AI model could help patients predict disease risk with electronic health records

Electronic health records contain critical information for both medical providers and patients. But these records also contain information that could interfere with an artificial intelligence algorithm’s ability to predict patients’ risk for future disease. Researchers at the College of Information Sciences and Technology are aiming to eliminate some of this noise—or unnecessary data—through a new […]

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Researchers examine whether online physician reviews indicate clinical outcomes

Online consumer reviews play an important role in almost every consumer industry—from dining and shopping to travel and technology. But what do online reviews of physicians tell consumers? In a new study, researchers from The University of Texas at Dallas investigated whether patient-generated online reviews of physicians accurately reflect the quality of care. “Many patients […]

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