In our recent roundtable, Health Story Project explored the value of the clinical narrative in the exchange and use of health information. This roundtable builds on that conversation and demonstrates how natural language processing (NLP) technology can enhance the value of narrative information in several critical use cases. NLP uses computers to process and analyze natural language to identify missing and/or actionable data within the narrative or to encode discrete concepts. It can be applied to clinical documentation in real time or leveraged downstream to analyze the patient’s record. Panelists will explain how NLP is being used today to identify documentation deficiencies, streamline clinical and administrative coding, and improve quality measure reporting.
Lynn Kosegi, Strategic Outcomes Executive, M*Modal
Victor Lee, MD, Vice President, Clinical Informatics, Clinical Architecture
Mark Morsch, VP of Technology, NLP Innovation, Optum360
Participation in this event has been pre-approved for 1 hour of credit on your CAHIMS/CPHIMS application for recertification. All hours must be self-reported in your HIMSS online record.