• Closed
    October 01 12:00am
    Competition pool is closed. more »
  • Iron Jag - Month Long Triathlon
    October 01 12:00am
    Iron Jag is a month-long triathlon that is sponsored by Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness Promotion. Participants have the entire month of October to accumulate the following totals of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and 13.1 run/walk equaling a Half Iron Man triathlon. Registration is open to all students, staff, and faculty more »
  • Bubble Ball/Knocker Ball
    October 01 12:00am
    New intramural sport where participants climb into a bublle and play, bounce, roll, and enjoy the excitement. Team entry fee is $60. All intramurals participants are required to create an account on IMLeagues.com/iupui. Questions? Contact Matthew Jones - Coordinator of Intramural Sports - 317.278.9939 - mj221@iupui.edu. more »
  • Voyages of Discovery / Danielle Riede and Elizabeth Schoyer |
    October 01 10:00am
    Associate Professor Danielle Riede and her first painting professor and mentor from the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Schoyer, will exhibit paintings and installations that bridge historical and fictional explorations of the natural world. more »
  • Creighton Michael | Mining the Subjunctive: Explorations in Drawing and Pattern Play II
    October 01 10:00am
    The work of New York-based artist Creighton Michael is represented in the permanent collections of top venues such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. They comprise a drawing-centric exploration of material composition, physical articulation or processes related to systems of musical not more »
Saturday, October 1, 2016
    IU Calendar




    • Closed
      October 01 12:00am
      Competition pool is closed. more »
    • Iron Jag - Month Long Triathlon
      October 01 12:00am
      Iron Jag is a month-long triathlon that is sponsored by Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness Promotion. Participants have the entire month of October to accumulate the following totals of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and 13.1 run/walk equaling a Half Iron Man triathlon. Registration is open to all students, staff, and faculty more »
    • Bubble Ball/Knocker Ball
      October 01 12:00am
      New intramural sport where participants climb into a bublle and play, bounce, roll, and enjoy the excitement. Team entry fee is $60. All intramurals participants are required to create an account on IMLeagues.com/iupui. Questions? Contact Matthew Jones - Coordinator of Intramural Sports - 317.278.9939 - mj221@iupui.edu. more »
    • Voyages of Discovery / Danielle Riede and Elizabeth Schoyer |
      October 01 10:00am
      Associate Professor Danielle Riede and her first painting professor and mentor from the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Schoyer, will exhibit paintings and installations that bridge historical and fictional explorations of the natural world. more »
    • Creighton Michael | Mining the Subjunctive: Explorations in Drawing and Pattern Play II
      October 01 10:00am
      The work of New York-based artist Creighton Michael is represented in the permanent collections of top venues such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. They comprise a drawing-centric exploration of material composition, physical articulation or processes related to systems of musical not more »
    Saturday, October 1, 2016
      IU Calendar




      • Closed
        October 01 12:00am
        Competition pool is closed. more »
      • Iron Jag - Month Long Triathlon
        October 01 12:00am
        Iron Jag is a month-long triathlon that is sponsored by Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness Promotion. Participants have the entire month of October to accumulate the following totals of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and 13.1 run/walk equaling a Half Iron Man triathlon. Registration is open to all students, staff, and faculty more »
      • Bubble Ball/Knocker Ball
        October 01 12:00am
        New intramural sport where participants climb into a bublle and play, bounce, roll, and enjoy the excitement. Team entry fee is $60. All intramurals participants are required to create an account on IMLeagues.com/iupui. Questions? Contact Matthew Jones - Coordinator of Intramural Sports - 317.278.9939 - mj221@iupui.edu. more »
      • Voyages of Discovery / Danielle Riede and Elizabeth Schoyer |
        October 01 10:00am
        Associate Professor Danielle Riede and her first painting professor and mentor from the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Schoyer, will exhibit paintings and installations that bridge historical and fictional explorations of the natural world. more »
      • Creighton Michael | Mining the Subjunctive: Explorations in Drawing and Pattern Play II
        October 01 10:00am
        The work of New York-based artist Creighton Michael is represented in the permanent collections of top venues such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. They comprise a drawing-centric exploration of material composition, physical articulation or processes related to systems of musical not more »
      Saturday, October 1, 2016
        IU Calendar




        • Closed
          October 01 12:00am
          Competition pool is closed. more »
        • Iron Jag - Month Long Triathlon
          October 01 12:00am
          Iron Jag is a month-long triathlon that is sponsored by Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness Promotion. Participants have the entire month of October to accumulate the following totals of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and 13.1 run/walk equaling a Half Iron Man triathlon. Registration is open to all students, staff, and faculty more »
        • Bubble Ball/Knocker Ball
          October 01 12:00am
          New intramural sport where participants climb into a bublle and play, bounce, roll, and enjoy the excitement. Team entry fee is $60. All intramurals participants are required to create an account on IMLeagues.com/iupui. Questions? Contact Matthew Jones - Coordinator of Intramural Sports - 317.278.9939 - mj221@iupui.edu. more »
        • Voyages of Discovery / Danielle Riede and Elizabeth Schoyer |
          October 01 10:00am
          Associate Professor Danielle Riede and her first painting professor and mentor from the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Schoyer, will exhibit paintings and installations that bridge historical and fictional explorations of the natural world. more »
        • Creighton Michael | Mining the Subjunctive: Explorations in Drawing and Pattern Play II
          October 01 10:00am
          The work of New York-based artist Creighton Michael is represented in the permanent collections of top venues such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. They comprise a drawing-centric exploration of material composition, physical articulation or processes related to systems of musical not more »
        Saturday, October 1, 2016

          About This Event

          Summary

          Abstract:

          There is growing recognition that the nation requires a Learning Health System (LHS) to provide higher quality, safer, and more affordable health care. An LHS is one that can routinely and securely aggregate data from disparate sources, convert the data to knowledge, and disseminate that knowledge, in actionable forms, to everyone who can benefit from it.

          Achieving a Learning Health System at a national scale requires solution of a wide array of technology and policy problems and, as such, is the consummate challenge in health informatics. This presentation will describe the LHS, why it is vital to our future, a pathway through which the nation might achieve an LHS, the specific problems that must be addressed, and why, therefore, it is the consummate informatics challenge.

          Bio:

          Charles Friedman joined the University of Michigan in September of 2011 as Professor of Information and Public Health, and Director of the new Michigan health informatics program. This appointment follows 8 years of work for the federal government, prior to which Dr. Friedman served for 26 years as a university faculty member and administrator.

          Most recently, Dr. Friedman held executive positions at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. From 2007 to 2009 he was Deputy National Coordinator and from 2009 to 2011 he was ONC's Chief Scientific Officer. While at ONC, Friedman oversaw a diverse portfolio of nationwide activities that included development of a "learning health system", health IT research and workforce development programs, evaluation of ONC's programs, clinical decision support, and international cooperation for eHealth. He was the lead author of the first national health IT strategic plan which was released in June of 2008.

          From 2003 to 2006 Dr. Friedman was Senior Scholar at the National Library of Medicine where he oversaw NLM’s training and bioinformatics grant portfolios, and played a prominent role in developing the National Centers for Biomedical Computing. From 2006 to 2007, he served as an Associate Director and Chief Information Officer of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

          Prior to his work in the government, from 1996 to 2003, Dr. Friedman was Professor, Associate Vice Chancellor for Biomedical Informatics, and Founding Director of the Center for Biomedical Informatics at the University of Pittsburgh. In these roles he functioned as Chief Information Officer of the university’s schools of the health sciences and directed the Pittsburgh program for Integrated Advanced Information Systems (IAIMS). He served from 1977 to 1996 in a range of faculty and administrative roles at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He directed the Office of Educational Development in the School of Medicine, served as Assistant Dean for Medical Education and Medical Informatics, and co-founded the Duke-UNC medical informatics training program.

          Dr. Friedman is an elected fellow and past president of the American College of Medical Informatics, and an Associate Editor of the Journal of the Amercian Medical Informatics Association. He was the Founding Chair of the Group on Information Resources of the Association of American Medical Colleges. He was the 2011 recipient of the Donald Detmer award for policy innovation in biomedical informatics. He is co-author of a textbook on Evaluation Methods for Biomedical Informatics.

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          • Closed
            October 01 12:00am
            Competition pool is closed. more »
          • Iron Jag - Month Long Triathlon
            October 01 12:00am
            Iron Jag is a month-long triathlon that is sponsored by Campus Recreation and the Office of Health and Wellness Promotion. Participants have the entire month of October to accumulate the following totals of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and 13.1 run/walk equaling a Half Iron Man triathlon. Registration is open to all students, staff, and faculty more »
          • Bubble Ball/Knocker Ball
            October 01 12:00am
            New intramural sport where participants climb into a bublle and play, bounce, roll, and enjoy the excitement. Team entry fee is $60. All intramurals participants are required to create an account on IMLeagues.com/iupui. Questions? Contact Matthew Jones - Coordinator of Intramural Sports - 317.278.9939 - mj221@iupui.edu. more »
          • Voyages of Discovery / Danielle Riede and Elizabeth Schoyer |
            October 01 10:00am
            Associate Professor Danielle Riede and her first painting professor and mentor from the University of Virginia, Elizabeth Schoyer, will exhibit paintings and installations that bridge historical and fictional explorations of the natural world. more »
          • Creighton Michael | Mining the Subjunctive: Explorations in Drawing and Pattern Play II
            October 01 10:00am
            The work of New York-based artist Creighton Michael is represented in the permanent collections of top venues such as the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. They comprise a drawing-centric exploration of material composition, physical articulation or processes related to systems of musical not more »
          Saturday, October 1, 2016