ImageNow Content read and sent to IBM Watson

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The rumors are true, an evolution in “content” and what it really means, how’s made meaningful, and who’s truly leading the way to innovative solutions are being defined before your very eyes. Below is the sample IBM Watson query to analyze, and THINK about the extracted contents of a patient’s scanned chart. Specifically “Find me all of the allergies this patient might have that we DO NOT know about yet.” This is a fundamental oversight in health care and an incredible risk to patients and providers that continues to plague the pursuit of quality care today.

And it’s ALL about to change…

 

IBM Watson Question generated from ImageNow Content XML

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>

<question xmlns=”http://www.ibm.com/xmlns/deepqa/question“>

<questionText>What is Patient ID E3424102 allergic to</questionText>

<lat>Allergy</lat>

<category>Patient</category>

<context>Scanned Record</context>

<formattedAnswer>true</formattedAnswer>

<items>10</items>

<evidenceRequest items=”10″ profile=”Yes”/>

<passthru></passthru>

</question>
IBM Watson Question generated from ImageNow Content JSON

{

“question”: {

“category”: “Patient”,

“context”: “Scanned Record”,

“evidenceRequest”: {

“items”: “10”,

“profile”: “Yes”
},

“formattedAnswer”: “true”,

“items”: “10”,

“lat”: “Allergy”,

“questionText”: “What is Patient ID E3424102 allergic to”

“passthru”:

}

}

IT IS ALIVE!!!!

IBM Watson ImageNow Content Response JSON

{

“question”: {

“category”: “Patient”,

“evidenceRequest”: {

“items”: 10,

“profile”: “Yes”

},

“id”: E3424102,

“lat”: “Allergy”,

“links”: {

//feedback URL below contains a list of “allergies” from the scanned document repo and “DOC_ID’s” for viewing evidence

“feedback”: “http:\/\/myhost.example.com:8080\/deepqa\/v1\/question\/1421217\/feedback”,

“self”: “http:\/\/myhost.example.com:8080\/deepqa\/v1\/question\/1421217”

},

“questionText”: “What is Patient ID E3424102 allergic to”,

“status”: “Accepted”

}

}

IBM Watson ImageNow Content Response XML

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”yes”?>

<question id=”1421218″ xmlns=”http://www.ibm.com/xmlns/deepqa/question” xmlns:qa=”http://www.ibm.com/xmlns/deepqa/question“>

<category>Patient</category>

<evidenceRequest profile=”Yes” items=”10″/>

<lat>Allergy</lat>

<questionText>What is Patient ID E3424102 allergic to</questionText>

<status>Accepted</status>

<!–feedback URL below contains a list of “allergies” from the scanned document repo and “DOC_ID’s” for viewing evidence –>

<link href=”http://myhost.example.com:8080/deepqa/v1/question/1421218/feedback” rel=”feedback”/>

<link href=”http://myhost.example.com:8080/deepqa/v1/question/1421218” rel=”self”/>

</question>

 

 

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