Patient Electronic Health Data-Driven Approach to Clinical Decision Support is a brief summary paper describing an ongoing collaboration on a next generation clinical decision support system. The MindsEye system takes advantage of highly interactive, rich visualization to engage the physician at point-of-care in analyzing and diagnosing a patient based on historical, cohort, and medical protocol data.
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MindsEye: Development and Evaluation of a Human Computer Interface for the MindLinc Clinical Decision Support System
Javed Mostafa (PI) was awarded one of the NSF Smart Health grants. It is a collaboration among three institutions, UNC, RENCI (Co-PI, Dr. Ketan Mane), and Duke (Co-PI, Dr. Kenneth Gersing). The project starts immediately and will last for about three years. Interested in a PhD or Postdoctoral position? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with a recent vita.
With strong backing from TraCS Kickstart Program, a tech transfer arm of Translational Clinical Sciences Institute, as well as support from other UNC units such as the Launchpad program at RENCI, Keona Health recently launched as a company. Keona was recently awarded a NIH SBIR grant. Dr. Mostafa serves as Keona’s Chief Scientific Advisor and […]
ViewFinder Medicine (VfM) System
It is an intelligent image browser tool designed to facilitate quick retrieval and analysis of MRI data. VfM adapts the presentation of content based on user’s search patterns and feedback. It is designed to assist a physician retrieve and analyze MRIs and currently supports access to the ADNI database of curated Alzheimer images. The talk will focus on his collaboration with a past student Mayank Agarwal.
Conference Paper: Content-based Image Retrieval for Alzheimer’s Disease Detection [PDF]
Dr. Mostafa was a session chair and presenter in the recently held 7th Academic Medical Center Conference.
New Rules! Putting Together Privacy & Security Policy, Technology & Practice in a HITECH World
TraCS Biomedical Informatics Core Director, Dr. Mostafa, recently participated as a member of the Scientific Program Committee (SPC) and a track chair in the AMIA Joint Summit on Translational Science.
In addition, based on work conducted in the NC TraCS Institute he had two presentations in the AMIA Clinical Informatics Summit 2011.
The two panel presentation titles are the following:
- “Challenges and Emerging Solutions for Securing Medical Data and Applications” — with UCSF and Ohio State
- “Meaningful Use and Personalized Patient Education” –- with NIH (Jim Cimino) and Duke
The abstracts of the presentations above included co-authors from NIH, Healthwise, Duke University, UC San Francisco, and Ohio State University. Dr. Mostafa was the lead author on both abstracts.
CTSA-funded NC Translational & Clinical Sciences (TraCS) Institute dedicated to improving health care through information technology.
Work focusing a new distributed model for information retrieval conducted by members of LAIR was reported in the recent International Conference of the Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval held on July 19-23 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Scalability of Findability: Effective and Efficient IR Operations in Large Information Networks
Weimao Ke, Javed Mostafa (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Multi Agent Collaboration and Classification of Information (MACCI)
Library of User-Oriented Concepts for Access Services (LUCAS).