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Uncertainty in Lung Cancer Stage for Outcome Estimation via Set-Valued Classification

@inproceedings{Bergquist2021UncertaintyIL,
  title={Uncertainty in Lung Cancer Stage for Outcome Estimation via Set-Valued Classification},
  author={Savannah L. Bergquist and Gabriel A. Brooks and Mary Beth Landrum and Nancy L. Keating and Sherri Rose},
  year={2021}
}
Difficulty in identifying cancer stage in health care claims data has limited oncology quality of care and health outcomes research. We fit prediction algorithms for classifying lung cancer stage into three classes (stages I/II, stage III, and stage IV) using claims data, and then demonstrate a method for incorporating the classification uncertainty in outcomes estimation. Leveraging set-valued classification and split conformal inference, we show how a fixed algorithm developed in one cohort… 

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