Signaling potential adverse drug reactions from administrative health databases
The work is motivated by real-world applications of detecting Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) from administrative health databases. ADRs are a leading cause of hospitalization and death worldwide. Almost all current postmarket ADR signaling techniques are based on spontaneous ADR case reports, which suffer from serious underreporting and latency. However, administrative health data are widely and routinely collected. They, especially linked together, would contain evidence of all ADRs. To signal...[Show more]
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