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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 7, July 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Towards A Model Of Knowledge Extraction Of Text Mining For Palliative Care Patients In Panama.

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AUTHOR(S)

Denis Cedeno Moreno, Miguel Vargas-Lombardo

 

KEYWORDS

electronic health records, knowledge, ontology, palliative care, text mining

 

ABSTRACT

Solutions using information technology is an innovative way to manage the information hospice patients in hospitals in Panama. The application of techniques of text mining for the domain of medicine, especially information from electronic health records of patients in palliative care is one of the most recent and promising research areas for the analysis of textual data. Text mining is based on new knowledge extraction from unstructured natural language data. We may also create ontologies to describe the terminology and knowledge in a given domain. In an ontology, conceptualization of a domain that may be general or specific formalized. Knowledge can be used for decision making by health specialists or can help in research topics for improving the health system.

 

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