Electronic Health Records
An electronic health record comprises a patient’s medical history, diagnoses, medications, allergies, radiology images, and laboratory and test results. However, a significant barrier to this is that much of the EHR information is still made up of natural language.
EHRs can help you give higher quality and safer care for patients while creating substantial benefits for healthcare organizations. EHRs help providers by:
1. Offering reliable, up-to-date, and comprehensive information about patients
2. Facilitating quick access to patient records.
3. Sharing electronic information with patients and other medical professionals.
4. Helping diagnose patients and reduce medical errors
5. Enhancing patient and provider interaction and communication, as well as health care availability
6. Enabling safer, more reliable prescribing
7. Helping promote readable, comprehensive documentation and secure, streamlined coding and billing
8. Improving privacy and security of patient data
9. Enabling providers to improve efficiency
10. Diminishing costs through reduced paperwork, enhanced safety, decreased duplication of testing.
Finding participants for clinical trials
Finding clinical trials participants from a set of available EHRs can be improved through an in-depth analysis of unstructured medical data included in those EHRs. The ability to filter candidates by previous medical conditions, treatments, or symptoms reduces the time needed to locate proper participants.
Patient-reported Outcomes. Voice of the Patient
The healthcare industry needs to understand the feedback that their current and future customers express in different channels. Voice of patient allows us to extend information to a new content area with unstructured content: comments on health forums, social networks, surveys, records from call-centers, etc.
The automated processing enables us to conduct this analysis with the essential characteristics of quality, volume, response time, and uniformity.
Pharmacovigilance-Adverse Drug Reactions
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are the most significant safety concern in the health field.
Artificial intelligence can decisively contribute to promote patient safety, proactively monitor adverse events, and understand their impact in every phase of development.
AI ensures global compliance and improves a company’s effectiveness in reporting adverse effects, drug safety management, and risk mitigation.