We draw from two domains to explore a foundation for computable knowledge representations of in tailored practice feedback: user stories and behavior change interventions. We conducted a preliminary mapping exercise to understand the potential of BCIO for developing and managing computable knowledge about tailored feedback messages, originating from user stories about contraception care. User stories were associated with the following BCIO constructs: Content (n=9); Population (n=7); Engagement (n=2) and Delivery (n=2). User stories and BCIO may be useful as a foundation for computable knowledge representations of tailored performance feedback reports in learning health systems.
Learning Objective: To understand the potential for user stories and the Behavior Change Intervention Ontology to provide foundational constructs for knowledge representation in tailored clinical practice feedback.
Zach Landis-Lewis (Presenter)
University of Michigan
Veena Panicker, University of Michigan
Dahee Lee, University of Michigan
Marisa Wetmore, Program on Women's Healthcare Effectiveness Research
Roger Smith, Program on Women's Healthcare Effectiveness Research
Michelle Moniz, Program on Women's Healthcare Effectiveness Research