Composer: Visual Cohort Analysis of Patient Outcomes

@article{Rogers2018ComposerVC,
  title={Composer: Visual Cohort Analysis of Patient Outcomes},
  author={Jennifer Rogers and Nicholas T Spina and Ashley Neese and Rachel Hess and Darrel S. Brodke and Alexander Lex},
  journal={Applied clinical informatics},
  year={2018},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={
          278-285
        }
}
OBJECTIVE  Visual cohort analysis utilizing electronic health record data has become an important tool in clinical assessment of patient outcomes. [] Key Method We developed the tool in an iterative process with our collaborators to develop and refine functionality.

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