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Shaun J. Grannis, MD
Shaun J. Grannis, MD
Regenstrief Professor of Medical Informatics
RG 3rd Floor
Titles & Appointments
Regenstrief Professor of Medical Informatics
Professor of Family Medicine
Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health
Adjunct Professor, School of Informatics and Computing
Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN
Providence Portland Medical Center, Portland, OR
Michigan State University
University of Washington, Boise, ID
University of Texas, Galveston, TX
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Using structured and unstructured data to identify patients' need for services that address the social determinants of health.
Vest JR; Grannis SJ; Haut DP; Halverson PK; Menachemi N; International journal of medical informatics 2017 Sep 20
Assessing the capacity of social determinants of health data to augment predictive models identifying patients in need of wraparound social services.
Kasthurirathne SN; Vest JR; Menachemi N; Halverson PK; Grannis SJ; Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA 2017 Nov 21
Notifiable condition reporting practices: implications for public health agency participation in a health information exchange.
Revere D; Hills RH; Dixon BE; Gibson PJ; Grannis SJ; BMC public health 2017 Mar 11
Completeness and timeliness of notifiable disease reporting: a comparison of laboratory and provider reports submitted to a large county health department.
Dixon BE; Zhang Z; Lai PTS; Kirbiyik U; Williams J; Hills R; Revere D; Gibson PJ; Grannis SJ; BMC medical informatics and decision making 2017 Jun 23
Toward better public health reporting using existing off the shelf approaches: The value of medical dictionaries in automated cancer detection using plaintext medical data.
Kasthurirathne SN; Dixon BE; Gichoya J; Xu H; Xia Y; Mamlin B; Grannis SJ; Journal of biomedical informatics 2017 Apr 12
An Incremental Adoption Pathway for Developing Precision Medicine Based Healthcare Infrastructure for Underserved Settings.
Kasthurirathne SN; Biondich PG; Mamlin BW; Cullen TA; Grannis SJ; Studies in health technology and informatics 2017
Toward better public health reporting using existing off the shelf approaches: A comparison of alternative cancer detection approaches using plaintext medical data and non-dictionary based feature selection.
Kasthurirathne SN; Dixon BE; Gichoya J; Xu H; Xia Y; Mamlin B; Grannis SJ; Journal of biomedical informatics 2016 Jan 28
A practical method for predicting frequent use of emergency department care using routinely available electronic registration data.
Wu J; Grannis SJ; Xu H; Finnell JT; BMC emergency medicine 2016 Feb 9
Getting from here to there: health IT needs for population health.
Vest JR; Harle CA; Schleyer T; Dixon BE; Grannis SJ; Halverson PK; Menachemi N; The American journal of managed care 2016 Dec
Evaluating Methods for Identifying Cancer in Free-Text Pathology Reports Using Various Machine Learning and Data Preprocessing Approaches.
Kasthurirathne SN; Dixon BE; Grannis SJ; Studies in health technology and informatics 2015
An Evaluation of Two Methods for Generating Synthetic HL7 Segments Reflecting Real-World Health Information Exchange Transactions.
Mwogi TS; Biondich PG; Grannis SJ; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2014 Nov 14
The long road to semantic interoperability in support of public health: experiences from two states.
Dixon BE; Vreeman DJ; Grannis SJ; Journal of biomedical informatics 2014 Mar 25
Estimating increased electronic laboratory reporting volumes for meaningful use: ?implications for the public health workforce.
Dixon BE; Gibson PJ; Grannis SJ; Online journal of public health informatics 2014 Feb 5
Variation in information needs and quality: implications for public health surveillance and biomedical informatics.
Dixon BE; Lai PT; Grannis SJ; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2013 Nov 16
Towards public health decision support: a systematic review of bidirectional communication approaches.
Dixon BE; Gamache RE; Grannis SJ; Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA 2013 Mar 6
Infection preventionists' awareness of and engagement in health information exchange to improve public health surveillance.
Dixon BE; Jones JF; Grannis SJ; American journal of infection control 2013 Feb 14
A practical approach for incorporating dependence among fields in probabilistic record linkage.
Daggy JK; Xu H; Hui SL; Gamache RE; Grannis SJ; BMC medical informatics and decision making 2013 Aug 30
A vision for the systematic monitoring and improvement of the quality of electronic health data.
Dixon BE; Rosenman M; Xia Y; Grannis SJ; Studies in health technology and informatics 2013
Electronic laboratory data quality and the value of a health information exchange to support public health reporting processes.
Dixon BE; McGowan JJ; Grannis SJ; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2011 Oct 22
The Last Mile: Using Fax Machines to Exchange Data between Clinicians and Public Health.
Downs SM; Anand V; Sheley M; Grannis SJ; Online journal of public health informatics 2011 Dec 22
Why "What Data Are Necessary for This Project?" and Other Basic Questions are Important to Address in Public Health Informatics Practice and Research.
Dixon BE; Grannis SJ; Online journal of public health informatics 2011 Dec 22
Leveraging health information exchange to support public health situational awareness: the indiana experience.
Grannis SJ; Stevens KC; Merriwether R; Online journal of public health informatics 2010 Oct 29
Implementing broad scale childhood immunization decision support as a web service.
Zhu VJ; Grannis SJ; Rosenman MB; Downs SM; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2009 Nov 14
Syndromic surveillance: STL for modeling, visualizing, and monitoring disease counts.
Hafen RP; Anderson DE; Cleveland WS; Maciejewski R; Ebert DS; Abusalah A; Yakout M; Ouzzani M; Grannis SJ; BMC medical informatics and decision making 2009 Apr 21
Changes in patient mortality based on increased patient load in the emergency department.
Noormohammad SF; Grannis SJ; Finnell JT; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2008 Nov 6
Reviewing and managing syndromic surveillance SaTScan datasets using an open source data visualization tool.
Grannis SJ; Egg J; Overhage JM; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2005
Real world performance of approximate string comparators for use in patient matching.
Grannis SJ; Overhage JM; McDonald C; Studies in health technology and informatics 2004
Analysis of a probabilistic record linkage technique without human review.
Grannis SJ; Overhage JM; Hui S; McDonald CJ; AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2003
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