|Mary Saltz, MD; Chief Clinical Integration Officer, Assistant Clinical Professor of Radiology, Stony Brook Cancer Center, Chief Medical Information Officer, Stony Brook University|
Lisa Benz Scott, Ph.D; Associate Dean, Health Sciences; Director of the Program in Public Health and MPH Program Director, Stony Brook Medicine
Biomedical Informatics Grand Rounds
“Opioid crisis on Long Island - a data driven approach”
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 3pm—4pm
BMI Conference Room HSC-L3 Room 045
By using innovative hotspot mapping of NYS SPARCS data in conjunction with analyzing community-based programs that support the opioiddependent
community new insights are gained to inform possible interventions across Long Island. Data visualization drives understanding of
where to target resources for research and practice to improve public health. This work has spurred not only interaction across departments
at Stony Book but across the greater community.
Mary Morrison Saltz, MD; is a Board Certified in Clinical Informatics and Diagnostic Radiology. She earned a BSc from McGill University in
Human Genetics and went on to graduate from the Duke University School of Medicine. At Boston University she completed her training in
Diagnostic Radiology, and was Chief Resident before going on the Massachusetts General Hospital to train in Interventional Abdominal Radiology.
She also completed training in Pathology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Lisa Benz Scott, Ph.D, Dr. Benz Scott is a Professor and Associate Dean for Health Sciences at Stony Brook Medicine. She directs the Program
in Public Health which is the academic home of the Master of Public Health (MPH) and a Ph.D. program in Population Health and Clinical Outcomes.
She leads an exceptional inter-disciplinary faculty of clinical and social/behavioral scientists who are dedicated to improving the public's
health through research, teaching and community engagement. Dr. Benz Scott has held several leadership roles at Stony Brook over the
last 17 years including Associate Dean for Research (School of Health Technology and Management, 2008-2012).
**CME CREDIT AVAILABLE**
All those in control of CME content are expected to disclose any relevant financial relationship with a commercial interest (defined as any entity producing, marketing, reselling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients) that relates to the content that will be discussed in the educational presentation.
All commercial relationships that create a conflict with the planners, speakers, authors’ control of content must be resolved before the educational activity occurs.
- Everyone MUST register with the CME office by using this link: https://cme.stonybrookmedicine.edu/my-cme-account/sign-up. ALL attendees are tracked by the CME office.
- All CME credits are now being entered onto the online Stony Brook system.
- You will be able to view and print your credits yourself whenever you need them.
Questions? Please call the Biomedical Informatics Department at 631-638-2590.