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197 Mon, 7/30/2018, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM CC-West Hall B
SPEED: Government and Health Policy — Contributed Poster Presentations
Health Policy Statistics Section, Government Statistics Section, Section on Statistical Learning and Data Science, Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences, Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
Oral Presentations for this session.
21: DataSifter: Statistical Obfuscation of Electronic Health Record and Other Sensitive Data Sets
Nina Zhou, University of Michigan; Simeone Marino, Statistics Online Computational Resource, University of Michigan; Lu Wang, University of Michigan; Yiwang Zhou, University of Michigan; Ivo Dinov, Statistics Online Computational Resource, University of Michigan
22: Deep Learning on Small Data - Experiences in Transfer Learning for Healthcare
Dennis Murphree
23: Doing More with Less - Eliminating the Long Survey Forms from the Occupational Employment Statistics Survey
Carrie K. Jones, US Bureau of Labor Statistics
26: Statistically Supporting Health Policy Decision-Making
Frank Yoon, IBM Watson Health
27: Intravenous Fluid Treatments for Ebola Patients: The Risk and the Reward
Derrick Yam, Brown University; Tao Liu, Brown University; Adam Levine, Brown University; Adam Aluisio, Brown University; Shiromi Peters, International Medical Corps; Suzanne Averill, International Medical Corps; Stephen Kennedy, Ministry of Health, Liberia; Fodey Sahr, Sierra Leone Ministry of Defence; Jillian Peters, Brown University; Daniel Cho, Brown University
28: Comparison of Methods for Predicting High-Cost Patients Captured Within the Oncology Care Model (OCM): a Simulation Study
Jung-Yi Lin, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Wei Zhang, UALR; Mark Liu, Mount Sinai Health System; Mark Sanderson, Mount Sinai Health System; Luis Isola, Mount Sinai Health System; Madhu Mazumdar, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Liangyuan Hu, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
29: Intervening on the Data to Improve the Performance of Health Plan Payment Methods
Savannah Bergquist, Harvard University; Tim Layton, Harvard Medical School; Tom McGuire, Harvard Medical School; Sherri Rose, Harvard Medical School
30: Developing and Evaluating Methods for Estimating Race/Ethnicity in an Incomplete Dataset Using Address, Surname and Family Race
Gabriella Christine Silva, Brown University; Roee Gutman, Brown University
31: Can Post-Stratification Weighting Eliminate the Need for Additional Weights Adjustments?
Chrishelle Lawrence, U.S. Energy Information Administration
32: Open Data Sharing and Its Statistical Limitations
Pooja Iyer, RTI International; Barbara Do, RTI International
33: Predictors of Hospitalization During a Medicare Skilled Nursing Facility Stay
Fei Han, The Hilltop Institute; Ian Stockwell, The Hilltop Institute
34: Comparison of Treatment Policies Using Bayesian Nonparametric G-Formula
Yizhen Xu, Brown University; Tao Liu, Brown University; Rami Kantor, Brown University; Joseph W Hogan, Brown University School of Public Health
35: Optimal Matching Approaches in Health Policy Evaluations Under Rolling Enrollment
Jonathan Gellar, Mathematica Policy Research; Jiaqi Li, Mathematica Policy Research; Lauren Vollmer, Mathematica Policy Research
36: Assessing Health Care Interventions via an Interrupted Time Series Model: Study Power and Design Considerations
Maricela Cruz, University of California, Irvine; Miriam Bender, University of California, Irvine; Daniel L. Gillen, University of California, Irvine; Hernando Ombao, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
37: Absence of Evidence Is Not Evidence of Absence: a Better Parallel Trends Test
Alyssa Bilinski, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences; Laura Hatfield, Harvard Medical School
38: New Applications of Machine Learning to Estimating Large Physician Demand Models
Bryan Sayer, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.; William Encinosa, Agency for Health Care Quality and Research
39: On Utilizing Published Prevalence Estimates to Perform Difference-In-Difference Tests: Testing the Impact of Recreational Marijuana Laws
Christine Mauro, Columbia University; Chen Chen, New York State Psychiatric Institute; Silvia Martins, Columbia University; Magda Cerdá, University of California, Davis; Melanie M. Wall, Columbia University
40: Community Detection with Dependent Connectivity
Yubai Yuan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Annie Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign