Abstracts

Decision Support and Hospital Monitoring (Neel Shah)

Neel Shah

Pulmonary embolism affects over a million patients within the United States every year, with more than 100 000 of these cases being fatal. Current validated mortality scores including PESI and BOVA scores both account for only 30-day all-cause mortality. Unfortunately,

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Decision Support and Hospital Monitoring (Kennedy Brown)

Kennedy Brown

 

2019-11-21 15:38:21 (GMT) Healthgen AI Inc has defined a solution for predicting patient sepsis risk across the care continuum. This solution is unique by identifying early prediction of the highest risk patients in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

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Decision Support and Hospital Monitoring (Andrew Ballas)

Andrew Ballas

2019-11-19 07:00:49 (GMT) Background:
Hospitals across the world rely on the expertise of many doctors and specialists to deliver the best possible care to their patients. However, complex cases often draw in several teams of providers, rendering it difficult for a

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Decision Support and Hospital Monitoring (Allison Kang)

Allison Kang – BPUholdings.com

Background/Problem: High volume of dementia falls are a serious dilemma as reported by the Joint Commission. Every year, about one million patients fall within hospitals (AHRQ.gov). Forty percent of those falls result in injury. This affects a hospi

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