Machine-Learning Algorithms to Code Public Health Spending Accounts (Related Publication)


An article published in Public Health Reports entitled, "Machine-Learning Algorithms to Code Public Health Spending Accounts," compares performances of machine-learning algorithms to determine if machines provide a faster, cheaper alternative to manual classification of public health expenditures. Analysis indicates that machine-learning algorithms can be a time and cost-savings tool. To read the article in full, click here

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Journal Article
Public Health Reports
Brady ES, Leider JP, Resnick BA, Alfonso YN, Bishai D