Stephanie Cha, M.D., Johns Hopkins Medicine
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
1y ago
The COVID pandemic resulted in a high incidence of patients with respiratory distress. While the use of mechanical ventilation helped some patients, others experienced acute lung failure, leading to a steady increase in the need for ECMO. The challenge with patients on ECMO is that even the smallest movement can be life-threatening, resulting in the need for constant bedside supervision. Staff at Johns Hopkins needed to monitor these complex patients while finding ways to reduce frontline caregiver risk. Learn more about: Initiated virtual rounding so providers could monitor patients from off ..read more
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Dr. Paul Nagy & Dr. Jules Bergmann, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
1y ago
Medicine and healthcare can use advanced data science technology to predict patient deterioration and risk.  However, challenges in data aggregation, access, and sharing can slow adoption and use of these technologies.   Listen in to hear from Dr. Nagy and Dr. Bergmann from Johns Hopkins Medicine and learn more about how they have solved the data challenge and are working with institutions across the country to accelerate the field.   Learn more about:  The Johns Hopkins Precision Medicine Platform and how it is used for tracking patient hospitalization trajector ..read more
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Dr. Genevera Allen, Data2Knowledge Lab, Rice University
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
2y ago
Data science, machine learning, and AI can be applied to a wide spectrum of healthcare tasks, from modeling the spread of COVID across a city to arrhythmia detection on an individual patient. Using these tools requires data and expertise from both engineering and medical communities. While these groups often collaborate on worthwhile projects, it can be difficult to start new projects across industries and institutions due to a variety of factors including geography, contracting, and regulations.  Motivated by a desire to train the next generation of data workers, the Data2Knowledge Lab a ..read more
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Dr. Barbara-Jo Achuff, Texas Children's Hospital
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
2y ago
Sedation is a necessary part of managing any patient during and after surgery, but also has well-known risks, including respiratory depression. When it comes to neonates and babies, sedation management is even more complex due to the size of these patients, their underdeveloped systems, and their inability to communicate. These factors not only lead to other short-term risks such as severe respiratory failure, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, hemodynamic failure, necrotizing enterocolitis and longer duration of mechanical ventilation, but studies also show that repeated or lengthy use of sedation c ..read more
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Dr. Danielle Rios, University of Iowa
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
2y ago
The specialty of neonatal hemodynamics has the potential to reduce death and brain injury among premature babies. While widely adopted in other countries as a standard of care, the specialty is beginning to gain traction in the U.S. because of the promise it holds in enabling increased precision in the identification of patients at greatest risk of cardiovascular morbidity, a more targeted approach to use of medical therapy, and enhanced longitudinal appraisal of response to treatment. For a full replay of the webinar with accompanying slides please visit: www.healthcaredatamatters.com Informa ..read more
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Dr. Parag Jain, Baylor College of Medicine
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
2y ago
Up to 48% of post-op pediatric cardiac patients with congenital heart defects develop post-operative arrhythmias. Junctional ectopic tachycardia (JET) is considered the most common type of tachycardia seen during early post-operative care, but there are currently no automated detection algorithms for JET. Dr. Jain  discusses how he leveraged both data and expertise across academic and industry partners to create algorithms to detect JET. Hear how this approach can accelerate clinically impactful research. For a full replay of the webinar with accompanying slides please visit: www.healthca ..read more
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Dr. Javier Lasa, Texas Children's Hospital
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Healthcare Data Matters
2y ago
Neonates with critical congenital heart disease have an immature cardiovascular systems and increased risks for hemodynamic instability and sudden cardiac arrest. Hemodynamic management of these patients helps decrease that risk. Dr. Lasa discusses how he and his colleagues at Texas Children’s Hospital use data and remote monitoring tools to better manage these complex patients in everyday patient care at one of the largest cardiac intensive care units dedicated to neonates with congenital heart disease in the country. Hear how they are also leveraging that data to accelerate research and deve ..read more
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Dr. Craig Rusin, Baylor College of Medicine
Healthcare Data Matters Podcast
by Karen Jimenez
2y ago
Patients with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) have a high risk of critical deterioration. And since their physiologic profile differs from other patient populations, specialized clinical training is required to care for these patients. Join Dr. Craig Rusin as he discusses how he and his colleagues use data to predict these events before they happen. For a full replay of the webinar with accompanying slides please visit: www.healthcaredatamatters.com. Dr. Rusin's research paper: Prediction of imminent, severe deterioration of children with parallel circulations using real-time processing ..read more
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