OpenNotes: Spread, Discovery and Measurement
The overarching goal is to establish OpenNotes, a national initiative to provide physician visit notes online to patients, as a new national standard of care, accompanied by increased patient and clinician engagement and enhanced value of care.
Digital Pathology: Accuracy Viewing Behavior and Image Characterization
The goal of this project is to compare interpretive accuracy of pathologists viewing digitized images of slides delivered over the web to their performance viewing original glass slides under a microscope by studying viewing behaviors associated with diagnostic accuracy and efficiency.
Accuracy in the Diagnosis of Melanoma & Impact of Double Reading
The goal of this project is to evaluate the accuracy of skin pathology interpretation, emphasizing the classification of dysplastic nevus and early stage melanoma, where previous studies reveal a concerning degree of diagnostic errors.
Reducing Errors in the Diagnosis of Melanoma and Melanocytic Lesions
This research will help to improve the accuracy of pathologists diagnosing melanoma and other melanocytic lesions. Our studies will identify underlying causes of diagnostic errors and guide design of future education and quality improvement efforts. These data are requisite for designing and implementing strategies to reduce the burden of diagnostic errors on patients and health care systems, to safely integrate digitized slides into clinical workflow, and to improve pathology practice.
Improving Melanoma Pathology Accuracy through Computer Vision Techniques - The IMPACT Study
The goal of this project is to improve the accuracy of pathologists diagnosing melanoma and melanocytic lesions by analyzing digitized slides with computer technology.