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Abstract: The All of Us Research Program from the Precision Medicine Initiative will create new opportunities and challenges for clinical decision support (CDS). An import goal of the program is to create a research cohort of at least one million U.S. volunteers, which will be used to develop customized approaches to treat diseases and improve health. This panel will discuss new opportunities and challenges for CDS using the large research cohort. This panel, which was organized by the AMIA Clinical Decision Support Working Group, brings together leaders from government, academia, and industry with diverse backgrounds in Biomedical Informatics.

Learning Objective 1: Formulate an approach to creating a large cohort for clinical research.

Learning Objective 2: Formulate an approach to using a large cohort for clinical decision support.

Authors:

Michael Grasso (Presenter)
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Barry Blumenfeld (Presenter)
RTI International

Joni Rutter (Presenter)
National Institutes of Health

Eliot Siegel (Presenter)
University of Maryland School of Medicine

Linda Wedemeyer (Presenter)
Greater Los Angeles VA Healthcare System

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