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    Healthcare: WatsonPaths
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Wednesday, October 16, 2013

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    EXCERPT

    Watson's natural language processing capabilities allows it to process an EMR with a deep semantic understanding of the content and can help medical practitioners quickly and efficiently sift through the massive amounts of complex and disparate data and better make sense of it all. Working with de-identified EMR data provided by Cleveland Clinic, and with direction from Cleveland Clinic physicians, the goal of the Watson EMR Assistant research project is to develop technologies that will be to collate key details in the past medical history and present to the physician a problem list of clinical concerns that may require care and treatment, highlight key lab results and medications that correlate with the problem list, and classify important events throughout the patient's care presented within a chronological timeline.

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    www.research.ibm.com/cogn[...]shtml
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