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Biomedical Informatics. Boyd Knosp , MS Assoc. Director for Biomedical Informatics Operations, Assoc. Dean for Information Technology February 7, 2014. Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Core – Goals. Improve investigator access to EMR (Electronic Medical Record - Epic) and administrative data

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    1. Biomedical Informatics Boyd Knosp, MS Assoc. Director for Biomedical Informatics Operations, Assoc. Dean for Information Technology February 7, 2014

    2. Biomedical Informatics (BMI) Core – Goals • Improve investigator access to EMR (Electronic Medical Record - Epic) and administrative data • Develop/implement tools for clinical and translational research support • Develop infrastructure for participation in national clinical and CER networks • Improve the Efficiency and Management of Clinical and Translational Studies

    3.  1.Improve investigator access to EMR and administrative data • Customized extraction of EMR data to support individual studies (Ahuja, Nadkarni, Burstain) • SCILink - to link bio specimens with EMR data (Ahuja, Schappet, Davis, Lorentzen) • Development of i2b2 warehouse with UIHC EMR and administrative data to support pragmatic trials and preliminary data for grant applications (Ryu, Van Tol, Nadkarni)

    4. 2.Develop/Implement Tools forResearch Support • XNAT for Image Data Management (Harding) • REDCap for clinical data capture and management (Davis, McClurg, Nuehring) • Exploit Epic capabilities for clinical trials recruitment (Schappet, McClurg) • Iowa Personal Health Record to support comparative research effectiveness studies (Lorentzen) • TCGA Compass to support onco-genomics research (Schappet, Lorentzen)

    5. 3. Support Participation in National Research Networks  • INSPPIRE – Pediatric Pancreatitis National Network (Ahuja, Davis, Nuehring, Mcclurg) • NINDS Stroke Clinical Trials Network (REDCap team) • WISE - Worldwide Sarcoidosis Research Study (Schappet, Lorentzen, Davis) • PCORnet Clinical Data Research Network Initative(i2b2 team)

    6. 4. Improve the Efficiency and Management of Clinical and Translational Studies • Promote best practices for data security and confidentiality, in conjunction with IRB. (Nuehring, Davis, Van Tol, Jesse, Schappet) • Implement a clinical research management system (CRMS) to support research administration, reporting, and tracking of metrics (Davis, Moody, Patterson) • Implement EMR Research Module and make CRMS and other systems interoperable with the Module (Davis, Duffy, McClurg)

    7. BMI Core Future Directions • Build capacity in medical informatics to address critical shortage of faculty and research staff and enable investigators to capitalize on emerging funding opportunities • Develop collaborative linkages to computer scientists and other faculty being recruited through Informatics Cluster Hire • Fully capitalize on EMR capabilities to support research subject identification and point of care randomization for pragmatic clinical trials

    8. BMI Core Future Directions • Create integrated clinical research data warehouse with other health systems in UI Health Alliance to support multi-site pragmatic trials and population management needs of the health systems • Implement new bio specimen tracking software to provide standard platform for all bio repositories on campus and increase their accessibility for research • Be national leader in implementing best practices to protect identifiable patient data