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- Adam B Wilcox, Intermountain Healthcare
- Paul Taylor, University College London
- Giulia Mangiameli, BioMed Central
A hybrid algorithm for automated medication reconciliation is able to detect medication discrepancy between free-text clinical notes and discharge prescription lists, reaching significantly better results that previous attempts in the field.
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