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Automated treatment selection method

A method useful for facilitating choosing a treatment or treatment regime and for predicting the outcome of a treatment for a disorder which is diagnosed and monitored by a physician or other appropriately trained and licensed professional, such as for example, a psychologist, based upon the symptoms experienced by a patient. Unipolar depression is an example of such a disorder, however the model may find use with other disorders and conditions wherein the patient response to treatment is variable. In the preferred embodiment, the method for predicting patient response includes the steps of performing at least one measurement of a symptom on a patient and measuring that symptom so as to derive a baseline patient profile, such as for example, determining the symptom profile with time; defining a set of a plurality of predictor variables which define the data of the baseline patient profile, wherein the set of predictor variables includes predictive symptoms and a set of treatment options; deriving a model that represents the relationship between patient response and the set of predictor variables; and utilizing the model to predict the response of said patient to a treatment. A neural net architecture is utilized to define a non-linear, second order model which is utilized to analyze the patient data and generate the predictive database from entered patient data.

Method for production of medical records and other technical documents

A computer implemented system for the production of medical records, legal documents and other frequently produced semi-technical documents. This is accomplished by generating an intelligent computer-guided interview and the use of serialized scriptable objects. Major program elements include a knowledge base text file, a parse engine, and an execution module. The knowledge base uses a unique rule syntax. The parse engine converts the textual knowledge base file to a compiled binary representation which can then be interpreted by the execution module. The execution module leads the user through the interview by generating a series of questions and presents possible answers in the form of pick lists. The data is recorded with a computer pen and collated into a document file. This file is coded in binary format and can be written to and recalled from disk. If the file is recalled from disk the user can continue to answer questions or change answers previously given. The result is a mobile computing system whereby data is input in a structured format. When the program is executed the user is prompted for answers to questions and, based upon the user's response, the final document can change considerably. Depending upon each answer, the program may change the subsequent questions being asked, change the list associated with a question, change the text being generated, or change the entire structure of the document. The data collected may be also be stored in a database for analysis at a later date. Finally, the data collected is output in a narrative text format which can be tailored according to the traditions and expectations of the user's profession. The program will output the text via a printer or it can be transmitted via electronic means.
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