Tag: automation

Machine readable clinical guidelines and pathways

Summer of Research project by David Bassett, supervised by Dr. Patrick Gladding (University of Auckland) There has recently been rapid growth in the use of clinical guidelines and pathways for the assessment, diagnosis and management of medical conditions. These guidelines generally contain unstructured free text and are difficult to digitise into electronic health records, limiting …

An online system for answering medical questions

Summer of Research project by Qiming Bao, University of Auckland, supervised by Dr Jiamou Liu (University of Auckland). As demand for doctors increases, patients may be able to decrease pressure on the health system and save themselves money by getting a preliminary diagnosis from an automatic question-and-answer system. Existing online chatbots such as Buoy Health …

Feature importance for adverse drug event named entity recognition

Summer of Research project by Hamish Huggard, University of Auckland, supervised by Dr Edmond Zhang (Precision Driven Health and Orion Health). Automatically identifying drug names, dosages and effects in health records could help researchers find relationships between certain medications and negative effects on patients. An adverse drug event (ADE) is when something bad happens to …

Automated De-identification

Separating patients from their records The idea that a patient’s Electronic Health Record (EHR) has a secondary value, beyond the immediate treatment of a single individual, is becoming more prevalent as medical research incorporates machine learning (ML) practices. The information an EHR contains, such as symptoms, treatment plans, response to medication, can be extracted using …

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Automated Message Mapping

This project involves automation of systems for mapping target fields to and from HL7 messages to enable automation of this previously laborious, manual process. PI: Junjae Lee, Orion Health Junjae Leehttps://precisiondrivenhealth.com/researchers/junjae-lee/