The Power of Retrospective Data to Support Clinical Care & Predictive Analytics

December 7th, 2022

12:30 - 1:00 PM CST

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Dr. Lindsey Knake, MD, MS

Division of Neonatology

Associate Chief Medical Information Officer

Inpatient Pediatrics

University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital

What you'll learn

Join us for this interactive session with Dr. Lindsey Knake where she will present a series of Case Reviews to demonstrate the power that retrospective data can have at its native resolution to support clinical care and the development of patient-centered predictive analytics.

Dr. Knake will cover:

  • SVT and importance of layering labs and meds with hemodynamic data,
  • A pneumothorax case and a chronic BPD case and the difference of what is displayed at the bedside on the device itself,
  • The process for validating and testing algorithms, and much more

Reserve your spot now for a front row seat to this Case Review session. Register today!

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