Our research group, IT for Health, was very well represented at the AIME conference (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 2-6 July, 2011). This year the conference was located at the idyllic village Bled in Slovenia.
At the main conference, Aron Henriksson presented his, Martin Hassel’s and Mia Kvist’s paper: “Diagnosis Code Assignment Support Using Random Indexing of Patient Records – A Qualitative Feasibility Study”.
At the third Louhi workshop at the conference, organized by the Norwegian group in the HEXAnord network, our research group had three presentations. Aron presented another paper by him and Martin, “Election of Diagnosis Codes: Words as Responsible Citizens”. Hideyuki Tanushi presented the paper “Calculating Prevalence of Comorbidity and Comorbidity Combinations with Diabetes in Hospital Care in Sweden Using a Health Care Record Database” that was the result of his master thesis, and that was written by Hideyuki together with Hercules Dalianis and Gunnar Nilsson. Finally, I presented a paper, “Retrieving disorders and ﬁndings: Results using SNOMED CT and NegEx adapted for Swedish”, also written together with Hercules and Gunnar.