Information Extraction to Improve Standard Compliance The Case of Clinical Handover
Clinical handover refers to healthcare workers transferring responsibility and accountability for patient care, e.g., between shifts or wards. Safety and quality health standards call for this process to be systematically structured across the organisation and synchronous with its documentation. This paper evaluates information extraction as a way to help comply with these standards. It implements the handover process of first specifying a structured handover form, whose hierarchy of headings...[Show more]
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