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The wide-scale adoption of electronic health records (EHR)s has increased the availability of routinely collected clinical data in electronic form that can be used to improve the reporting of quality of care. However, the bulk of information in the EHR is in unstructured form (e.g., free-text clinical notes) and not amenable to automated reporting. Traditional methods are based on structured diagnostic and billing data that provide efficient, but inaccurate or incomplete summaries of actual ordoi:10.13063/2327-9214.1270 pmid:29881731 pmcid:PMC5983066 fatcat:lygiouxadja5tmi2kadaqyukoq