CLIP: A Dataset for Extracting Action Items for Physicians from Hospital Discharge Notes

@article{Mullenbach2021CLIPAD,
  title={CLIP: A Dataset for Extracting Action Items for Physicians from Hospital Discharge Notes},
  author={J. Mullenbach and Yada Pruksachatkun and Sean Adler and Jennifer M. Seale and Jordan Swartz and T. Greg McKelvey and Hui Dai and Yi Yang and David A. Sontag},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.02524}
}
Continuity of care is crucial to ensuring positive health outcomes for patients discharged from an inpatient hospital setting, and improved information sharing can help. To share information, caregivers write discharge notes containing action items to share with patients and their future caregivers, but these action items are easily lost due to the lengthiness of the documents. In this work, we describe our creation of a dataset of clinical action items annotated over MIMIC-III, the largest… 

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