Is HIT Interoperability in the Nature of Healthcare?

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Application Programming Interfaces are up for discussion today, is this the future of interoperability with medical records?  Anyone in the HIT/EHR  business today can pretty much attest to the complexities that have evolved and is there anything or anyone to fault?  Not really it is just the way it happened. Continue reading: Is HIT Interoperability in the Nature of Healthcare?

MIT Working On A New System to Disambiguate Words Used in Doctor’s Clinical Notes–Topic Modeling

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Word-sense disambiguation is not as easy as it sounds when you have two or more meanings for one word.  MIT is now using what is called “Topic Modeling” to determine which meaning is correct.  In the English language most double meanings are usually not even close however with clinical terminology that may not always be the case.  Continue reading: MIT Working On A New System to Disambiguate Words Used in Doctor’s Clinical Notes–Topic Modeling