Workshop Internacional de Informática Clínica Aplicada y Análisis

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Este taller entrega los fundamentos relacionados con el diseño, despliegue y gestión de sistemas de información en salud, así como también para la extracción y análisis de datos en salud. Se trata de competencias esenciales con demanda en fuerte aumento en línea con la creciente introducción de sistemas y tecnologías de la información en salud en Chile y en el mundo. El taller ha sido especialmente diseñado para personas que no cuentan con una formación previa formal en los dominios de las ciencias de la computación y la informática biomédica. Será impartido por un equipo docente proveniente no solamente de la Clínica Alemana y Universidad del Desarrollo, sino que contará además con docentes provenientes del Institute for Informatics de la Washington University in St. Louis (WUSM).

 

Objetivos

Al completar este workshop, los participantes serán capaces de demostrar ya sea una comprensión y/o el dominio de las principales áreas y aspectos indicados a continuación:

• La definición de Informática Biomédica (IBM) y sus principales subdisciplinas.
• Áreas críticas de la práctica y la investigación en IBM.
• Mecanismos para acceder a la base de conocimiento de la IBM.
• Tipos de sistemas de información clínica, su uso, y cómo se pueden crear arquitecturas a nivel de sistemas basadas en múltiples tecnologías para proporcionar plataformas para la gestión de información en salud, ya sea para la gestión y/o la investigación en salud.
• Principios de diseño de interacción Humano-computadora y la evaluación de la adopción y usabilidad de la tecnología.
• Modelos comunes datos, APIs, terminologías y ontologías que se pueden usar para sostener la interoperabilidad semántica entre sistemas de información clínica
• Diseño y operación de Data warehouse (almacenes de datos) y sistemas de reporte
• Mediciones cuantitativas y cualitativas de la completitud y calidad de los datos
• Estadística descriptiva y su uso en la agregación de datos clínicos
• Métodos de Machine Learning que pueden aplicarse a datos biomédicos complejos
• Métodos para visualizar los resultados de la agregación de datos y análisis más profundas de datos biomédicos complejos

Dirigido a

Investigadores, profesionales y técnicos del área de la salud que tengan familiaridad e interés en la investigación, operaciones y/o gestión en salud (clínicos, académicos, administradores, gestores, ingenieros o tecnologos entre otros) y que quieran aproximarse a los métodos y fundamentos para diseñar, desplegar y gestionar sistemas de información clínica, así como también para extraer y analizar información generada por dichos sistemas o plataformas. El taller ha sido especialmente diseñado para personas que no cuentan con una formación previa formal en los dominios de las ciencias de la computación y la informática biomédica.

Contenido

Este taller entrega los fundamentos relacionados con el diseño, despliegue y gestión de sistemas de información en salud, así como también para la extracción y análisis de datos en salud. Se trata de competencias esenciales con demanda en fuerte aumento en línea con la creciente introducción de sistemas y tecnologías de la información en salud en Chile y en el mundo. El taller ha sido especialmente diseñado para personas que no cuentan con una formación previa formal en los dominios de las ciencias de la computación y la informática biomédica. Será impartido por un equipo docente proveniente no solamente de la Clínica Alemana y Universidad del Desarrollo, sino que contará además con docentes provenientes del Institute for Informatics de la Washington University in St. Louis (WUSM). Ver el outline completo del workshop y a continuación.

The Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) is a world class scientific environment that provides unique strengths and efficiencies across a full spectrum of research, education, and patient care activities. Since its founding in 1891, WUSM has trained nearly 9,000 physicians and has contributed groundbreaking discoveries in many areas of medical research. WUSM is internationally known for research in neuroscience, genetics, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, oncology, immunology, diagnostic imaging, and many other specialty areas. In 2017, WUSM was ranked #7 by U.S. News & World Report among the nation’s research-oriented medical schools, and #4 in terms of total National Institutes of Health funding.

The Institute for Informatics (I2) provides an academic and professional home for informatics science and practice at Washington University, spanning WUSM as well as partnerships with the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Institute for Public Health, the Brown School, the Olin School of Business, the Innovations Incubator at BJC HealthCare, and the Cortex Innovation Community. I2 engages in innovative research, workforce development, and informatics service delivery targeting a variety of critical areas of need, including:
• the integration and dissemination of heterogeneous data, information, and knowledge resources;
• computational approaches to the interpretation of bio-molecular, image, and clinical phenotypes to inform precision medicine;
• the acceleration of clinical and translational research through the systematic management of study protocols, data resources, and analytical pipelines;
• the creation of learning healthcare systems in which cyclical evidence generation and application becomes integral to care delivery;
• the use of ubiquitous computing and sensing technologies capable of facilitating population health monitoring and intervention strategies; and
• methodological and technical approaches to enable and enhance research reproducibility and rigor.

Requisitos de Admisión

  • Experiencia laboral: No hay requisitos académicos formales de admisión, pero sí hay prerrequisitos (ver el Outline del workshop).

Requisitos de Certificación

  • Porcentaje (%) mínimo de Asistencia: 80% de Asistencia

La Universidad del Desarrollo se reserva el derecho a dictar o no el programa si no existe el mínimo de participantes requerido.

Docentes del Programa

Randi  Foraker, PhD, MA

Randi Foraker, PhD, MA

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of General Medical Sciences

Dr. Foraker is the director of the Center for Population Health Informatics (CPHI) in the Institute for Informatics and an associate professor in General Medical Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Dr. Foraker also serves as faculty director for the Data Management and Training Center for the Institute for Public Health. Dr. Foraker specializes in the design of population-based studies and the integration of electronic health record data with socioeconomic indicators and is wellrecognized in the field of cardiovascular disease epidemiology. Her recent research has focused on the application of clinical decision support to complement risk scoring in primary care, cardiology, and oncology. Her research portfolio has been supported by a combination of governmental and industry grants and contracts. Previously, Dr. Foraker served as an associate professor of Epidemiology at The Ohio State University College of Public Health. Dr. Foraker received her PhD in epidemiology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where her research focused on evaluating the impact of socioeconomic status on incident cardiovascular disease, receipt of cardiovascular treatments, and the progression of heart failure. Dr. Foraker also received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and health promotion, respectively, from The University of Iowa.

Philip R.O.  Payne, PhD, FACMI (Co-Chair)

Philip R.O. Payne, PhD, FACMI (Co-Chair)

Robert J. Terry Professor and Director, Institute for Informatics Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of General Medical Sciences Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Dr. Payne is the founding director of the Institute for Informatics (I2) at Washington University in St. Louis, where he also serves as the Robert J. Terry Professor and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering. Previously, Dr. Payne was professor and chair of the Department of Biomedical Informatics at The Ohio State University. Dr. Payne is an internationally recognized leader in the field of clinical research informatics (CRI) and translational bioinformatics (TBI). His research portfolio is supported actively by a combination of NCATS, NLM, and NCI grants and contracts, as well as a variety of awards from both nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. Dr. Payne received his Ph.D. with distinction in biomedical informatics from Columbia University, where his research focused on the use of knowledge engineering and human-computer interaction design principles in order to improve the efficiency of multi-site clinical and translational research programs. Prior to pursuing his graduate training, Dr. Payne served in a number of technical and leadership roles at both the UCSD Shiley Eye Center and UCSD Moores Cancer Center.

Albert  M. Lai, PhD

Albert M. Lai, PhD

Deputy Director, Institute for Informatics (I2) Chief Research Information Officer, School of Medicine Associate Professor of General Medical Sciences, School of Medicine

Dr. Lai is the deputy director for the Institute for Informatics and an associate professor of General Medical Sciences. Dr. Lai also serves as the inaugural chief research information officer (CRIO) at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Dr. Lai specializes in the development of research informatics infrastructure and is well recognized in the fields of clinical research informatics and consumer health informatics. His recent research has focused on the application of natural language processing, temporal reasoning and information fusion to generate a longitudinal computable phenotype to support clinical trial prescreening. His research portfolio has been supported by a combination of NCATS, NLM, NCI, AHRQ and PCORI grants and contracts. Previously, Dr. Lai served as the associate chief research information officer at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

Mario  Barbé, MD, MS

Mario Barbé, MD, MS

Chief, Unit of Data Analysis and Artificial Intelligence Department of Biomedical Informatics, Clínica Alemana de Santiago

Dr. Barbé’s recent research has focused on the application of machine learning techniques to solve clinical problems in oncology, radiotherapy, and neurology. Dr. Barbé received his Master of Science in Health Informatics and Analytics from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He focused on developing of a model that was able to predict the radiation received during the radiation therapy by the organ at risk in patients with prostate cancer. Dr. Barbé also received his Medicine Doctor degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Marcelo A.  Lopetegui Lazo, MD, MS (Co-Chair)

Marcelo A. Lopetegui Lazo, MD, MS (Co-Chair)

Director of the Center for Innovation and Research in Biomedical Informatics Department of Biomedical Informatics, Clínica Alemana de Santiago

Dr. Lopetegui is the Medical Director of Clinical Informatics Services at "ClinicaAlemana de Santiago", Chile. He was recently appointed inaugural director for the Center of Biomedical Informatics at Universidad del Desarrollo, where he leads research and innovation focused projects. He established the first clinical informatics internship for medical students in Chile, and recently founded the first clinical informatics fellowship for physicians. He also serves as the vice president of the Chilean Health Informatics Association (ACHISA). Dr. Lopetegui is a recognized pioneer in the field of Health Informatics in Chile, founding and organizing the Chilean Health Informatics Annual Symposium and collaborating in both government and industry-initiated efforts to establish the discipline locally.

Maurizio  Mattoli

Maurizio Mattoli

Coordinador Centro de Informática Biomédica Instituto de Ciencias e Innovación en Medicina (ICIM) Facultad de Medicina Clínica Alemana-Universidad del Desarrollo

Maurizio Mattoli is the coordinator for the Biomedical Informatics Center of the Institute of Science and Innovation in Medicine (ICIM) at Universidad del Desarrollo. His main areas of interest are software development project management in healthcare, telemedicine applications, and information security management. He participated into several telemedicine services implementations in Chile, ranging from the nation-wide tele-electrocardiography service for the Acute Myocardial Infarction Protocol (Plan Auge - Chile), to the provision of an e-consultation platform for the Galileo Telemedicine Program (Hospital Las Higueras, Servicio de Salud Talcahuano). He was previously assistant manager for the Medical Informatics and Telemedicine Center (CIMT) and for the Telemedicine Project at the Hospital Clínico de la Universidad de Chile (HCUCH) and also served as president of the Chilean Association of Health Informatics (2011-2013).

El listado de docentes está sujeto a confirmación. La Universidad se reserva el derecho de reemplazarlos.

Antecedentes Generales

Contacto
Maurizio Mattoli

56 2 23279927
Inicio de clases
25 septiembre 2018
Término de programa
27 septiembre 2018
Lugar
Auditorio ICIM UDD, Av. Las Condes 12461 Edificio 3 Plaza Asis -1
Horario
09:00 a 17:00
Valor Arancel
230.000
Descuento sobre arancel
10% CAS-UDD, 100% doctorandos ICIM UDD

Plan y Programa de Estudios

Nº de unidades y/o módulos
12