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(HealthNewsDigest.com) - As we approach revolutionary changes for healthcare policy in the U.S., the industry itself is undergoing complex and confusing changes, many of which involve information systems. The use of IT in medicine has grown in the same way it is growing within the larger cultural landscape: technology is everywhere and though we are not sure what tools may come next, we do know that it is a mainstay. Information systems in health care practices have not just penetrated the exotic sciences of biotechnology and nanotechnology. The use of database management systems, network-based infrastructures, and the ...
Today, I’d like to take you into another corner of legal informatics: rule-based legal information systems. I’ll tell you what they are, what their strengths and limitations are, and how they’re made. I’ll also explain why I’m optimistic about their potential to expand public access to law and to improve the way legal expertise is deployed and consumed. First, what are they? A rule-based expert system represents knowledge of a particular domain — such as medicine, finance, or law — in the form of “if-then” rules. Here’s an example ... Read More
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