, Dani Mosby, and Ryan Arnold, Christiana Care Health System
  3. Benefits, Consequences, and Opportunities for Redesign Associated with Communication Technologies for Nurse–Physician Communication
    Karen Dunn Lopez and Joanna Abraham, U. of Illinois at Chicago
  4. Better Together? Examining the Usability of the EMR Using the Desktop and Native Mobile Application
    Tiffany Leverenz, Wichita State U.; Sarah Fouquet, Children's Mercy Kansas City; Barbara Chaparro, Wichita State U.; Raymond Chan, Brandan Kennedy, and Laura Fitzmaurice, Children's Mercy Kansas City
  5. Development and Description of a Synthetic, High-Fidelity Emergency Department Patient Dataset for the Evaluation of Health-Care IT Products
    David LaVergne and Sabrina Casucci, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Nicolette M. McGeorge, Armstrong Inst. for Patient Safety and Quality; Theresa Guarrera-Shick, Bose Corp.; Lindsey Clark and A. Zachary Hettinger, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health; Robert Wears and Shawna Perry, U. of Florida; Li Lin, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Rollin J. (Terry) Fairbanks, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health; Ann Bisantz, U. at Buffalo, SUNY
  6. Identifying Information Requirements of Emergency Medicine Nurses and Physicians
    Rebecca L. Berg, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Akhila Iyer, Natalie C. Benda, and Daniel J. Hoffman, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health; Emilie M. Roth, Roth Cognitive Engineering; Nicolette M. McGeorge, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Ella S. Franklin, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health; Shawna J. Perry and Robert L. Wears, U. of Florida; Raj Ratwani and A. Zachary Hettinger, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health; Ann M. Bisantz, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Rollin J. (Terry) Fairbanks, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health
  7. Introducing an Electronic Whiteboard to Monitor Patients in Labor and Delivery
    Barbara Chaparro, Wichita State U.; David Grainger, KU School of Medicine; Carmen Resco and Emily Grainger, Wichita State U.
  8. Learn the NCI Grants Process and Obtain Funding to Support Your Teams in Cancer Care Research
    Veronica Chollette and Sallie Weaver, National Cancer Inst.
  9. Lessons Learned and Not Learned from Usability Testing of a Geriatric Self-Care Application
    Carly Daley, Victor Cornet, and Richard Holden, Indiana U. - Indianapolis
  10. Observed Usage Errors During Meaningful-Use Stage 3 Safety-Enhanced Design Summative Testing
    Jennifer Mauney and Janey Barnes, User-View, Inc.; David Clarke, Consultant; Caleb Furlough, Erika Orrick, Teri Brooks, Megan Brown, Olga Zielinska, and John Grishin, User-View, Inc.
  11. Strategies of Using Textual Information: Implications for Delivery of Health Information for Patients and Families
    Elizabeth Papautsky, U. of Illinois at Chicago; Valerie Shalin, Wright State U.
  12. Subjective, But Not Objective, Workload Associated With Computerized Patient Alerts Is Associated With Burnout in Primary Care Providers
    Megan Gregory, Elise Russo, and Hardeep Singh, Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
  13. The Value of Smart Home Laboratories to Support Older Adults' Home Health-Care Needs
    Maurita Harris and Wendy Rogers, U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  14. Usability Testing in Health-Care: A Case Study on E4 Wristband
    Yu-Shin Lin, Monika Tomar, Emily Abel, A. J. Schwichtenberg, and Denny Yu, Purdue U.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8

CCIT8 – Design for Aging
8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture/Panel Session
Chair: Michelle Rogers, Drexel U.

  • Lecture: Development of an Interface Checklist for Dementia Agitation Reporting by Caregivers
    Harshitha Meda and Aaron Rollinson, North Carolina A&T State U.; Ridwan Alam, Neeraj Gandhi, and Benjamin Ghaemmaghami, U. of Virginia; Martha S. Anderson, Carilion Clinic Center for Healthy Aging; Azziza Bankole, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine; Temple Newbold, Carilion Clinic Center for Healthy Aging; John Lach, U. of Virginia; Tonya Smith-Jackson, North Carolina A&T State U.
  • Panel: Design for Older Adult Consumers of Health IT: Best Practice Guidance from CREATE
    Wendy Rogers, U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Sara Czaja, U. of Miami; Neil Charness and Walter Boot, Florida State U.

CCIT9 – Supporting System Use
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Chenier
Lecture Session
Chair: Kaden Rushford, athenahealth

  • A User-Centered Evaluation of the Yukon Telehealth System – Promising Telehealth Opportunities
    Plinio Morita, U. of Waterloo; Dallas Smith and Matt Jacques, Yukon Government; Emily Seto, U. of Toronto
  • Developing Persuasive Health Messages for a Behavior-Change-Support System That Promotes Physical Activity
    Leila Sadat Rezai and Jessie Chin, U. of Waterloo; Rebecca Bassett-Gunter, York U.; Catherine Burns, U. of Waterloo
  • Going Down: A Case Report of an Extended EHR Down-Time in the Emergency Department
    Natalie Benda, Kathryn Kellogg, Rollin J. (Terry) Fairbanks, and Raj Ratwani, National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - MedStar Health
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