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Video: New Tool Aids Determination of Colonoscopy Surveillance Intervals

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With an increased emphasis on improving quality and decreasing costs, new tools are needed to improve adherence to evidence-based practices and guidelines in endoscopy.

In a video abstract, Timothy D. Imler describes an automated system that uses natural language processing (NLP) and clinical decision support to facilitate determination of colonoscopy surveillance intervals.

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In the video, Imler explains why NLP with clinical decision support is a promising new technology for tracking compliance with endoscopy surveillance intervals.

The full article by Imler et al. can be found in the July issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

 

 

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