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Getting Started with CQL: Technical Implementation for Vendors

Transitioning from the Quality Data Model to Clinical Quality Language (CQL) impacts health IT vendors who implement electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQM). This HIMSS18 presentation by James Bradley, MITRE and Bryn Rhodes, ESAC provides an overview of the CQL architecture, building a CQL execution engine, and using Open Source execution engines—focusing on the JavaScript execution engine used in Bonnie.

Predictive Analytics for Mental Health Outcomes: A Case for Novel Applications of the Hedonometer

Learn about the latest collaborative pursuit between Computational StoryLab at the University of Vermont and MITRE in applying the Hedonometer as an initial screening tool to identify veterans at greatest risk to attempt suicide. A HIMSS18 presentation by Josh Park and Lisa Tompkins-Brown from MITRE.

Improving Health Outcomes by Connecting Data

Improving Health Outcomes by Connecting Data

MITRE’s Dr. Sarah Corley and Dr. Sybil Klaus discuss the research and tools needed for clinicians to better use data and reduce the current electronic health record provider input burden. Watch their take on how natural language processing and machine learning can help solve these difficult problems, predict risk for disease, and contribute to a holistic view of patient records.

Using Data Interoperability to Improve Care for Veterans

Using Data Interoperability to Improve Care for Veterans

With more veterans relying on care from multiple providers, it’s important that all clinicians involved in the patient’s care be able to see a holistic view of the symptoms, history, and treatments. MITRE’s VP and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Jay Schnitzer talks about the research under way and the vision for achieving interoperability of electronic health record data for better healthcare outcomes.

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