TITLE

Design and Implementation of School Hospital Information Analysis and Mining System

AUTHOR(S)
Wang xuesong; Guo Qiang; Li Shanshan; Cao Rongfei
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 513-517, p498
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Hospital information analysis is a very important way to enhance the medical service. In this paper, the hospital information analysis system of university is implemented for revealing hidden information. First, the processing model of medical information is studied. Then, the multi-layer architecture and framework are proposed and designed based on the thought of hospital information management system. Third, data statistic and data mining technologies are employed to manipulate the data, which includes Apriori algorithm, time series analysis and so on. Finally, experiments are finished to show that the medical information has intrinsic knowledge and data mining methods can reveal some of it.
ACCESSION #
94857939

 

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