Linking electronic medical records to large-scale simulation models: can we put rapid learning on turbo?

@article{Eddy2007LinkingEM,
  title={Linking electronic medical records to large-scale simulation models: can we put rapid learning on turbo?},
  author={David M. Eddy},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={w125-36}
}
One method for rapid learning is to use data from electronic medical records (EMRs) to help build and validate large-scale, physiology-based simulation models. These models can than be used to help answer questions that cannot be addressed directly from the EMR data. Their potential uses include analyses of physiological pathways; simulation and design of clinical trials; and analyses of clinical management tools such as guidelines, performance measures, priority setting, and cost-effectiveness… CONTINUE READING
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