The National Library of Medicine (NLM), in partnership with Augusta University, GA offers the NLM Georgia Biomedical Informatics Session September 11-17, 2016. Augusta,GA
TFI staff attended this invite-only week-long immersive experience in biomedical informatics taught by experts in the field. The course guides participants through topics including biomedical informatics methods, clinical informatics, big data and imaging, genomics, consumer health informatics, mathematical modeling, and telemedicine and telehealth.The purpose of the course is to introduce an influential group of health professionals to the benefits of computerized information resources and the application of computer technologies and information science in biomedicine. The course trains scientists, educators, librarians, physicians and other health professionals in the principles of biomedical informatics and the use of a broad range of information technologies and electronic information resources.
August 2-5, 2016. Milwaukee, WI.
TFI conducted two presentations: 1) Navigating the Waters of Medicare Improvements for Patients & Providers Act (MIPPA) Reporting and Data Quality – Joint presentation with ACL and the National Council on Aging (NCOA); and 2) State Health Insurance Assistance Program – National Performance Reporting (SHIP NPR) – SHIP NPR 101 Training Session.
July 28-31, 2016. Arlington, VA
TFI held training sessions on the SHIP NPR system and performance measure updates.
May 15-18, 2016. Montreal, Quebec.
TFI exhibited showcasing the NIH Clinical Trials Database (CTDB) management system.
May 17-20, 2015. Arlington, VA.
TFI's Bob Annechiaricoinducted as Fellow of the Society – Class of 2015. TFI also presented the NIH Clinical Trial Database (CTDB) solution as an open source CTMS platform.
March 23-27, 2015. San Francisco, CA.
TFI exhibited as a featured Small Business presenting a publication on the NIH Clinical Trial Database (CTDB) solution.
November 15-19, 2014. Washington D.C.
TFI exhibited as a featured Small Business presenting two publications on the NIH Clinical Trial Database (CTDB) solution.
Huser V,Sastry C, Breymaier M, Idriss A, Cimino JJ.
Efficient communication of a clinical study protocol and case report forms during all stages of a human clinical study is important for many stakeholders. An electronic and structured study representation format that can be used throughout the whole study life-span can improve such communication and potentially lower total study costs. The most relevant standard for representing clinical study data, applicable to unregulated as well as regulated studies, is the Operational Data Model (ODM) in development since 1999 by the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC).
J Biomed Inform. July 15, 2015. pii: S1532-0464(15)00133-1. doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2015.06.023.
Francisco Velez V, Robert Amoroso, Scott Rushing, Asma Idriss, Robert Annechiarico.
National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD USA. Division of Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC.
This presentation provided a comprehensive look at the NICHD Clinical Trial Database (CTDB) Open Source platform, its intent and development, and the benefits of adoption. Presented in an Invited Session at the 36 Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials, Arlington, VA, March 18-20, 2015.
AsmaIdriss, Matthew Breymaier, KesaKoresko, Sean Ivusic, Francisco Velez, Robert Annechiarico, David Songco.
National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD USA.
This presentation focused on the biospecimen management capabilities of CTDB, and plans to make this platform available through an Open Source portal.
Presented at the AMIA 2015 Joint Summits on Translational Science, San Francisco, CA, March 23-27, 2015.
Chandan Sastry, PhD, Suzanne A. Milbourne, PhD, Richard Sacher, PhD, Michelle A. Mattera, MBE, Francisco Velez V, Robert P. Annechiarico.
NIH/NICHD, Bethesda, MD; BADER Consortium - University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
This presentation highlighted the achievements gained through the collaboration between NICHD and its Extramural implementation of the CTDB platform in support of a DoD effort to improve rehabilitation outcomes for wounded military service men and women
Presented at the AMIA 2014 Joint Summits on Translational Science, SanFrancisco, CA, April 7-11, 2014.
ChandanSastry, PhD, AsmaIdriss, Matthew Breymaier, Sean Ivusic, Thomas Caruso, Robert Annechiarico.
National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD USA.
This presentation demonstrated the benefit of Open Source software development in a government setting. It provided a development plan and intent to make the clinical trials software platform available to the public.
Presented at the AMIA 2014 Joint Summits on Translational Science, San Francisco, CA, April 7-11, 2014.
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