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Tag: Natural Language Processing

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Article: How to unburden physicians with the next evolution in clinical documentation technology

With Jason Mark

Jason Mark describes how natural language understanding (NLU)—the latest evolution in natural language processing (NLP) technology—streamlines workflows for clinicians, clinical documentation improvement specialists and coders.

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AI Talk: Augmented arguments

January 31st, 2020 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

This week’s AI Talk… We have all heard of data mining, but have you heard of the term argument mining? Turns out it is an active area of research in […]

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AI Talk: Muppets and a boondoggle

March 22nd, 2019 / By V. “Juggy” Jagannathan, PhD

This week’s AI Talk… Muppet invasion in machine learning In this week’s AI Talk, I’m going to do a deep dive into a hot topic in the field: It’s the […]

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Tapping into the rich meaning conveyed in human language

January 30th, 2019 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

The way we use language says something about us. Disordered thought can manifest as disordered language use—a signal that might mean the person has schizophrenia. Pressured speech could be a […]

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Podcast Episode Transcript: Analyzing human language for social good

With L. Gordon Moore, MD

Dr. Gordon Moore: Welcome to the Inside Angle podcast. This is your host, Gordon Moore, and today, I’m speaking with Philip Resnik. He is a professor of linguistics at the […]

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Social determinants of health and natural language processing

August 6th, 2018 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Healthcare delivery is under extreme pressure to improve costs and outcomes. One reliable pathway is by improving efficiency. One aspect of efficiency is to better match interventions to people most […]

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Reducing surgical site infection by 74 percent: Machine learning and quality improvement

May 21st, 2018 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Dr. John Cromwell is a colorectal surgeon interested in computers and machine learning. He believed that computers could sift vast amounts of data to inform surgeons on ways to reduce post-operative infection rates.

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AMIA 2017 Learning Showcase: Terminology-enabled clinical natural language processing for unstructured information extraction

February 16th, 2018 / By Senthil Nachimuthu, MD, PhD

The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) organizes a Learning Showcase during the Annual Symposium. Separate from the scientific program, the Learning Showcase allows exhibitors to present the informatics aspects or […]

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Natural language processing, disease progression and population health

February 5th, 2018 / By Katie Christensen

Population health. The name pretty much says it all, right? Through the Triple Aim initiative, we are striving to improve the health of our overall population and make an impact […]

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Cardiovascular registries: Patient data, appropriate use, and technology innovation

January 31st, 2018 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

Sometimes science upends what we think of as common sense.  We might believe that a degenerative tear in the meniscus (cartilage in the knee) ought to be fixed. Then some […]

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Hospitals and health systems address impact of social determinants and other non-medical factors

December 13th, 2017 / By L. Gordon Moore, MD

In a representative survey of 300 hospitals and health systems, the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions discovered that: “80 percent of hospital respondents reported that leadership is committed to establishing […]

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Infographic: Accessing your clinical data

Is accessing your clinical data a pain? Learn how to access and use unstructured data for new insights and discoveries with this infographic.

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