2018 Seminar Series

Providing Better Healthcare Through Systems Engineering
Seminars start at 4:30 in 1123 LBME.

September 10, 2018 [Flyer] [Slides]
“Patient Safety Challenges and Ways to Overcome Them with a Systems Approach”
Jim Bagian, MD
University of Michigan, Center for Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety

September 17, 2018
2018 Symposium on Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety
5-7:30PM *time change!
3rd/4th floors Lurie Engin. Center
1221 Beal Ave *location change!

September 24, 2018 [Flyer] [Slides] [Video]
“A Simulation Model to Assess the Impact of Insurance Expansion on Colorectal Cancer Screening at the Population Level”
Maria Mayorga, PhD
NC State University, ISE

October 1, 2018 [Flyer]
“‘Consumer Reports’ for Hip and Knee Replacement Implants Based on a State-wide Registry”
Richard Hughes, PhD
Michigan Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery

October 8, 2018 [Flyer] [Slides]
“Medical Imaging Inverse Problems Using Optimization and Machine Learning”
Jeff Fessler, PhD
University of Michigan, EECS

October 15, 2018
FALL BREAK, no seminar

October 22, 2018
“Systems Engineering and Ophthalmologic Telemedicine: Preventing Blindness” [Flyer]
April Maa, MD
Emory Eye Center
Adam Van Deusen, PhD Student
University of Michigan, IOE

October 29, 2018
“Advances in: Inpatient Admissions, O.R., Outpatient and Nurse Scheduling Systems”
Walt Hancock, PhD
University of Michigan, IOE

November 5, 2018
INFORMS, no seminar

November 12, 2018
“Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering: A Pharmacist’s Perspective of Medication Safety”
Corey Lester, PharmD, PhD
University of Michigan, College of Pharmacy

November 19, 2018
“Nurse Staffing under Absenteeism: A Distributionally Robust Optimization Approach”
Ruiwei Jiang, PhD
University of Michigan, IOE

November 26, 2018
“The Intelligent Glaucoma Clinic: A passive RFID Time Study System to Optimize Patient Wait Times”
Paula Anne Newman-Casey, MD
Michigan Medicine, Kellogg Eye Center

December 3, 2018
“Does Surgical Training Need to be Re-engineered?”
Brian George, MD
University of Michigan, Learning Health Sciences

December 10, 2018
“Scheduling for Home Healthcare”
Mehmet Begen, PhD
Western University, Ivey Business School

Note on location: 1123 LBME is room 1123 in the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Biomedical Engineering Building (LBME). Street address is 1101 Beal Avenue.
Link to map and directions: http://www.bme.umich.edu/about/directions.php.

For additional information and to be added to the weekly e-mail for the series, please contact genehkim@umich.edu.