Mayo Clinic announces Practice the Innovation Award & Augmented Human Intelligence Care of Tomorrow Award recipients

Mayo Clinic has announced the inaugural recipients of the Practice Innovation Award and Augmented Human Intelligence Care of Tomorrow Award. The awards are given by the Mayo Clinic Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery. These awards support individuals and teams within the practice.

Award recipients will work with the Kern Center’s multidisciplinary team of experts to identify complex care needs for patients, address unmet clinical needs, and improve the experience and delivery of health care.

Practice Innovation Awards & project leads

“Developing a Palliative Risk Prediction Score in a Primary Care Population”
Rachel Havyer, M.D. (MED ’03, I ’06, CMR ’07)
Division of Community Internal Medicine
Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology
Assistant professor of medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester

“Reducing the 30-Day Hospital Readmissions from Skilled Nursing Facilities in High-Risk Patients Identified Using the SNF Readmission Risk Instrument”
Anupam Chandra, M.D. (I '05, GERI '07)
Division of Community Internal Medicine
Assistant professor of medicine
Mayo Clinic Rochester

Augmented Human Intelligence Care of Tomorrow Awards & project leads

“Deep Learning Methods for Tumor Selection and Measuring Tumor Cellularity in Whole Slide Images for Molecular Pathology”
Thomas Flotte, M.D. (PATH ’07)
Division of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology
Department of Dermatology
Professor of laboratory medicine and pathology
Mayo Clinic Rochester

“Fully Automated Detection of Prostate Cancer from MRI Using Deep Convolutional Neural Networks”
Naoki Takahashi, M.D. (R-D ’05)
Division of Abdominal Imaging
Department of Radiology
Associate professor of radiology
Mayo Clinic Rochester

Principal investigator: Kianoush Kashani, M.D. (CCMI '05, CTSA '16)
Division of Nephrology and Hypertension
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Department of Medicine
Mayo Clinic in Rochester

“Automated Detection of Applications of Automated Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Therapy”
Sungrim Moon, Ph.D.
Department of Health Sciences Research
Mayo Clinic Rochester




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