NCI Emerging Technologies Seminar: EMERSE—Electronic Medical Record Search Engine
Hear from University of Michigan Medical School’s Dr. David Hanauer as he describes the Electronic Medical Record Search Engine (EMERSE). You’ll learn how this tool can help researchers access and understand notes from electronic health records.
EMERSE is an Informatics Technology for Cancer Research-funded tool that is fast and powerful. You could use EMERSE to help you with many tasks, including:
- finding patient details.
- identifying cohorts.
- determining study eligibility.
- abstracting data.
The NCI Emerging Technologies Seminar Series highlights novel technologies being supported through NCI awards that could transform cancer research and clinical care.
Dr. Hanauer is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Learning Health Sciences at the University of Michigan Medical School with joint appointments in the School of Information and the Department of Pediatrics.
He is the informatics faculty lead for the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR). Through MICHR, he has overseen the deployment and operation of multiple software tools like REDCap. He has been heavily involved with the development and national dissemination of software resources. Within MICHR, Dr. Hanauer leads the informatics component of the Network-Based Research Unit.
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