Full Schedule
Tuesday Schedule - October 4, 2011

 

 
A Comprehensive Review of Pathology Informatics
 
--Sponsored by the Association of Pathology Informatics (API)
 
 
I.  Fundamentals of Pathology Informatics
 
This workshop and the subsequent afternoon session, as a pair, are designed for pathology trainees who desire rapid immersion in the field. Practicing pathologists with a similar goal are also encouraged to attend

8:00-9:00

LIS Basics: CP and AP LIS Design and Operations

Walter Henricks      View Presentation    View PDF

9:00-10:00

Structured Data in Pathology Reporting

John Sinard      View Presentation    View PDF

10:00-10:20

Refreshment Break

10:20-11:00

Standards and Pathology Informatics

Bruce Beckwith      View Presentation   View PDF

11:00-Noon

Organizational and Political Aspects of Lab Information Management

Bruce Friedman      View Presentation   View PDF

 
II. Advanced Topics in Pathology Informatics
 

1:00–2:00

Information System Selection

Ray Aller      View Presentation   View PDF

2:00–3:00

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

Kathy Davis      View Presentation   View PDF

3:00–3:20

Refreshment Break

3:20–4:00

Stand-Alone Applications: Filling the LIS Functionality Gaps

Liron Pantanowitz      View Presentation  View PDF

4:00–5:00

Telepathology and Digital Pathology

 Ron Weinstein       View Presentation    View PDF

 

LIS Management: Replace or Enhance Your Current LIS?

This workshop is designed for pathologists and medical technologists whose daily professional responsibilities require a focus on LIS management.

 

1:00–1:50

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

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner      View Presentation     View PDF

1:50–2:30

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

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner      View PDF

2:30-3:00

Refreshment Break

3:00–3:50

Filling Functionality Gaps of Your Current LIS with Supplemental Applications

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner     View PDF

3:50–4:40

Contracting  For An LIS – Protecting Your Interests

Dennis Winsten and Hal Weiner     View PDF

4:40-5:00

Q and A; Summary of Ideas

 

 

HIMA Workshop 

 This workshop aims to bring together clinicians, computer scientists and industrial vendors of digital pathology equipments to discuss the clinical challenges and open problems, present the state-of-the-art research in quantitative image analysis and visualization methods for digital pathology, diagnosis, and prognosis from H&E and IHC stained, multi-parametric imaging.

 

8:00-8:15

Introduction to HIMA

Metin Gurcan     View PDF

 Clinical and Preclinical Applications and Evaluation

8:15-8:45

Integrating the Digital Microscope into Clinical Practice

Stephen Hewitt       View PDF

8:45-9:15

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

Berkman Sahiner     View PDF

9:15-9:45

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

Marios Gavrielides    View PDF

9:45-10:00

PANEL DISCUSSION (15 minutes)

10:00-10:20

Refreshment Break
 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      View PDF

11:00-11:45

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

Anant Madabhushi           View PDF

11:45-NoonPanel discussion (15 minutes)
12:00-1:00Luncheon Break
1:00-1:50

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

John Tomaszewski      View Presentation          View PDF

1:50-2:45

Multiplexed Immunofluorescence in Formalin-Fixed Paraffin Embedded Prostate Cancer

Jens Rittscher & Michael Gerdes      View Presentation          View PDF

2:45-3:00Panel discussion (15 minutes)
3:00-3:20Refreshment break
3:20-4:00

Workshop Summary and recapitulation

 

Wednesday Schedule - October 5, 2011
 
Wednesday Morning Scientific Sessions
7:30-8:55

 Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Sessions

Schedule in HANDOUT


Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Sessions

Schedule in HANDOUT

Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Sessions

Schedule in HANDOUT

 Wednesday Morning Breakout Sessions
 
Clinical Information Management TrackSystem Support and Connectivity Track
Digital Imaging Track
 

Morning Theme:  Improving Test Quality and Optimal Test Ordering

Moderator: Mark Tuthill

Morning Theme:  ILIS Connectivity and Functionality
 
Moderator: 
Ulysses Balis
Morning Theme:  New Imaging Technical Challenges
 
Moderator:
Bruce Friedman
9:00-9:40

Improving Laboratory Test Selection and Test Results Interpretation

 Michael Laposata

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New Approaches to LIS Connectivity

Ulysses Balis

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Industry Panel: Discussion of the 2012 Digital Pathology Showcase

Panel Moderator:Bruce Friedman

 

9:40-10:20

Web-based Order Entry Portal in Support of Outreach Testing

 Mark Tuthill  

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Cytogenomic Arrays: Clinical Applications in Cancer Diagnostics

Jill Hagenkord

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Image Archiving for Digital Pathology: Which Way to Turn?

Glenn Taylor

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10:20-11:20
Break and Browse Exhibits
11:20–Noon

Laboratory Computing Models for Resource Limited Countries

Raymond Aller

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Fifteen Years of Mistakes Lessons in Image Management at Mayo Clinic

Bradley Erickson

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12:00-1:00
1:00-1:25E-Poster Browsing
1:30

Opening Welcome

George Michalopoulos

Chairman, Department of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh

 
Wednesday  Plenary Lectures
Moderator: 
1:35-2:00

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

Mehmet Toner      View Presentation   View PDF

2:00-2:40

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

Ulysses Balis and John Gilbertson      View Presentation    View PDF

2:40-3:20

Lensless, Inexpensive Microscopy

Aydogan Ozcan    View PDF

3:20-4:05
Break and Browse Exhibits
 

Clinical Information Management Track

System Support and Connectivity TrackDigital Imaging Track
 

Afternoon Theme:  The Utility of Lab Testing

Moderator:     Raymond Aller

Afternoon ThemeClinical Decision Making and the Labs

Moderator: 
Walter Henricks

Afternoon Theme:  Digital Pathology Systems

Moderator:                  
Bob McGonnagle
4:10-4:50

Quantifying and Communicating the Information Content of Lab Tests

Brian Jackson

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Electronic Document Management Sytem for the Laboratory Product Line

Mark Tuthill

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Optimal Workflow and Digital Pathology

Jonhan Ho and Anil Parwani

 
4:50-5:30

Closing the Loop on Actionable Test Results

Anand Dighe

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Relvance of the "Meaningful Use" Requirements for the Pathologist

Walter Henricks

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Implementation, Deployment and Security of WSI Solutions

Stephen Hewitt

 
 
 
Conference Adjournment for the Day
5:30-7:30
Opening Wine and Cheese Reception
Exhibitor Ballroom
 

 

Thursday Schedule - October 6, 2011
 
Thursday Morning Scientific Sessions
7:30-8:55

 

Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Sessions 

Schedule in HANDOUT

 

 

Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Sessions    

Schedule in HANDOUT

Three Concurrent Scientific Abstract Presentations    

Schedule in HANDOUT

 Thursday Morning Breakout Sessions
 
Clinical Information Management TrackSystem Support and Connectivity Track
Digital Imaging Track
 

Morning Theme:  Automated Management of Lab Reports and Data

Moderator: 

 Walter Henricks

Morning Theme: 
IT Support for Molecular Diagnostics
 
Moderator: 
Bruce Friedman

Morning Theme:  Spectroscopy and Quantitative Histocytometry

Moderator: 

  Michael Feldman

9:00-9:40

Measurement of the Rate of Inappropriate Lab Test Ordering

Brian Jackson

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

Bruce Friedman

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Quantitative Histocytometry

Michael Feldman

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9:40-10:20

Validation of Laboratory Results Exchanged Among Multiple Hospital Enterprise Systems

Walter Henricks + Audience participation

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

Ulysses Balis

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Quantitative Tissue Algorithms

Jason Hipp

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10:20-11:20
Break and Browse Exhibits
11:20–Noon

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

Alexis Carter

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Genomic Pathology and What's Next in P4 Medicine

Jill Hagenkord

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The Virtopsy: Imaging Technology Transforms the Classic Autopsy

David McClintock

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12:00-1:00
Lunch Break
1:00-1:25E-Poster Browsing
 
Thursday Plenary Lectures and Panels
 
Moderator:  John Gilberston
1:30-2:20

 

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

Panel Discussion Comprised of Subset of Conference Faculty

2:20-3:10

High-Throughput Clinical Cancer Genotyping

John Iafrate      View Presentation   

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3:10-3:30Award Ceremony      View Ceremony
3:30-4:10
Break and Browse Exhibits
 
Clinical Information Management TrackSystem Support and Connectivity TrackDigital Imaging Track
 

Afternoon Theme:  Specialized Pathology Informatics

Moderator: 

Bruce Friedman

Afternoon Theme:

 Clinical Biorepositories

 

 

 

Moderator: 
Ulysses Balis

Afternoon Theme:  Digital Pathology Operational Issues

Moderator:  

Walter Henricks

4:10-4:50

Integration or Disintegration of Transfusion Service Information

Suzanne Butch

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Biobanking

Mark Lingen

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Evolving National Slide-Sharing and Consultative Strategies

Walter Henricks

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Conference Adjournment for the Day
 

 

Friday Schedule - October 7, 2011

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