2011 Presentations

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

I.  Fundamentals of Pathology Informatics

8:00-9:00

LIS Basics: CP and AP LIS Design and Operations

Walter Henricks

9:00-10:00

Structured Data in Pathology Reporting

John Sinard

10:00-11:00

Standards and Pathology Informatics  

Bruce Beckwith

11:00-Noon

Organizational and Political Aspects of Lab Information Management

Bruce Friedman

1:00-2:00

Information System Selection

Ray Aller

2:00-3:00

LIS Implementation and Work Flow Design: Getting the Most Out of Your LIS

Kathy Davis

3:20-4:00

Stand-Alone Applications: Filling the LIS Functionality Gaps

Liron Pantanowitz

4:00-5:00

Telepathology and Digital Pathology

 Ron Weinstein

II. Advanced Topics in Pathology Informatics

1:00-1:50

Is It Necessary to Replace your Current LIS?  Criteria to Help you Decide

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner

1:50-2:30

The Process for Selecting a New LIS – Traditional and Non-Traditional

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner

3:00-3:50

Filling Functionality Gaps of Your Current LIS with Supplemental Applications

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner

3:50-4:40

Contracting  For An LIS – Protecting Your Interests

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner

            HIMA Workshop

8:00-8:15

Introduction to HIMA

Metin Gurcan

Clinical and Preclinical Applications and Evaluation

8:15-8:45

Integrating the Digital Microscope into Clinical Practice

Stephen Hewitt

8:45-9:15

Assessment of Computer-Aided Image Analysis Devices:  Experience Gained from CAD in Radiology

Berkman Sahiner

9:15-9:45

Observer Variability in the Assessment of Tissue-Based Biomarkers with Unaided and Computer-Aided Digital Microcopy

Marios Gavrielides

Novel Imaging and Fusion Techniques

10:20-11:00

Chemical Imaging for Histopathology:  An Emerging Route for Molecular and Structural Analysis of Tissues

Michael John Walsh

11:00-11:45

Quantitative Integration of Radiology, Pathology and Omics Data:  Method and Use Cases 

Anant Madabhushi

1:00-1:50

HIMA In an Academic Pathology Department:  A New Chair's Perspective

John Tomaszewski

1:50-2:45

Multiplexed Immunofluorescence in Formalin-Fixed Paraffin Embedded Prostate Cancer

Jens Rittscher and Michael Gerdes

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Wednesday Morning Breakout Sessions

Clinical Information Management Track

9:00-9:40

Improving Laboratory Test Selection and Test Results Interpretation

Michael Laposata

9:40-10:20

Web-based Order Entry Portal in Support of Outreach Testing

 Mark Tuthill

11:20-Noon

Clinical Laboratory Informatics:  Building an Infrastructure for Improving Quality and Enhancing Value

Anand Dighe

System Support and Connectivity Track

9:00-9:40

New Approaches to LIS Connectivity

Ulysses Balis

9:40-10:20

Cytogenomic Arrays: Clinical Applications in Cancer Diagnostics

Jill Hagenkord

11:20-Noon

Laboratory Computing Models for Resource Limited Countries

Raymond Aller

Digital Imaging Track

9:40-10:20

Image Archiving for Digital Pathology: Which Way to Turn?

Glenn Taylor

11:20-Noon

Fifteen Years of Mistakes Lessons in Image Management at Mayo Clinic

Bradley Erickson

Wednesday  Plenary Lectures

1:35-2:00

Isolation of CTC's: Algorithms and Relationship to Whole-Slide Imaging

Mehmet Toner

2:00-2:40

The NextGen LIS: Who Will Build It and What Will It Look Like?

NextGen LIS: Part 2

Ulysses Balis and John Gilbertson

2:40-3:20

Lensless, Inexpensive Microscopy

Aydogan Ozcan

Wednesday Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Clinical Information Management Track

4:10-4:50

Quantifying and Communicating the Information Content of Lab Tests

Brian Jackson

4:50-5:30

Closing the Loop on Actionable Test Results

Anand Dighe

System Support and Connectivity Track

4:10-4:50

Electronic Document Management Sytem for the Laboratory Product Line

Mark Tuthill

4:50-5:30

Relevance of the "Meaningful Use" Requirements for the Pathologist

Walter Henricks

Digital Imaging Track

4:10-4:50

Optimal Workflow and Digital Pathology

Jonhan Ho and Anil Parwani

4:50-5:30

Implementation, Deployment and Security of WSI Solution

Stephen Hewitt

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Thursday Morning Breakout Sessions

Clinical Information Management Track

9:00-9:40

Measurement of the Rate of Inappropriate Lab Test Ordering

Brian Jackson

9:40-10:20

Validation of Laboratory Results Exchanged Among Multiple Hospital Enterprise Systems

Walter Henricks + Audience

11:20-Noon

Synoptic Reporting for Molecular Diagnostics and FISH Laboratores: Development Implementation and Data Retrieval

Alexis Carter

1:30-2:20

Current Overview of Pathology Informatics Literature: Key Articles in JPI and Trends in the Field

Liron Pantanowitz and Anil Parwani

System Support and Connectivity Track

9:00-9:40

Integration Goals for Pathology: An Intra- and Inter- Specialty Agenda

Bruce Friedman

9:40-10:20

Beyond LEAN and Conveyor Belts: What's Next in AP Automation

Ulysses Balis

11:20-Noon

Genomic Pathology and What's Next in P4 Medicine

Jill Hagenkord

Digital Imaging Track

9:00-9:40

Quantitative Histocytometry

Michael Feldman

9:40-10:20

Quantitative Tissue Algorithms

Jason Hipp

11:20-Noon

The Virtopsy: Imaging Technology Transforms the Classic Autopsy

David McClintock

Thursday  Plenary Lectures

2:20-3:10

High-Throughput Clinical Cancer Genotyping

John Iafrate

Thursday Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Clinical Information Management Track

4:10-4:50

Integration or Disintegration of Transfusion Service Information

Suzanne Butch

System Support and Connectivity Track

4:10-4:50

Biobanking

Mark Lingen

Digital Imaging Track

4:10-4:50

Evolving National Slide-Sharing and Consultative Strategies

Walter Henricks

Friday, October 7, 2011

Friday Plenary Lectures

8:00-8:40

The Future of Whole Genome Scanning in the Hospital Setting

Mark Boguski

8:40-9:20

Time for a National Pathology Consulting and Esoteric Testing Network?

Michael Becich

9:20-10:00

IT-Driven Surgical Pathology Quality Control

Jeffrey Myers

10:20-11:00

Standards. Validation and Regulation: Relevance for Digital Pathology

John Gilbertson

11:00-11:40

Same-Day Surgical Pathology:  Technology-Driven Faster, Better, Cheaper Services

Ronald Weinstein

 

 

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