Supporting multi-level multi-perspective dynamic decision making in medicine.
Conference Proceeding Article
Most medical decision problems are exceedingly complex and contain a large number of variables. Abstraction facilitates the process of building a decision model by allowing a model builder to work at a level of detail that he is most comfortable with; it is also useful in time-critical situations or when there is insufficient data to support complete specification of probabilities of the uncertain events. In this paper, we identify and formalize abstraction and refinement operations commonly used in model construction. We illustrate the use of these mechanisms with an example on the follow-up management of colorectal cancer patients after surgery.
Colorectal tumor, Decision support system, Human, Technique
Health Information Technology | Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing
Data Management and Analytics
Transforming Health Care Through Informnatics: Cornerstones for a New Information Management Paradigm - Proceeding of AMIA'99 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM
SYMPOSIUM SUPPLEMENT 1999
Hanley & Belfus, Inc.
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Philadelphia, United States
Sundaresh, S.; Tze-Yun LEONG; and Haddawy, P..
Supporting multi-level multi-perspective dynamic decision making in medicine.. (1999). Transforming Health Care Through Informnatics: Cornerstones for a New Information Management Paradigm - Proceeding of AMIA'99 ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM. SYMPOSIUM SUPPLEMENT 1999, 161-165. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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