Artificial Intelligence for Decision Support: Needs, Possibilities, and Limitations in ICU

  • S. Miksch


The complexity of medical knowledge has been steadily increasing, the cost of health care services has surged over the years, and growing demands exist for assessing and improving the quality of health care services.


Decision Support Hospital Information System Data Abstraction Therapy Planning Fuzzy Classifier 
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