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1 22 nd Annual Health Care Systems Research Network (HCSRN) Conference (formerly HMO Research Network Conference) ADVANCING POPULATION HEALTH: NEW MODELS AND THE ROLE OF RESEARCH Hosted by: Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation and Henry Ford Health System Public Health Sciences April 14-16, 2016 Hyatt Regency Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia Call for Abstracts Abstract Submission Guidelines The 2016 conference, Advancing Population Health: New Models and the Role of Research, will highlight new and ongoing collaborations between researchers, clinicians, administrators, and patients. In particular, the conference will focus on the use of health care system and patient data in new ways to improve the health of our patient and community populations. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, improving services and outcomes for vulnerable populations, the impact of the Affordable Care Act on public health, research that integrates traditional epidemiologic data and methods with non-health sources such as consumer behaviors and preferences, the role of precision medicine in cancer care and beyond, Big Data in the area of health informatics, and the growing role for engaging patients throughout the research process. Key Dates August 24, 2015 October 2, 2015 December 4, 2015 Online abstract submission system opens at 9:00 am Eastern Online abstract submission system closes at 11:59 pm Eastern Last notification of submission outcome NOTE: The abstract deadline will NOT be extended. Make plans to submit by October 2, 2015.

2 Topic Categories Abstracts are invited for consideration as oral or poster presentations. Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts that fit the categories for planned concurrent sessions, as listed below. Examples of topics relevant to each category are provided. Studies currently in progress will also receive consideration, even if results are pending. Topic Aging and Multi-morbidity Biostatistics and Research Methods Cancer Care Improvement Chronic Conditions, Diabetes, Obesity and Cardiovascular Disease Communications, Dissemination and Implementation Examples Methods for understanding key contextual factors for improving health and health care for aging persons and those with multiple morbidities. Interventions to improve the health and quality of life and reduce health inequities. Medical management of complex cases, medication adherence and drug interactions, health policy and insurance coverage issues. Experimental and observational approaches, patient heterogeneity, heterogeneity of treatment effects, comparative effectiveness research methods, study design and analyses using patient-centered outcomes, development and application of new methods, distributed data methods, methods exploring heterogeneity by site, data mining, text mining, cost analysis, qualitative analysis, mixed methods. Risk factors (including commonly used medications), prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis, palliative care, survivorship, patient communication, determinants of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in cancer treatment, health services use and outcomes, interventions in high-risk populations. Best practices and novel methods, relationships between researchers and host organizations, roles of research within health systems, ethical and methodological tensions, and quality improvement methods. Epidemiology, risk factors, screening, diagnosis, prevention and treatment strategies, adherence to treatment, disease selfmanagement, translation of evidence-based interventions, case management, surveillance, medication adherence and outcomes, interventions in high-risk populations. Patient-provider, intra-team, and peer-to-peer communication (including social media), and health literacy as related to prevention, screening and care. Decision making, adoption of effective health interventions and innovations, organizational practice change, use of effective interventions and innovations.

3 Topic Genetics, Genomics, and Precision Medicine Health Disparities Health Informatics, Big Data and Virtual Data Warehouse Health Services, Health Policy and Cost Mental Health, Alcohol and Substance Use/Abuse Patient, Provider, and Health System Engagement Precision Medicine and Cancer Examples Genetic epidemiology, phenotyping, consent, acceptance, ethical issues, patient ownership of genetic material, tissue banking, public access, cultural differences in participation in genetic studies. Personalized and precision medicine implementation, policy and ethical considerations. Reduction of health disparities and promotion of health equity in health access, quality of health care, and health outcomes; factors that contribute to disparities, including individual, social, economic, linguistic, geographic, cultural and community. Using electronic health records and other health data to improve care and conduct research; patient portals; integration of traditional epidemiologic data and methods with non-health sources such as consumer behaviors and preferences; novel data models and technologies; data access and sharing. Effects of health care reform, utilization, financing, and plan benefit structures, economic evaluation, primary care redesign, accountable care organizations, public partnerships, translational research, medical home, variation in health services use/response to changes in access. Epidemiology, health services, prevention, treatment and management; determinants of racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in health care use and outcomes, interventions; research involving high-risk populations. Research guided by patients, care givers and the broader health care community; evidence-based information, decision making, processes of member engagement on research teams; identification, invitation, role development for partners; IRB implications and logistical/project planning considerations. For inclusion in the Precision Medicine in Cancer symposium held on April 16. Methods, plans, experiences, and results in customizing cancer prevention and care to the individual and/or refined patient subsets. NOTE: HCSRN is charged for every abstract initiated in the abstract submission site. Please help us reduce costs by preparing and finalizing your abstract offline before submitting online.

4 Selection and Awards Oral Presentations Abstracts will be selected for oral presentations based on quality, relevance, and representativeness of work being done across the Network and within the field. Abstracts will be entered into a competition and winners will be recognized during the conference. Poster Presentations Abstracts approved for the conference but not selected for oral presentations will be assigned to a poster session and entered into a competition, including those submitted solely for consideration as posters. Winners will be announced during the conference. Paper of the Year Abstracts which address the conference theme of Advancing Population Health: New Models and the Role of Research may be considered for a Paper of the Year award. Authors can indicate their wish to enter this competition during the abstract submission process. The awardee of the Paper of the Year will be announced at the first plenary, and will headline a concurrent session on Advancing Population Health at the 2016 conference. Early Career Investigators Early Career Investigators will be considered for a special award. First authors completing their terminal degree within the 5 years prior to the conference may indicate their Early Career Investigator status on the abstract submission form. Past HCSRN Early Career Investigator awardees are no longer eligible for consideration. Publication of Abstracts Abstracts accepted for oral or poster presentation at the 2016 HCSRN Conference will be archived on the HCSRN public website and included in the online meeting materials, as in the past. Abstracts will also be published as part of the conference proceedings and will appear in the Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Review. In the online submission form, you must indicate whether you consent to abstract publication. Previously published abstracts or those expected to be published elsewhere in the future should not be published with the proceedings. Abstract Requirements Authors will be asked to provide the following during the abstract submission process: Title Author(s) [including name(s) and organizational affiliation(s)] Abstract Body (including Background/Aims, Methods, Results*, and Conclusions) *Studies currently in progress will also receive consideration, even if results are pending.

5 Submission Requirements Please note that the submission system will close Friday, October 2, 2015 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time. NOTE: The abstract deadline will NOT be extended beyond Friday, October 2, 2015 Upon successful submission of the abstract, notification will be sent to the address you provide on the abstract submission form. If you do not receive notification within 24 hours of submission, please contact the HCSRN Conference Coordination Team at (313) or via at Authors may log-in and edit their submission(s) at any time until the abstract submission deadline (October 2, :59 pm EST), even after their abstract submission is completed. However, please note that HCSRN is charged for every abstract initiated in the abstract submission site. Please help us reduce costs by finalizing your abstract offline before submitting online and ensure that duplicate abstracts are not submitted by co-authors. We appreciate your cooperation. Review Process Abstracts will be evaluated on the following criteria: Significance of the research Innovation (how innovative is the research?) Relevance to current and important healthcare research and delivery topics and HCSRN Aims Research design and methodology Notification Corresponding authors will be informed of the status of their abstracts and, if accepted, the type of presentation, no later than December 4, All presenters (oral and poster) must be paid registrants for the conference. Contact Information For issues related to abstract submission, please first check the website and then contact: HSCRN Conference Scientific Coordination Team Henry Ford Health System Public Health Sciences and Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation Telephone: (313)

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