Monday, October 17, 2022
12–1 p.m. CT
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Satyender Goel, PhD will present the technology and the procedures that he and his team have developed for data integration, de-identification, and retrieval. These tools are highly relevant to clinical and public health-focused HIV research that leverages large datasets to study outcomes and health services utilization.
Goel led the technical design and implementation of the Chicago Area Patient-Centered Outcome Research Network (CAPriCORN) state-wide Hepatitis C registries. Most recently, he and his team are building an HIV data enclave for the Chicago Department of Public Health and a data system for a retrospective medication study with Mass General Brigham (called BestMed). Goel has 12+ years of informatics experience, with a focus on leveraging inter-disciplinary approaches for the development of novel healthcare informatics approaches and building new methods for integrated care and better patient outcomes. Goel’s work centers on designing and building health data infrastructure from various data sources including EHR data, pharmaceutical, laboratory data, and public health data. He then leverages these data sources to develop multi-stakeholder secure and private cloud-based registries.
This Clinical Sciences Core workshop will demonstrate how these cutting-edge, process-streaming, sustainable, and cost-saving techniques can innovate HIV research.