A framework for named entity recognition of clinical data

Ravikumar J, Ramakanth Kumar P

Abstract


With emergence of technologies like big data, the healthcare services are also being explored to apply this technology and reap benefits. Big Data analytics can be implemented as a part of e-health which involves the extrapolation of actionable insights from sources like health knowledge base and health information systems. Present day medical data creates a lot of information consistently. At present, Hospital Information System is a quickly developing innovation. This data is a major asset for getting data from gathering of gigantic measures of surgical information by forcing a few questions and watchwords. Be that as it may, there is issue of getting data precisely what the client need, because Hospital Information System contains more than one archive identified with a specific thing, individual or episode and so on. Information extraction is one of information mining systems used to concentrate models portraying essential information classes. The proposed work will work for the most part concentrating on accomplishing great execution in Medical Domain. Fundamentally this had two primary purposes one was separating significant information from patient content record and second one labelling name substance, for example, individual, association, area, malady name and symptoms. Improve survival rates and tweak care conventions and review inquiries to better deal with any interminable consideration populace. Lower costs by decreasing pointless hospitalizations. Abbreviate length of stay when confirmation is fundamental.

Keywords


Information extraction, Named entity recognition, Surgical data

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