On February 13-14, Linguamatics held a seminar in Duarte,CA. We explored how NLP technology is improving patient outcomes and unlocking key insights from unstructured text. Below is the agenda from the event:
Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industry leaders shared their real-life use cases during this complimentary two-day event at City of Hope Cancer Center in Duarte, CA.
We also held two training workshops on Monday, February 13: Training Session 1 is for users who have limited or no experience with I2E or other text mining software; Training Session 2 is for experienced I2E users.
We saw real-life text mining examples in action on Tuesday, February 14 through presentations from text mining specialists and real-life case studies. Speakers included Sorena Nadaf (City of Hope), Samir Courdy (Huntsman Cancer Institute) and Chengyi Zheng (Kaiser Permanente).
MONDAY February 13, 2017 Training Session 1: Introduction to I2E: Healthcare Focus with Jeff Nauss (12:30PM – 2:30PM)
An introductory presentation on querying medical records with I2E experts available to address your own questions throughout the session.
MONDAY February 13, 2017 Training Session 2: Advanced Querying with Himanshu Agrawal (3:00PM– 5:00PM)
Using advanced I2E features to mine patient records for clinical attributes.
TUESDAY February 14, 2017 Seminar: Natural Language Processing: Big Data Mining for Health and Life Sciences (9:00AM – 5:00PM)
See real-life text mining examples in action.
Pathology, Gene Variants and I2E driven NLP - Ajay Shah, City of Hope
NLP Efforts and it’s impact on Translational Research & Precision Medicine - Sorena Nadaf, City of Hope
Navigating the Quagmire of Textual Information in Clinical Research - Samir Courdy, Huntsman Cancer Institute
Using NLP to Tap into Unstructured Data in the EMR - Chengyi Zheng, Kaiser Permanente
Clinical Risk Monitoring and Clinical Research with NLP - Simon Beaulah, Linguamatics
Linguamatics NLP Text mining - Bench to Bedside - Susan M LeBeau, Linguamatics
From Documents to Knowledge - Jeff Nauss, Linguamatics
All sessions were held at: