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    EliXR-TIME: A Temporal Knowledge Representation for Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria

    • Mary Regina Boland ;
    • Samson Tu ;
    • Simona Carini ;
    • Ida Sim ;
    • Chunhua Weng

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    EliXR-TIME: A Temporal Knowledge Representation for Clinical Research Eligibility Criteria


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    Analyzing Patterns of Drug Use in Clinical Notes for Patient Safety

    • Paea LePendu ;
    • Yi Liu ;
    • Srini Iyer ;
    • Madeleine Udell ;
    • Nigam Shah

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Analyzing Patterns of Drug Use in Clinical Notes for Patient Safety


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    Cohort Identification for Clinical Research: Querying Federated Electronic Healthcare Records Using Controlled Vocabularies and Semantic Types

    • Sarah Lim Choi Keung ;
    • Lei Zhao ;
    • Edward Tyler ;
    • Adel Taweel ;
    • Brendan Delaney ;
    • Kevin Peterson ;
    • Stuart Speedie ;
    • Richard Hobbs ;
    • Theodoros Arvanitis

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Cohort Identification for Clinical Research: Querying Federated Electronic Healthcare Records Using Controlled Vocabularies and Semantic Types


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    Using SNOMED-CT to encode summary level data – a corpus analysis

    • Hongfang Liu ;
    • Kavishwar Wagholikar ;
    • Stephen Wu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using SNOMED-CT to encode summary level data – a corpus analysis


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    Using Temporal Patterns in Medical Records to Discern Adverse Drug Events from Indications

    • Yi Liu ;
    • Paea LePendu ;
    • Srini Iyer ;
    • Nigam Shah

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using Temporal Patterns in Medical Records to Discern Adverse Drug Events from Indications


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    Using Semantic Web Technologies for Cohort Identification from Electronic Health Records for Clinical Research

    • Jyotishman Pathak ;
    • Richard Kiefer ;
    • Christopher Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using Semantic Web Technologies for Cohort Identification from Electronic Health Records for Clinical Research


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    Dependency Parser-based Negation Detection in Clinical Narratives

    • Sunghwan Sohn ;
    • Stephen Wu ;
    • Christopher Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Dependency Parser-based Negation Detection in Clinical Narratives


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    Semantator: Annotating Clinical Narratives with Semantic Web Ontologies

    • Dezhao Song ;
    • Christopher Chute ;
    • Cui Tao

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Semantator: Annotating Clinical Narratives with Semantic Web Ontologies


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    LC Data QUEST: A Technical Architecture for Community Federated Clinical Data Sharing

    • Kari A. Stephens ;
    • Ching-Ping Lin ;
    • Laura-Mae Baldwin ;
    • Abigail Echo-Hawk ;
    • Gina Keppel ;
    • Dedra Buchwald ;
    • Ron Whitener ;
    • Diane Korngiebel ;
    • Alfred Berg ;
    • Robert Black ;
    • Peter Tarczy-Hornoch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    LC Data QUEST: A Technical Architecture for Community Federated Clinical Data Sharing


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    Feasibility of pooling annotated corpora for clinical concept extraction

    • Kavishwar Wagholikar ;
    • Manabu Torii ;
    • Siddhartha Jonnalagadda ;
    • Hongfang Liu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Feasibility of pooling annotated corpora for clinical concept extraction


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    I-spline Smoothing for Calibrating Predictive Models

    • Yuan Wu ;
    • Xiaoqian Jiang ;
    • Jihoon Kim ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    I-spline Smoothing for Calibrating Predictive Models


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    Evaluating Alert Fatigue and Response Patterns to EHR-based Clinical Trial Alerts: Findings from a Randomized, Controlled Study

    • Peter Embi ;
    • Anthony Leonard

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating Alert Fatigue and Response Patterns to EHR-based Clinical Trial Alerts: Findings from a Randomized, Controlled Study


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    Integrating Diabetes Data for Analysis, Sharing, and Discovery

    • Nathaniel Heintzman ;
    • Bryant Chen ;
    • Tushar Dave ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Integrating Diabetes Data for Analysis, Sharing, and Discovery


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    Quality Evaluation of Value Sets From Cancer Study Common Data Elements Using the UMLS Semantic Groups

    • Guoqian Jiang ;
    • Harold Solbrig ;
    • Christopher Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Quality Evaluation of Value Sets From Cancer Study Common Data Elements Using the UMLS Semantic Groups


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    A patient-Driven Adaptive Prediction Technique (ADAPT) to Improve Personalized Risk Estimation for Clinical Decision Support

    • Xiaoqian Jiang ;
    • Aziz Boxwala ;
    • Robert El-Kareh ;
    • Jihoon Kim ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A patient-Driven Adaptive Prediction Technique (ADAPT) to Improve Personalized Risk Estimation for Clinical Decision Support


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    Named Entity Recognition in the MEDLINE Affiliation Field: A Step towards Enhanced Maintenance of Researcher Profile Systems

    • Manabu Torii ;
    • Kavishwar Wagholikar ;
    • Hongfang Liu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Named Entity Recognition in the MEDLINE Affiliation Field: A Step towards Enhanced Maintenance of Researcher Profile Systems


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    UMLS Term Occurrences in Clinical Notes: A Large-scale Corpus Analysis

    • Stephen Wu ;
    • Hongfang Liu ;
    • Dingcheng Li ;
    • Cui Tao ;
    • Mark Musen ;
    • Christopher Chute ;
    • Nigam Shah

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    UMLS Term Occurrences in Clinical Notes: A Large-scale Corpus Analysis


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