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This lecture was presented in the second annual critical Data Hackathon at MIT Boston on Saturday September 6, 2014, Benjamin P. Geisler, M.D., M.P.H. He spoke on Decision-analytic Modeling for Clinical and Economic Projections. You can view the slides here.
Thirteen awesome teams competed this year. Below is there presentations and the final results. Congratulations to the winning teams. Critical Care Data Marathon Final Results from John Ellenberger on Vimeo.
By: Ned McCague Data Scientist at Kyruus The MIMIC Database is quite literally one of the best databases in the world. Within it, you can find hundreds of tables and thousands of fields that pertain to specific inpatient stays within an Intensive Care Unit (ICU). With over 40,000 ICU stays, this provides an unbelievable amount […]
Mengling ‘Mornin’ Feng, Ph.D. Senior Post-doctoral Fellow Lab of Computational Physiology Harvard-MIT Joint Health, Science and Technology Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)