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2019 ASCO Annual Meeting

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A blinded evaluation of a clinical decision-support system at a regional cancer care center.

Suthida Suwanvecho

6553

A framework for building a clinically relevant risk model.

Robert Michael Daly

6554

A multidisciplinary-guided digital solution to data capture in early-phase clinical trials.

Donna M. Graham

e18063

A novel approach to support community oncology practices in building a clinical research program.

Jeremy Miller

e18087

A predictive model for survival in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) based on electronic health record (EHR) and tumor sequencing data at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Nathanael Fillmore

109

Accelerating advanced precision medicine through a harmonized data exchange platform and research consortium (PMEC).

Davendra Sohal

6557

Adoption and utilization of NGS-based molecular profiling in community-based oncology practices: Insights from Sarah Cannon.

Andrew McKenzie

e18064

AI platform in mammography to screening breast cancer: A sole-center experience.

Jie Li

e18052

An algorithmic approach to deriving line of therapy in a real-world data set for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Chhaya Shadra

e18099

An analysis of growth patterns of targeted therapies (TTs) using keywords from ASCO annual meeting abstracts.

Yutao Gong

e18084

An evaluation of artificial intelligence-based clinical decision supports use in Brazil.

Hermano Alexandre Lima Rocha

e18081

Answering real-world questions using real-world data: Understanding dynamic treatment decisions and outcomes in metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC).

Hui-Li Wong

e18061

Application of deep learning for clinical predictive modeling: An artificial intelligence recognition in spinal metastases.

Hui Zhao

e18050

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in risk prediction of hospital acquired pressure injuries (HAPIs) among oncology inpatients.

Vinod Ravi

e18095

Artificial intelligence (AI) to improve patient outcomes in community oncology practices.

John Frownfelter

e18098

Assessing real-world outcomes in precision oncology by linking clinical genomic testing to electronic medical records.

Debajyoti Datta

e18091

Assessment of a highly curated somatic oncology mutation database to facilitate identification of clinically important variants in NGS results.

Xiaoju Max Ma

e18086

Automating incidental findings in radiology reports using natural language processing and machine learning to identify and classify pulmonary nodules.

Christi French

e18093

BIG DATA in geriatric oncology: How could we assess effective working time?

Borja Lopez De San Vicente

e18073

Brain metastasis as exclusion criteria in extensive-stage small cell lung cancer trials: A trend over five decades.

Takefumi Komiya

e18048

Building a data foundation: How MD Anderson and Palantir are partnering to accelerate research and improve patient care.

Kristin Alfaro-Munoz

e18077

Characterization of temporal relationships of comorbidities developed following cancer diagnoses in veterans.

Julian C. Hong

e18049

ChemoPalRx: Development and implementation of a chemotherapy mobile provider order entry system in a safety net hospital.

Kin Wai (Tony) Hung

e18071

Computer-aided classification of lung nodules on CT scans via 3D CNNs.

Xiaohua Liu

e18047

Creating the real-world medical record: Using digital patient-generated data to create an updated picture of patients outcomes.

Maytal Bivas-Benita

e18092

Deriving real-world oral antineoplastic treatment endpoints: A comparison of automated data extraction versus manual chart abstraction.

James Lin Chen

e18070

Development of a digital immunohistochemistry records’ management system at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH), Eldoret, Kenya.

Kirtika Tushar Patel

e18075

Development of an artificial intelligence model to predict survival at specific time intervals for lung cancer patients.

Smita Agrawal

6556

Electronic but overly eclectic: Disciplined EHR data management is needed to automate MIPS reporting.

Anna E. Schorer

e18074

Emergency oncology: The situation of acute general hospital in Japan.

Yoshitaka Onishi

e18069

Employing an oncology decision-support system to quantify treatment variation.

Jun Liang

e18067

Evaluating the impact of cancer awareness months in Mexico using internet search engine analytics.

Jorge Humberto Hernandez-Felix

e18056

Generating real-world evidence: Using automated data extraction to replace manual chart review.

Jennifer H. Law

e18096

Harmonization of clinical data across Gen3 data commons.

LaRon Hughes

e18094

Mutational analysis of >14,000 solid tumor NGS tests from community oncology practices: The Sarah Cannon molecular landscape.

Andrew McKenzie

e18065

Patient reported outcomes and predictors of distress.

Patrick Leland Meadors

6559

Patient-reported outcomes during hospitalization for patients with late discharge after an open surgery for GYN tumors.

Xin Shelley Wang

e18078

Proof-of-concept study evaluating a new tool for standardizing radiological assessment of tumor response to treatment in routine clinical practice.

Charles Mastier

e18079

Quantifying interoperability: An analysis of oncology practice electronic health record data variability.

Elmer Victor Bernstam

e18080

RDI as a method for reviewer performance monitoring in BICR setup for improving data quality.

Manish Sharma

e18082

Real-world data (RWD) and patients reported outcomes (PRO) in breast cancer (BC): Physical, emotional side effects (S/E), financial toxicity (FT), and complementary usage (CM) relations.

Daniel A. Vorobiof

e18060

Real-world efficacy of bone modifying agents (BMAs) in patients with breast cancer (BC) treated in an academic health system: Use of the “green button.

Yasmin Karimi

e18054

Reasons for discordance in treatment approaches between oncology practice and clinical decision support in China.

Jun Liang

6555

Recovery of symptom burden and functioning for patients with late discharge after an open surgery for GYN tumors.

Charles S. Cleeland

e18083

Remote patient monitoring using smart phone derived patient reported outcomes and Fitbit data to enable longitudinal predictive modeling in prostate cancer: Feasibility results and lessons on platform development.

Andrew L. Laccetti

e18068

Searching for lymphoma: An analysis of internet and social network activity and engagement.

John Patrick Galvin

e18102

Social media for oncology clinical trial recruitment: Oncologists’ attitudes and perceptions.

Mina S. Sedrak

e18066

Target versus non-target lesions in determining disease progression: Analysis of 581 patients.

Stephen Raskin

e18053

Toward early diagnosis decision support for breast cancer: Ontology-based semantic interoperability.

Mengchun Gong

e18072

Update: Implementation of a multidisciplinary quality improvement initiative to improve molecular testing rates in advanced non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer.

Zachary Otaibi

e18085

Use of machine learning to identify relevant research publications in clinical oncology.

Fernando Jose Suarez Saiz

6558

Visualizing real-world outcomes through the lens of a molecular tumor board: Persona-typing pancreatic cancers for clinical decision support.

Emanuel Petricoin

e18100