An ontology-based personalization of health-care knowledge to support clinical decisions for chronically ill patients

@article{Riao2012AnOP,
  title={An ontology-based personalization of health-care knowledge to support clinical decisions for chronically ill patients},
  author={David Ria{\~n}o and Francis Real and Joan Albert L{\'o}pez-Vallverd{\'u} and Fabio Campana and Sara Ercolani and Patrizia Mecocci and Roberta Annicchiarico and Carlo Caltagirone},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2012},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={429-46}
}
Chronically ill patients are complex health care cases that require the coordinated interaction of multiple professionals. A correct intervention of these sort of patients entails the accurate analysis of the conditions of each concrete patient and the adaptation of evidence-based standard intervention plans to these conditions. There are some other clinical circumstances such as wrong diagnoses, unobserved comorbidities, missing information, unobserved related diseases or prevention, whose… CONTINUE READING
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