Danny T. Y. Wu, PhD has won a grant from the AAMI Foundation to develop and evaluate a machine learning algorithm to more accurately detect pediatric weight entry errors. The algorithm is a next step in developing a computerized medication safety
The informatics career of Brett Harnett, MS-IS, has taken him to interesting places—physically, virtually, and academically. It’s taken him to the bottom of the ocean. It’s taken him to the slopes of Mount Everest. It’s taken him to the Super
Jesse Hansen, MD, now a clinical cardiology fellow in the Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, participated last year in the first-ever clinical informatics research rotation for residents offered by the Division of Biomedical Informatics. Hansen just published the
New tool set for clinical testing at Cincinnati Children’s in 2018 CINCINNATI – Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have developed a novel real-time computerized system that automatically increases medication administration accuracy and rapidly alerts providers to correct any
Our biomedical informatics students contribute to new discoveries every day, but it isn’t every day that their work is on display. Recently, they had the opportunity to present research posters at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Graduate Student
Researchers at Cincinnati Children’s have created a software application and clinical system called NINJA that taps into the power of electronic medical records to protect hospitalized children from a potentially serious safety threat – acute kidney injury (AKI).