Managing High Disease Risk Factors: a use case in the KMR-II Healthcare Infrastructure

Abstract

The goal of the KMR-II project is the creation of a unified architecture for a knowledge intensive patient healthcare management. Using a combination of knowledge integration techniques, it provides a framework for the interaction between patients, providers and managers. At the same time, is provides intelligent clinical decision support and automates management procedures. In this paper, we introduce some of the architectural aspects and show how it allows to manage a simple use case, where a predictive model is used to notify both a patient and their provider that there is a high probability that the patient will develop some disease in the future.

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@inproceedings{Sottara2011ManagingHD, title={Managing High Disease Risk Factors: a use case in the KMR-II Healthcare Infrastructure}, author={Davide Sottara and Emory Fry and Esteban Aliverti and Mauricio Salatino and John Harby and Stefan Killen and Tuyet Nguyen and Mike Wright}, booktitle={RuleML America}, year={2011} }