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Diabetes Mellitus Forecasting Using Population Health Data in Ontario, Canada

@article{Ravaut2019DiabetesMF,
  title={Diabetes Mellitus Forecasting Using Population Health Data in Ontario, Canada},
  author={Mathieu Ravaut and Hamed Sadeghi and Kin Kwan Leung and Maksims Volkovs and Laura C. Rosella},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1904.04137}
}
Leveraging health administrative data (HAD) datasets for predicting the risk of chronic diseases including diabetes has gained a lot of attention in the machine learning community recently. In this paper, we use the largest health records datasets of patients in Ontario,Canada. Provided by the Institute of Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), this database is age, gender and ethnicity-diverse. The datasets include demographics, lab measurements,drug benefits, healthcare system interactions… 

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