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NIH Clinical Center
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Towards consumer-friendly PHRs: patients’ experience with reviewing their health records
A Keselman, L Slaughter, C Arnott-Smith, H Kim, G Divita, A Browne, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2007, 399, 2007
1252007
Term identification methods for consumer health vocabulary development
QT Zeng, T Tse, G Divita, A Keselman, J Crowell, AC Browne, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 9 (1), e4, 2007
1112007
Identifying consumer-friendly display (CFD) names for health concepts
QT Zeng, T Tse, J Crowell, G Divita, L Roth, AC Browne
AMIA annual symposium proceedings 2005, 859, 2005
982005
Consumer health concepts that do not map to the UMLS: where do they fit?
A Keselman, CA Smith, G Divita, H Kim, AC Browne, G Leroy, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 15 (4), 496-505, 2008
872008
Analysis of biomedical text for chemical names: a comparison of three methods.
WJ Wilbur, GF Hazard Jr, G Divita, JG Mork, AR Aronson, AC Browne
Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium, 176, 1999
841999
Umls language and vocabulary tools: Amia 2003 open source expo
AC Browne, G Divita, AR Aronson, AT McCray
AMIA annual symposium proceedings 2003, 798, 2003
802003
Failure analysis of MetaMap transfer (MMTx)
G Divita, T Tse, L Roth
MEDINFO 2004, 763-767, 2004
652004
Using natural language processing on the free text of clinical documents to screen for evidence of homelessness among US veterans
AV Gundlapalli, ME Carter, M Palmer, T Ginter, A Redd, S Pickard, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2013, 537, 2013
612013
Sophia: a expedient UMLS concept extraction annotator
G Divita, QT Zeng, AV Gundlapalli, S Duvall, J Nebeker, MH Samore
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2014, 467, 2014
552014
Evaluating lexical variant generation to improve information retrieval.
G Divita, AC Browne, TC Rindflesch
Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium, 775, 1998
371998
Detecting the presence of an indwelling urinary catheter and urinary symptoms in hospitalized patients using natural language processing
AV Gundlapalli, G Divita, A Redd, ME Carter, D Ko, M Rubin, M Samore, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 71, S39-S45, 2017
352017
Validating a strategy for psychosocial phenotyping using a large corpus of clinical text
AV Gundlapalli, A Redd, M Carter, G Divita, S Shen, M Palmer, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 20 (e2), e355-e364, 2013
342013
Characterizing clinical text and sublanguage: A case study of the VA clinical notes
QT Zeng, D Redd, G Divita, S Jarad, C Brandt, JR Nebeker
J Health Med Informat S 3 (2), 2011
322011
Exploring lexical forms: first-generation consumer health vocabularies
QT Zeng, T Tse, G Divita, A Keselman, J Crowell, AC Browne
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2006, 1155, 2006
312006
Scaling-up NLP pipelines to process large corpora of clinical notes
G Divita, M Carter, A Redd, Q Zeng, K Gupta, B Trautner, M Samore, ...
Methods of information in medicine 54 (06), 548-552, 2015
252015
Sitting on pins and needles”: characterization of symptom descriptions in clinical notes
TB Forbush, AV Gundlapalli, MN Palmer, S Shen, BR South, G Divita, ...
AMIA Summits on Translational Science Proceedings 2013, 67, 2013
232013
A normalized lexical lookup approach to identifying UMLS concepts in free text
V Bashyam, G Divita, DB Bennett, AC Browne, RK Taira
Studies in health technology and informatics 129 (1), 545, 2007
232007
The pattern of name tokens in narrative clinical text and a comparison of five systems for redacting them
M Kayaalp, AC Browne, FM Callaghan, ZA Dodd, G Divita, S Ozturk, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (3), 423-431, 2014
222014
dTagger: a POS tagger
G Divita, AC Browne, R Loane
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2006, 200, 2006
222006
General symptom extraction from VA electronic medical notes
G Divita, G Luo, LTT Tran, TE Workman, AV Gundlapalli, MH Samore
MEDINFO 2017: Precision Healthcare through Informatics, 356-360, 2017
212017
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