Teams will continue to form until noon today.
The data marathon will bring together frontline healthcare providers (nurses, pharmacists, doctors) with data scientists to answer clinically-relevant questions over the course of a weekend. Participants will work with a large open-access ICU database called MIMIC, a creation of a public-private partnership between the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), MIT, and Philips Healthcare. MIMIC has attracted both clinicians and data scientists who have partnered on many studies, including examination of practice variability, heterogeneity of treatment effect, cost analyses, and predictive modeling, among others. Clinicians and students who have not typically engaged in research but who possess a deep understanding of the information gaps as well as the elements involved in practice, are now empowered to contribute to and become part of a data-driven learning system.This weekend event will be run in partnership with the 41st annual international conference of Computing in Cardiology, being hosted in Cambridge MA from 5-7 September, 2014, Sana Mobile and H@cking Medicine.
Check out the flyer.
|1st Floor, Stata Center, MIT
32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA
69 Wilson St,
London EC2A 2BB
|Service de Biostatistique et Informatique médicale (SBIM),
ECSTRA team, Secteur Bleu,
Batiment Lallier, Porte 4, 3éme étage
1 av Claude Vellefaux,
|Date:||5-7 September 2014|