Intelligent archiving and retrieving of clinic laboratory records in pathology/radiology informatics study [ 2006 - 2009 ]

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Researchers Prof JS Jin; Prof JE Aisbett; Mr D Burton; Dr R Hofstetter; Dr M Park

Brief description Pathology/radiology Informatics has emerged as an arm for developing next-generation pathology/radiology reporting methods, databases, imagery, and diagnostics. Current report archiving systems are very primitive, restricting any sophisticated use of the reports. This proposal aims to develop an innovative pathology/radiology report archiving system capable of automatically extracting useful information from reports. This system will make a smart use of pathology/radiology data and open a new way to extend current tests and examinations from being disease-focussed to being wellness focussed. It will also significantly reduce the number of tests, i.e., associated cost for healthcare.

Funding Amount $253,000

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