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The terms medical record, health record, and medical chart are used somewhat interchangeably to describe the systematic documentation of a single patient's medical history and care across time within one particular health care provider's jurisdiction. The medical record includes a variety of types of "notes" entered over time by health care professionals, recording observations and administration of drugs and therapies, orders for the administration of drugs and therapies, test results, x-rays, reports, etc. The maintenance of complete and accurate medical records is a requirement of health care providers and is generally enforced as a licensing or certification prerequisite.

Method for accessing and analyzing medically related information from multiple sources collected into one or more databases for deriving illness probability and/or for generating alerts for the detection of emergency events relating to disease management including HIV and SARS, and for syndromic surveillance of infectious disease and for predicting risk of adverse events to one or more drugs

The method of the present invention derives the illness probability of any selected person from a database of people stored in a computer and/or on a computer network using collected relational data from every person in the database, including whether a person has a contact relationship with another person in said database and utilizes a database of illnesses infection probability functions given different illnesses and states of nature including data relating to social relationship; type of disease; probability function of infection given a time unit; length of contact of the particular contact relationship link; and calculates at least one relational path between said person and each person in the data base with whom there is a contact relationship, direct or via other persons in the said database for deriving the illness probability of the selected person. In addition. the method of the present invention permits selecting the optimum treatment for a patient with an infectious disease based upon recommending a drug or drugs deemed optimum for treating the patient and permits generating alerts for the detection of emergency events such as the outbreak of an infectious disease or a biological, chemical or nuclear attack and for diseases management. Moreover, in accordance with the method of the present invention a given patient may compare his or her medical record with summary information of patients with similar defined criteria.

System and method for integrating and validating genotypic, phenotypic and medical information into a database according to a standardized ontology

The system described herein enables clinicians and researchers to use aggregated genetic and phenotypic data from clinical trials and medical records to make the safest, most effective treatment decisions for each patient. This involves (i) the creation of a standardized ontology for genetic, phenotypic, clinical, pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic and other data sets, (ii) the creation of a translation engine to integrate heterogeneous data sets into a database using the standardized ontology, and (iii) the development of statistical methods to perform data validation and outcome prediction with the integrated data. The system is designed to interface with patient electronic medical records (EMRs) in hospitals and laboratories to extract a particular patient's relevant data. The system may also be used in the context of generating phenotypic predictions and enhanced medical laboratory reports for treating clinicians. The system may also be used in the context of leveraging the huge amount of data created in medical and pharmaceutical clinical trials. The ontology and validation rules are designed to be flexible so as to accommodate a disparate set of clients. The system is also designed to be flexible so that it can change to accommodate scientific progress and remain optimally configured.

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.

Proces for diagnosic system and method applying artificial intelligence techniques to a patient medical record and that combines customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software in a revolutionary way to provide a unique-and uniquely powerful and easy-to-use-tool to manage veterinary or human medical clinics and hospitals

InactiveUS20050108052A1Precise and time-saving and stress-free communicationAvoid misplacementData processing applicationsMedical automated diagnosisMedical recordDiagnostic program
This medical (human and veterinary) CRM and ERP software affects every step of patient interaction: marketing, sales or service-related. It allows management of the workload by distributing the chores among staff members and automates medical and business processes through workflow rules. It enables users to view and update tasks, medical cases, appointments, sales, phone calls, faxes, emails, letters and automatic input of lab results into the patient's medical record. It also serves the needs of people in human resources; finance and inventory control, and integrates with Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, Great Plains and other business systems. It delivers detailed diagnostic differentials associated with a likelihood of their applicability to the given patients' record and physician's experience in his contextual situation; selects the most appropriate diagnostic procedures; offers the possibility for the user to implement context-sensitive tutorials; presents a context-sensitive source of information on diseases and medical procedures.

Process for comprehensive surgical assist system by means of a therapy imaging and model management system (TIMMS)

This invention provides a process and system for a comprehensive surgical assist system, called a Therapy Imaging and Model Management System (TIMMS), which combines and integrates all of the necessary information and communication technology; workflow analysis, data processing and data synthesis; interactive interfaces between surgeon and mechatronic devices; and, cognitive agents; to provide comprehensive assistance and guidance throughout complex medical and surgical therapies, such as image guided surgery. The components of this invention, which are modular, scalable and may be distributed in location, act synergistically to provide functionality and utility that exceeds the sum of its individual parts.
A method of performing surgery on a patient comprising the step of comparing a chosen patient's data to statistical data in a repository of patient data to develop a patient specific model, wherein the data comprises information from two or more sub databases selected from the group consisting of workflow data, electronic medical records, diagnostic data, biological data, measurement data, anatomical data, physiological data, genetic data, molecular data, imaging data, chemical data, clinical laboratory data, simulated data, coordinate data and surgical result and wherein the patient specific model aids in the preoperative, operative or post operative phase of surgery performed in real time on the patient.

Electronic-medical-record sharing system based on block chain

InactiveCN107391944AAchieve tamper-proofAchieve rating reviewData processing applicationsSpecial data processing applicationsMedical recordOriginal data
The embodiment of the invention discloses an electronic-medical-record sharing system based on a block chain. The electronic-medical-record sharing system comprises an identity verification module, a processing module and a querying module, wherein the identity verification module is used for receiving a logging-in account input by a user, identifying the logging-in account and configuring corresponding operating authorization for the logging-in account; the processing module is used for being connected with a pre-established block-chain database, wherein the block-chain database comprises a plurality of nodes, and each node corresponds to a hospital database; the querying module is used for receiving a querying order input by the user, obtaining a corresponding electronic medical record from the block-chain database according to the querying order and showing the obtained electronic medical record to the user. The electronic-medical-record sharing system is established based on the block chain technology in the embodiment, all data can be only preserved in a hospital server generated through original data, only data hash values are stored on the block-chain database so that the aims that data cannot be tampered, is looked up in a classified mode and is retrospective in consulting can be achieved, and the electronic-medical-record sharing system has the advantage that the data security is improved.

Process and system for high precision coding of free text documents against a standard lexicon

Coding free text documents, especially in medicine, has become an urgent priority as electronic medical records (EMR) mature, and the need to exchange data between EMRs becomes more acute. However, only a few automated coding systems exist, and they can only code a small portion of the free text against a limited number of codes. The precision of these systems is low and code quality is not measured. The present invention discloses a process and system which implements semantic coding against standard lexicon(s) with high precision. The standard lexicon can come from a number of different sources, but is usually developed by a standard's body. The system is semi-automated to enable medical coders or others to process free text documents at a rapid rate and with high precision. The system performs the steps of segmenting a document, flagging the need for corrections, validating the document against a data type definition, and looking up both the semantics and standard codes which correspond to the document's sentences. The coder has the option to intervene at any step in the process to fix mistakes made by the system. A knowledge base, consisting of propositions, represents the semantic knowledge in the domain. When sentences with unknown semantics are discovered they can be easily added to the knowledge base. The propositions in the knowledge base are associated with codes in the standard lexicon. The quality of each match is rated by a professional who understands the knowledge domain. The system uses this information to perform high precision coding and measure the quality of the match.
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