Data mining techniques utilizing latent class models to evaluate emergency department revisits

Overview

The use of machine learning techniques is highly relevant to the challenging conditions of emergency departments (EDs). Study findings suggest that one prospective approach to advanced risk prediction is to leverage the longitudinal nature of health care data by exploiting patients’ between state variation. To read the full article, "Data mining techniques utilizing latent class models to evaluate emergency department revisits" click here.

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