Mirza Khan, MD
Mirza Khan, MD
NIH T32 Fellow in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute
Mirza is currently an NIH T32 Fellow in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Northwestern University and his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Following internal medicine residency training at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, he completed the VA Medical Informatics and Quality Improvement Fellowship based in Nashville while also pursuing a master’s degree in Vanderbilt’s Department of Biomedical Informatics. Mirza is interested in the application of informatics and data science methods for disease detection, risk stratification, and improved allocation of health care. He has a particular focus on cardio informatics, imaging informatics, and natural language processing.
Dealing with Multi-Site Data: Finding Harmony in the Noise
There are many points of failure when it comes to appropriate collection and capture of structured data in electronic medical records. This problem is multiplied when dealing with data from multiple healthcare systems. We illustrate this problem using common patient measurement values, height and weight, from participating sites in the All of Us Research Program. We also provide a general framework for handling multi-site measurement data.