Please note that the program is tentative and changes such as timing and order of the activities might occur due to the virtual nature of the program and other reasons. The major elements of the program, however, are expected to remain mostly the same.

Saturday, October 17, 2020
Virtual Conference
All times below are given in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
TIME ACTIVITY
9:00-9:10 CONFERENCE OPENING and WELCOME
  Organizing Committee Chair: Güneş Koru, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
9:10-10:10 OPENING KEYNOTE
  The role of home care in making healthcare safer for older adults coming home from the hospital
  Alicia Ines Arbaje, Associate Professor, Drexel University
10:10-10:15 MORNING COFFEE BREAK
10:15-11:50 PRESENTATIONS SESSION - I
  Exploring prevalence of wound infections and related patient characteristics in homecare using natural language processing
  Kyungmi Woo, Jiyoun Song, Victoria Adams, Loraine Block, Leanne Currie, Jingjing Shang, and Maxim Topaz
  Predicting Patient Hospitalization and Emergency Department Visits Using Clinical Notes: A Data Science Study in Home Healthcare
  Maxim Topaz, Kyungmi Woo, Miriam Ryvicker, Maryam Zolnoori and Kenrick Cato
  Characterization of US Home Health Agencies with Respect to Utilization Outcomes
  Yili Zhang, Abir Rahman, and Güneş Koru
  Home Care Admission Nurse Decision-Making Regarding Patient Visit Pattern
  Paulina Sockolow, Kathryn Bowles, Carl Pankok Jr., Yingjie Zhou, Sheryl Potashnik and Ellen Bass
11:50-12:00 GRAB-A-LUNCH BREAK
12:00-12:45 LUNCH KEYNOTE
  Co-conspirators? Providers, Academics, and the COVID-19 Threshold
  Warren Hebert, Home Care Association Of Louisiana/Loyola New Orleans
12:45-14:15 PRESENTATIONS SESSION - II
  Development and pilot test of a telepalliation platform: Feeling safe
  Birthe Dinesen, Cathrine Skov Schacksen, Laura Petrini and Jarl Sigaard
  Using data science to explore reasons for late start of care nursing visit in home healthcare.
  Maryam Zolnoori, Margaret V. McDonald, Kenrick Cato, Paulina Sockolow, Nicole Onorato, Yolanda Barrón, Sridevi Sridharan, Kathryn Bowles and Maxim Topaz
  Investigating the Relationships Between Patient Satisfaction and Clinical Measures in Home Care
  Yili Zhang, Abir Rahman, and Güneş Koru
  Health Information Technology in Home Health Care: A National Study of U.S. Home Health Care Agencies
  Monika Pogorzelska-Maziarz, Ashley Chastain, Uduwanage Gayani E. Perera, Catherine Cohen, Kyungmi Woo, Patricia Stone and Jingjing Shang
14:15 - 14:30 AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
14:30-15:30 INDUSTRY PANEL: COVID-19 Lessons from the Field: Are we ready for the next wave?
  Moderator: Neal Reizer, Participants: Nick Knowlton, Sudeep Pisipaty, Robert J. Rosati, Commentator: Güneş Koru
15:30-16:55 PRESENTATIONS SESSION - III:
  Implementation and Pilot Test of an AI Voice Assistant to Motivate Physical Activity
  Prashant Duhoon, Rajendra Neupane, Dilek Akgun, Benjamin Schooley and Neset Hikmet
  Characteristics and Service Utilization of Home Health Clients Receiving End-of-Life Care interventions
  Derek Moore, Karen Monsen, Robin Austin, David Pieczkiewicz and Susan O'Conner-Von
  Evidence-based COVID-19 Response Guidelines for Home Care and Hospice
  Robin Austin, Karen Monsen, Derek Moore, Chantal Zuizewind and Marleen Versteeg
  Use of Existing EHR Data and Latent Class Analysis to Explore Intervention Effectiveness for Women with Circulation Problems
  Cathy Schwartz, Amany Farag, Sandra Daack-Hirsch, Sue Moorhead, Karen Dunn-Lopez, Karen Monsen and Michelle Mathiason
16:55 -17:00 CLOSING REMARKS and ANNOUNCEMENTS
17:00 ADJOURNMENT