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DATA Symposium Poster Presentations

This symposium was a collaboration between the AAMC Groups on Institutional Planning (GIP), Information Resources (GIR) and Business Affairs (GBA). It was held September 30-October 2, 2015 in Austin, Texas.

This symposium explored how to move an Academic Medical Center (AMC) from a moderate user of data to an active user of data and analytic tools in the decision making process. Participants learned different approaches and discover how to overcome the challenges common to planning and developing data-driven teams, tools, and dashboards within an academic medical environment through formal presentations, active learning exercises, and case studies. This event was designed for academic medical center leaders charged with planning, establishing, operating and/or expanding an institutional data-driven decision-making system across all missions.

Presentations and related materials from this event are available below. Please note that you must "log into" this page using your AAMC ID to access the poster presentations. You may do so at the upper right hand corner of this page. Please contact Kim Reed at kreed@aamc.org or Ethan Kendrick at ekendrick@aamc.org if you are having any difficulty accessing these resources.

  • Click here to view the final online agenda, including biographical information for speakers.
  • Click here to view a list of participants (available only to conference attendees and you must log into the site).
  • Click here to view the session presentations from the event.

Poster Presentations:

  • Strategic Faculty Compensation and Productivity Alignment: Using Analytics to Guide Planning Decisions (log in to access)
    Kevin Eide, Medical College of Wisconsin

  • Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine: Base, Supplement and Incentive (BSI) Faculty Compensation Dashboard (log in to access)
    Ron Price, Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Division

  • Appointing, Credentialing, Enrolling, and Promoting Faculty Should Not Have To Be So Hard- See How the University of Michigan Has Automated the Processes to Make it Easier! (log in to access)
    Debra Komorowski, Medical School Office of Faculty Affairs, University of Michigan

  • Using Journal Prestige to Track Trends in Scientific Impact (log in to access)
    Roohi Baveja, Office of Research - Research Intelligence and Analytics, University of Michigan Medical School

  • Optimizing Radiologist Staffing Through Analysis of PACS-Generated RVU Data (log in to access)
    Robert Bour, University of Wisconsin

  • Bringing Analytics to the Academic Health Center – Insight Across Missions (log in to access)
    Adam Tobias, Information Services, USF Morsani College of Medicine

  • Enterprise Analytics Roadmap at the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) (log in to access)
    Mary Hill, Medical School, University of Michigan

  • Data Transparency as a Mechanism to Increase Engagement and Accountability (log in to access)
    Matthew Dolter, University of Iowa Health Care

  • Information-Driven Decisions in a Self-Service Business Intelligence Environment
    Suvam Paul, NYU School of Medicine

  • Enterprise Metadata Resources at the University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) (log in to access)
    Mary Hill, Medical School, University of Michigan

  • MEDS: Medical Education Data System (log in to access)
    Anthony Paolo, Office of Medical Education, University of Kansas Medical Center

  • Early Uses of the xAPI Data Standard to Collect, Track and Retrieve Learning Experiences across the Education Continuum (log in to access)
    James McGee, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

  • Accelerating Analytics Maturity at NYU Langone Medical Center
    Marina Marin, NYU School of Medicine


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