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Provider Satisfaction with Chronic Opioid Therapy (COT) Delivery after EHR Transition at a Community Internal Medicine Clinic

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With the recent rise in opioid overdose and death1<br/><br/>, chronic opioid therapy (COT) programs using<br/>Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines have been implemented across the United States8<br/>.<br/>Primary care clinicians at Mayo Clinic initiated a COT program in September of 2017,

With the recent rise in opioid overdose and death1<br/><br/>, chronic opioid therapy (COT) programs using<br/>Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidelines have been implemented across the United States8<br/>.<br/>Primary care clinicians at Mayo Clinic initiated a COT program in September of 2017, during the<br/>use of Cerner Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. Study metrics included provider<br/>satisfaction and perceptions regarding opioid prescription. Mayo Clinic transitioned its EHR<br/>system from Cerner to Epic in October 2018. This study aims to understand if provider perceptions<br/>about COT changed after the EHR transition and the reasons underlying those perceptions.

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2021-05

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Big Data Network Analysis of Genetic Variation and Gene Expression in Individuals with Breast Cancer

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The advent of big data analytics tools and frameworks has allowed for a plethora of new approaches to research and analysis, making data sets that were previously too large or complex more accessible and providing methods to collect, store, and

The advent of big data analytics tools and frameworks has allowed for a plethora of new approaches to research and analysis, making data sets that were previously too large or complex more accessible and providing methods to collect, store, and investigate non-traditional data. These tools are starting to be applied in more creative ways, and are being used to improve upon traditional computation methods through distributed computing. Statistical analysis of expression quantitative trait loci (eQTL) data has classically been performed using the open source tool PLINK - which runs on high performance computing (HPC) systems. However, progress has been made in running the statistical analysis in the ecosystem of the big data framework Hadoop, resulting in decreased run time, reduced storage footprint, reduced job micromanagement and increased data accessibility. Now that the data can be more readily manipulated, analyzed and accessed, there are opportunities to use the modularity and power of Hadoop to further process the data. This project focuses on adding a component to the data pipeline that will perform graph analysis on the data. This will provide more insight into the relation between various genetic differences in individuals with breast cancer, and the resulting variation - if any - in gene expression. Further, the investigation will look to see if there is anything to be garnered from a perspective shift; applying tools used in classical networking contexts (such as the Internet) to genetically derived networks.

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2016-12