DPU - Symposium 2022

15 Symposium 2022 Curriculum Vitae: Mag. Dr. Maria Bernathova is Consultant Breast Radiologist at Medical University of Vienna, Austria. She graduated from Komenius-University of Bratislava, Slovakia in 1996 in Medicine and went on to complete her Master’s Degree in Medical Informatic at the UMIT – The Health & Life Sciences University, Hall in Tirol, Austria in 2013. From 2008 – 2012 she was Cofounder and Director of SMG Clinic Gibraltar, Gibraltar (Europe) and since 2011 Consultant Breast Radiologist at the Medical University of Vienna. Since 2015 Dr. Bernathova has been a Consultant Breast Radiologist at Privat Klinik Döbling in Vienna as well as Founder of a private clinic for breast health “Be-Sure” in Vienna. In addition she holds the position of Domain Expert in the IDS Project (Development of a decision support for interdisciplinary tumor boards, a project hosted by Siemens). Abstract: Bridging the gap between medicine and computer science Progress report Subject of this talk is going to be an up-cycling of medical data, which have been stored in the course of medical care. Two projects with very different origin will be presented. Main focus will be on “lessons learned”, as one of the projects failed and could not be proceeded. However, this failure brought a deep insight in medical data collected on daily base within the university hospital. One could call it a teething problem in a new era of medical data up-cycling, however without proper arrangements during medical documentation a re-use of data is not going to be realistic. Beyond the medicine there are inspirational successes for re-use of Big Data collected by internet companies. Target advertising by Google or Amazon is one of those, which everyone experienced while browsing on internet. Wishful thinking in health care environment would be applications which could make an intelligent search in medical data storages possible, as it is already “new normal” while we search for some information in Google. A typical application which would be gamechanger in daily patient care are “Trial matching”, “Similar patient search”, “Guideline adherence” during medical decision process or risk assessment. All those new applications would not be possible without support of computer science. Therefore, a human-computer collaboration will be the new “normal” in health care. Impactful bridging of those very different areas are important topics for current research. © HUEBL Dr. Maria Bernathova Consultant Breast Radiologist, Privat Klinik Döbling, Vienna