Health Informatics Seminar: "GeoServices in Health Informatics"

March 30, 2016 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
HSL 227

Speaker: Adam Lee, MBA (Speaker will be presenting from UNC-CH)

Where: Health Sciences Library, Room 227, UNC-Chapel Hill (335 S. Columbia St)

Seminar Abstract: GeoServices is a combination of clinical demographic data, geocoding, and census-demographic data to provide derived analytics about a patient population. The seminar will explore the definition and process of geocoding a clinical population, creating linkages to census-demographical information, such as household incomes and education levels. A creation of derived socio-geographic analytics in a research environment will be analyzed.

Biosketch: Adam Lee holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and a Master of Business Administration. He is currently a Research Informatics Specialist for the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Science Institute of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine. He performs data mining and provisioning for biomedical and health informatics research across multiple disciplines. Additionally, he specializes in integration and interfacing of research technologies and providing new and expanded services for the research community.

For a complete seminar schedule, visit: http://chip.unc.edu/duke-unc-health-informatics-seminar-series/

Live Stream Broadcast http://dukemed.capture.duke.edu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=c4e913f1-419d-44bc-980e-df5c44e8f96f