2019 Seminar Series

Providing Better Healthcare Through Systems Engineering: Seminars and Discussions
Mondays, Fall 2019
4:30PM 1123 LBME

September 9 [Flyer] [Slides] [Video]
“Driving Innovation, Implementation, and Sustainability in a Learning Health System” 
Amy Kilbourne, PhD, MPH
University of Michigan

September 16 [Flyer] [Slides] [Video]
“Smartphones Medicalized, with Data Analytics for Complex Diseases Management”
Shuai Huang, PhD
University of Washington

September 23 [Flyer] [Slides] [Video
“The Impact of Communication, Coordination and OR Design on Surgical Patient Flow and Safety”
Kevin Taaffe, PhD
Clemson University

September 30 [Flyer]
“Embedding Patient Safety into the Fabric of an Organization: Critical Elements to Make it Happen”
Jim Bagian, MD, PE
University of Michigan—CHEPS

October 7 [Flyer] [Video]
“Human-Centered Computing: Using Speech to Understand Behavior”
Emily Mower Provost, PhD
University of Michigan—EECS

There will be no seminar on Monday, October 14 due to Fall Break.

There will be no seminar on Monday, October 21 due to the INFORMS Conference.

October 28 [Flyer]
“Applying Systems Engineering to Ensure Military Readiness and Health”
Katie Esper, MPH, MHCDS
Johns Hopkins APL

November 4 [Flyer] [Slides] [Video]
“Improving Access to Medicines in Low- and Middle-Income Countries”
Michael Krautmann, MSE
WDI at University of Michigan

November 11 [Flyer]
“Data-driven Greedy Policies and Information-Relaxation Bounds for Ambulance Location and Deployment”
Lavanya Marla, PhD
University of Illinois

November 18
Symposium on Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety
5 — 7:30 PM *TIME CHANGE
3rd/4th floors Lurie Engin. Center

November 25 [Flyer]
“Managing Virtual Appointments in Chronic Care”
Armagan Bayram, PhD
University of Michigan

December 2 [Flyer]
“Using Wearable Motion Sensors for Augmenting Occupational Therapy Assessment”
Leia Stirling, PhD
University of Michigan

December 9 [Flyer] [Slides]
“Addressing Multi-criteria Objective Functions in Healthcare Provider Scheduling Projects”
Amy Cohn, PhD
University of Michigan—IOE/CHEPS
Krishnan Raghavendran, MBBS
Michigan Medicine