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Estimating and Analysing Coordination in Medical Terminologies

Cornelia Hedeler, Bijan Parsia, Sebastian Brandt
2014 2014 IEEE 27th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems  
In this paper, we provide a formalization of the notion of coordination, a technique for estimating the degree of coordination in a given system, and an examination, based on our technique, of the coordination  ...  in the terminologies and so-called post-coordination where the terminology consists of a basis and a generative function from which the compound terms may be derived.  ...  However, we can attempt to estimate the amount of coordination in existing terminologies by parsing and analysing the terms explicitly present in the terminology.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cbms.2014.81 dblp:conf/cbms/HedelerPB14 fatcat:jwt6da7vzfhjxgtyxefr5giimi

Use of SNOMED CT to Represent Clinical Research Data: A Semantic Characterization of Data Items on Case Report Forms in Vasculitis Research

R. L. Richesson, J. E. Andrews, J. P. Krischer
2006 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
In addition, a large majority of the concepts (83%) required post-coordination, either to clarify context (e.g., time) or to better capture complex clinical concepts (e.g., disease-related findings).  ...  The items were coded by the presence and nature of SNOMED CT coverage and classified into semantic types by 2 coders.  ...  Using the sanctioned SNOMED CT terminology model (as depicted in Figure 1 ) for the post-coordination of new or complex concepts eases terminology maintenance and makes for a more efficient terminology  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m2093 pmid:16799121 pmcid:PMC1561787 fatcat:ten37amwcfav3gxqi5vof3ojpe

Page 71 of British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Vol. 32, Issue 1 [page]

1991 British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology  
Tracking performance In order to be able to detect changes in the state of vigilance (and/or motoric coordination), subjects were requested to perform a simple task on a video screen: they had to keep  ...  Cardiovascular parameters Heart rate and systolic and diastolic blood pressure (Riva-Rocchi) were recorded in the sitting subjects before and after administration of the medication, prior to the second  ... 

Validation of a common data model for active safety surveillance research

J Marc Overhage, Patrick B Ryan, Christian G Reich, Abraham G Hartzema, Paul E Stang
2012 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Objective Systematic analysis of observational medical databases for active safety surveillance is hindered by the variation in data models and coding systems.  ...  Conclusion There was acceptable representation of the data from 10 observational databases in the OMOP CDM using the standardized terminologies selected, and a range of analytic methods was developed and  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank and acknowledge the contributions of the OMOP distributed research partners in phases of this research, who are supported by a grant from the Foundation for the National  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2011-000376 pmid:22037893 pmcid:PMC3240764 fatcat:blz6g3mltzczfen4ssarcz5a24

Evaluating standard terminologies for encoding allergy information

Foster R Goss, Li Zhou, Joseph M Plasek, Carol Broverman, George Robinson, Blackford Middleton, Roberto A Rocha
2013 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
It is estimated that 12% of medication errors are due to a lack of understanding of drug allergies 4 and 8-13% of medication errors are preventable due to an allergy being documented at the time a medication  ...  In addition, the ideal terminology has to include the right balance of pre-coordination (the representation of a clinical meaning using a single concept identifier) and post-coordination (the representation  ...  Contributors FRG and LZ conceived of the topic and wrote the manuscript. JMP, GR, and RAR contributed to the manuscript. CB and BM reviewed the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2012-000816 pmid:23396542 pmcid:PMC3756252 fatcat:2ytinrep2bhddfzxxjf5x4hy6q

An EAACI "European Survey on Adverse Systemic Reactions in Allergen Immunotherapy (EASSI)": the methodology

Moises A Calderón, Pablo Rodríguez del Río, Carmen Vidal, Jocelyne Just, Oliver Pfaar, Allan Linneberg, Pascal Demoly
2014 Clinical and Translational Allergy  
A list of 31 symptoms terms were extracted from the MedDRA (Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities) dictionary to harmonize the reporting of all adverse systemic reactions in this survey.  ...  A designated "national coordinator" was responsible for following ethics requirements relative to each country and to select at least 30 doctors per country.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge sponsorship of the EAACI and the support of National Societies from France (Prof Benoit Wallaert), Germany (Prof Harald Renz), and Spain (Prof Jose  ... 
doi:10.1186/2045-7022-4-22 pmid:25075276 pmcid:PMC4113667 fatcat:ya7fj3qxdjgipcnyy5vafa3dym

Organization and Representation of Patient Safety Data: Current Status and Issues around Generalizability and Scalability

Aziz A. Boxwala, Meghan Dierks, Maura Keenan, Susan Jackson, Robert Hanscom, David W. Bates, Luke Sato
2004 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A variety of data structures and terminologies have been created to represent the information contained in these sources of patient safety data.  ...  A b s t r a c t Recent reports have identified medical errors as a significant cause of morbidity and mortality among patients.  ...  Thus, analyses of incident reports may not yield reliable estimates of errors.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1317 pmid:15298992 pmcid:PMC524625 fatcat:futl6mq3rbam5gs4ltqlvzw32m

Developing a standardized cephalometric vocabulary: choices and possible strategies

Randall F Stewart, Heather Edgar, Charles Tatlock, Philip J Kroth
2008 Journal of Dental Education  
Solving this problem will require education, cooperation, and consensus in order to reap the potential improvements to patient care, dental education, and research.  ...  The first step in overcoming these remaining issues is awareness.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by NIH grants 5F37 LM008747 and 1G08 LM009381.  ... 
pmid:18768441 pmcid:PMC2755070 fatcat:iu57upbhznflthc3jqgsmz5sy4

Interface Terminologies: Facilitating Direct Entry of Clinical Data into Electronic Health Record Systems

S. T. Rosenbloom, R. A. Miller, K. B. Johnson, P. L. Elkin, S. H. Brown
2006 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
To place interface terminologies in context, this article reviews historical goals and challenges of clinical terminology development in general and then focuses on the unique features of interface terminologies  ...  Necessary but not sufficient attributes for an interface terminology include adequate synonym coverage, presence of relevant assertional knowledge, and a balance between pre-and post-coordination.  ...  Rector 65 noted that interface terminologies should restrict post-coordination to creating medically meaningful concepts, and Rassinoux et al. 81 have proposed that pre-coordination and post-coordination  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1957 pmid:16501181 pmcid:PMC1513664 fatcat:3xaijhqqpbczhlmjbxhut4edcu

Variation of SNOMED CT Coding of Clinical Research Concepts among Coding Experts

J. E. Andrews, R. L. Richesson, J. Krischer
2007 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
The companies were asked to select SNOMED CT concepts (in any form, including post-coordinated) that capture the core concept(s) reflected in the question.  ...  Measurements: Basic frequencies were calculated to determine raw level agreement among the companies and other descriptive information.  ...  Correspondence and reprint requests to: James E. Andrews, PhD, School of Library and Information Science, University of South Florida, 4202 E.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m2372 pmid:17460128 pmcid:PMC2244907 fatcat:x344ia7lsbdpfb5lwywh4pssq4

IMIA LaMB WG event: 'Biomedical Semantics in the Big Data Era', Workshop at MEDINFO 2015 – São Paulo,Brazil

Roland Cornet, Stephane Meystre, Stefan Schulz, Patrick Ruch, Tomasz Adamusiak, Laszlo Balkanyi, Jianying Hu
2019 Zenodo  
The workshop of IMIA WG 'Language and Meaning in Biomedicine' was held at MEDINFO 2015 – São Paulo,Brazil.  ...  and unstructured content , by Tomasz Adamusiak - Summary and workshop organization, by Laszlo Balkanyi (2) a reader with a library of references for the MEDINFO 2015 workshop of IMIA LaMB Working Group  ...  Improved user-directed coordination in SNOMED CT in real practice requires advanced sanctioning, increased consistency of definitions of concepts in SNOMED CT, and realtime analysis of the post-coordinate  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3398964 fatcat:ksn3rajzs5earbjd3kczdvrwdi

Aligning an Administrative Procedure Coding System with SNOMED CT

Stefan Schulz, Johannes Steffel, Peter Polster, Matvey Palchuk, Philipp Daumke
2019 Joint Ontology Workshops  
but remain approximate; (iii) the mapping work is impaired by imprecise descriptions in either terminology system.  ...  across languages and jurisdictions.  ...  There is one remarkable exception to this trend, viz. terminologies for medical procedures.  ... 
dblp:conf/jowo/0001SPPD19 fatcat:vbn3kev7wjdqtkf2ktwpnwvvgm

Pediatric primary care psychologists' reported level of integration, billing practices, and reimbursement frequency

Andrew R. Riley, Allison Grennan, Kathryn Menousek, Kathryn W. Hoffses
2018 Families, Systems & Health  
Overall, use of H&B codes was associated with higher reported levels of coordination and integration.  ...  Introduction-Integration of psychological services into pediatric primary care is increasingly common, but models of integration vary with regards to their level of coordination, co-location, and integration  ...  Three respondents identified their PPC model as Coordinated, contrasted with 17 Co-located and 35 Integrated. Analyses were conducted with and without the small Coordinated group.  ... 
doi:10.1037/fsh0000306 pmid:29172627 pmcid:PMC5880712 fatcat:wd4jyjmfgnb57br5qha4sa3rw4

Use of a modular ontology and a semantic annotation tool to describe the care pathway of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in a coordination network

Sonia Cardoso, Pierre Meneton, Xavier Aimé, Vincent Meininger, David Grabli, Gilles Guezennec, Jean Charlet
2021 PLoS ONE  
OntoPaRON has different modules: the core, medical, socio-environmental, coordination, and consolidation modules.  ...  This coordination network provides care for 92% of patients diagnosed with ALS living in Ile-de-France.  ...  Terminology Number of Concepts Alignments found Socio-environmental alignments Medical alignments Coordination alignments Medical subject headings (MeSH) 277,575 789 181 (27.01%) 501  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0244604 pmid:33406098 pmcid:PMC7787442 fatcat:lonk2qqffzazji33dczxxd57t4

Coding of procedures documented by general practitioners in Swedish primary care-an explorative study using two procedure coding systems

Anna Vikström, Maria Hägglund, Mikael Nyström, Lars-Erik Strender, Sabine Koch, Per Hjerpe, Ulf Lindblad, Gunnar H Nilsson
2012 BMC Family Practice  
Methods: Procedures in 200 record entries were identified, coded, assessed in relation to two procedure coding systems and analysed.  ...  SNOMED CT is a more flexible terminology system that can be used for different purposes for procedure coding in primary care.  ...  , PH from Lund University, and UL from the University of Gothenburg.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2296-13-2 pmid:22230095 pmcid:PMC3276441 fatcat:mqmmixrwb5hcpbqwucegk2deyu
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