Past Grand Rounds

2022

: virtual

Global Digital Health - Moving from shiny objects to national health systems strengthening

Prof. Alain B. Labrique, PhD, MHS, MS

: virtual

Title: Uncovering Patient Profiles to Enable More Targeted Patient Engagement and Health Care Delivery

Casey Overby Taylor, PhD

: virtual

Title: Computable Protocols: A Vision for Analysis on FHIR

Harold Lehmann MD, PhD

: Virtual

Title: Interoperable EHR-Based Registries through FHIR, NLP, and OMOP

Speaker: Jon Duke, MD

2021

: virtual

Electronic Health Record Data Quality: Between Pragmatism and Perfection

Emily Pfaff, PhD, MS

: virtual

Title: The Future on FHIR: New Approaches and Challenges in Interoperability

Julia Skapik, MD, MPH

: virtual

Large-scale evidence for a learning health system: Lessons from the OHDSI network

Patrick Ryan, PhD

: virtual

Title: The Road to Reproducible Research ​ on Medical Records:​ Welcome to the JH OHDSI Community

Speaker: Paul Nagy, PhD, FSIIM

Director of Education​
Biomedical Informatics ​
and Data Science​

Deputy Director ​

JHM Technology Innovation Center

On September 9 at 12 PM EST Dr. Paul Nagy discussed how Johns Hopkins transformed EMR data into the OMOP common data model and created a community of clinicians and researchers leveraging OHDSI on our Precision Medicine Analytics Platform.​

 

: Virtual

Global Digital Health - Moving from shiny objects to national health systems strengthening

Alain Labrique, PhD, MHS, MS

: Virtual

Rapid Translation of Data Science to Clinical Practice

Scott Levin, PhD