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Applying Data Mining Techniques to a Health Insurance Information System

@inproceedings{Viveros1996ApplyingDM,
  title={Applying Data Mining Techniques to a Health Insurance Information System},
  author={Marisa S. Viveros and John P. Nearhos and Michael J. Rothman},
  booktitle={VLDB},
  year={1996}
}
This paper addresses the effectiveness of two data mining techniques in analyzing and retrieving unknown behavior patterns from gigabytes of data collected in the health insurance industry. [] Key Method Association rules were applied to the episode database; neural segmentation was applied to the overlaying of both databases. The results obtained from this study demonstrate the potential value of data mining in health insurance information systems, by detecting patterns in the ordering of pathology services…

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